2022 Kwik Fit BTCCTeam: Apec Racing with Beavis Morgan - Motorbase Performance
2021 Kwik Fit BTCCTeam: Motorbase Performance/MB Motorsport accelerated by Blue Square
2020 Kwik Fit BTCCTeam: Motorbase Performance
2019 Kwik Fit BTCCTeam: Motorbase Performance
2018 Dunlop BTCCTeam: AmD with Cobra Exhausts
2017 Dunlop BTCCTeam: AmD with Cobra Exhausts
2016 Dunlop BTCCTeam: AmD with Cobra Exhausts
2016 24H SeriesTeam: Century Motorsport
2016 Challenge Endurance PFV V de VTeam: Race Performance
2015 24H DubaiTeam: Speedworks Motorsport 1
2015 24H SeriesTeam: Speedworks Motorsport
2015 Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup - ProTeam: 2015 Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup - Pro
2014 Dunlop BTCCTeam: STP Racing with Sopp & Sopp
2013 Dunlop BTCCTeam: Speedworks Motorsport
2012 Dunlop BTCCTeam: AmD Tuning.com
2011 British GT Championship - GT4Team: CM Consolidated
2011 Dunlop BTCCTeam: 888 Racing with Collins Contractors
2010 Porsche Carrera Cup GBTeam: Motorbase Performance
2009 Porsche Carrera Cup GBTeam: Motorbase Performance
2008 Porsche Carrera Cup GBTeam: Motorbase Performance
Ollie originates from Reigate, Surrey and was educated at Epsom College. He then obtained a BSc in Computer Information Systems from the University of Bath and an MSc in Automotive Product Engineering from Cranfield University. Ollie then worked at Lotus Engineering as a Ride and Handling Engineer. He is currently Chief Engineer for Controlled Braking Technology at Alcon Components, a world leading company in braking technology.
Ollie started his racing career driving in the Caterham Academy. He progressed through the classes of Caterham racing in 2005- 2008 taking multiple wins and podiums. In 2009 Ollie moved up to the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain racing for Motorbase Performance. He stayed with the team for 2010, winning 11 of the 20 races as winner of the pro-am1 category and claiming pro-am1 championship. At the end of 2010, Ollie had an unrivalled record in the Carrera Cup Great Britain having scored points in all 40 races he competed in. After an extremely successful Porsche campaign, Ollie turned his attention to the British GT Championship in 2011 where he was announced as a driver for the new works-backed Lotus team which would compete in the GT4 category. A season that culminated with a class win at Spa-Francorchamps in the GT4 category.
Ollie’s aim was always to drive in the British Touring Car Championship and it was in September 2011 that this aim became a reality with Triple Eight Engineering and the opportunity to pilot their Vauxhall Vectra for the remaining two rounds of the 2011 season. Ollie is now a regular contender on the British Touring Car grid and has numerous top ten finishes and pole position starts to his name. He has evolved as a driver throughout his career and at Brands Hatch in 2018 took his maiden podium, making the most of challenging conditions in what some have described as one of the best BTCC races of all time.
After a successful test with the David Bartrum led team at the end of the 2018 season, Ollie returned to Motorbase Performance for the 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 seasons, the team with which he achieved much success previously in the Porsche Carrera Cup which saw him win the Pro Am Championship. He has since visited the BTCC podium on a number of occasions and posted two wins in the series. Motorbase Performance were also crowned BTCC Teams Champions in 2022.