90 Seconds with F4 driver, Alex Jones
What would you be if not a racing driver?
Do you have any pre-race superstitions?
Praying to God
What is your favourite racing circuit?
Donington Park, full circuit - although I don't go well round it
Who do you admire the most?
Which other series would you like to race in?
What road car do you drive?
Most memorable racing moment?
Coming from the back of the field to 12th at Croft in 2016
Do you have any tattoo's, if so what and where (be honest!)?
Alex Jones is a British racing driver from Radlett, England, currently competing in his fourth year of the 750 Motor Club Formula Vee Championship.
Being affected with Semantic Pragmatic Disorder (SPD) has not diminished Alex's passion and determination to pursue his dreams and become a racing driver. In his journey, he hopes to inspire others and demonstrate how obstacles can be overcome.
Alex realised his lifetime goal when he was 8 years old, after attending his local indoor karting track at Letchworth, Hertfordshire, and he would religiously watch Formula One with his family on Sunday afternoons to support his childhood hero, David Coulthard