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Personal History

My dad, Rick Perras has been racing motocross since he was a kid, and when I was a little kid, I would always play with motocross toys, and tell my dad how much I wanted a bike. So when I turned 5 years old, my parents surprised me for birthday with a brand new PW 50. I was so excited when i got the bike. Once I rode it, I was instantly in love, and knew this was going to be something special for me. I rode my first race a year after when I turned 6, and took off from there. Today, I follow a rigorous training program, and at the same time attend the University of Rhode Island as a Junior Marketing major. On top of all of that, I work two full time jobs to fund the racing the best I can.

Riding Goals

Win another Amateur championship and then move to the expert class

Competitive Highlights

-Moved up onto the 250f in 2009
-Won my first race May 16th 2010, along with breaking my collar bone the same day.
-July 2010- Moved up into the 125 Youth B Class
-August 2010- Moved up and became a full amateur rider.
2010 Season- Finished 4th in the Open Novice class
2011 Season- Progressed in the 125 Amateur, 125 Youth B, and Open Amateur classes with a few top 5's along the way
2012 & 2013 - Struggled with money but continued to make ends meet to make it to the races and continued to get top 5's
2014 -Won my first Amateur race, and finished 2nd in the Open B Championship at NESC
2015 - Won the 250B Championship and finished second in the Open A/B championship at the Winchester Supercross Series