Birthdate: June 27, 1967

Birthplace: Hot Springs, MT

Hometown: Bothell, WA


Randy has had a passion for racing from a young age, beginning in the early 80s racing bicycles on the road and velodrome, and cyclocross during the winter seasons. In the 90s he began racing cars on short track ovals in a mini-stock class, earning a championship runner up finish in his first season. After learning the ropes in the lower class, he moved up to driving a touring Super Late Model stock car, and went to school learning what it takes to run a successful racing team on the competitive bullrings and Superspeedway in the Pacific Northwest.


In the early 2000s he moved to road racing, quickly establishing himself as a front runner while collecting multiple GT and Super Production championships. Randy has also proven himself to be a successful endurance racer and team player, with multiple class wins, a 5th place overall finish at the 2006 25 Hours of Thunderhill, and an overall victory at the "8 Hours of the Cascades" at Portland International Raceway.


In 2009 and 2010, as License Director and Chief Driving Instructor for the International Conference of Sports car Clubs (ICSCC), Randy was responsible for the driver training program curriculum and Novice driver development. Randy continues to be a personal driving coach and technical consultant.   


Randy joined Bullet Racing in 2007 as a team driver, responsible for research and development, race car testing and team logistics, while also filling in as crew as needed. Randy made his professional racing debut with Bullet Racing at the 2012 Rolex 24 at Daytona, where the team finished 20th in the GT class at the 50th anniversary edition of the famed event. Randy continues to this day to be an integral part of the Bullet Racing Team.