Born: February 9, 2008
Birthplace: Santa Rosa, CA
Racing Since: 2012
Blaine was introduced to racing as soon as he was born; he spent most weekends at the race track watching his father race. At the early age of 4 Blaine decided he was ready to start his own racing career and there it began. He has spent most every weekend from then on at a dirt track in California or elsewhere in the U.S.
Blaine started out in the beginner divisions and quickly worked into a 250cc kart with good success the first year. He was able to win a rookie of the year award along with several main event wins over the next 2 years. Blaine was really beginning to hit his stride in the 250 division and tragedy struck. He was involved in a “freak” accident at a track in central California, his right arm was nearly torn off and he would spend the next 4 weeks in intensive care at Stanford Medical Facility. After a series of intense and lengthy surgeries his arm would be reconstructed and he was release to go home and start the lengthy road of recovery. That recovery wouldn’t come easy as more surgeries would be needed and countless hours of rehab, medical attention and hard work were the makeup of the next 8 months