What are the most important things we should know about you?

I wanted to be a truck driver as a child, I grew up and became a security guard driver for nearly 10 years. I would like to share my experiences and knowledge with our visitors at drivingcamp – where I have been working for more than 2 years now.


How does your average day look like?

I usually drive my motorbike to drivingcamp, it’s always a great pleasure to get it out from my garage. Every training is another challenge for me. After work, I spend the evening with my family,  tell my daily stories to my sons, as they are also very interested in cars and driving.


What is your hobby?

I follow motor sports, I love to go hiking and long bike rides with my family.


What was the hardest, the most challenging day for you at driving camp and why?

When a company group arrived second time to a training, half of the group was no longer interested or motivated about the program. It seemed they were pretty bored, they said, they know everything about driving, so no use of the training! At the end of the day, their opinion changed completely. They experienced and learned the essential of drivingcamp’s philosophy: how important is to practice unexpected or extreme situations occasionally under safe circumstances, because these situations may always occur and you can only be prepared with conscious driving and practising. At the end of the day the whole group thanked for my patience and persistence work.


What was your funniest moment at work?

When one of the clients asked me: „ Shall I drive?” He thought he will be just a spectator!


If you could meet any famous people, who would it be?

Lewis Hamilton


What is your advice for the drivers?

Defensive and conscious driving!