At the age of 6, Tommy started to compete in motorcycle races, and still at the early age progressed through to high level schoolboy motocross, until unfortunately at the age of 14 had a near fatal motorcycle accident which caused him to retire from the sport. Still having the ambition to race and bug for motorcycles, Tommy soon returned, making he’s first debut in the british championship in 2001,competing in the new Junior Superstock series. This was to be his first stepping stone into the world of Superbike racing. Since then he has become the youngest rider to win a superbike race, youngest rider ever to qualify in pole position at World Superbike, and has now won numerous British Superbike events. In 2011 Tommy was crowned the British Superbike Champion, and raced to victory in one of the most talked about races in motorcycle history.
|Series||Years Active||Races||Poles||Podiums||Wins||2nd place||3rd place||Fast Laps||Titles|
|British Superbike Championship||2004–05, 2009–||181||20||51||19||22||10||11||1|
|Superbike World Championship||2006, 2009||16||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|World Supersport Championship||2007–08||5||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|