Odi has been intrigued by motorsports for as long as he can remember. Moving to the USA from Lithuania when he was 8 years old, Odi raced motocross in California, experimented with his own motorcycle suspension and then opened a motorcycle suspension company. Using his engineering and technical skills, he then started to explore various automotive hobbies including racing rally cars after college. After a friend brought him to a local drift track in 2009, Odi decided to try drifting since he found it challenging and was intrigued by the ability to express driving style. In his first season of competitive drifting in 2010, Odi earned his professional license through two ProAm series. Odi was awarded honors as the 2011 Formula DRIFT "Rookie of the Year" in his second season of competitive drifting. He finished the 2011 and 2012 seasons as a Top 16 driver and the 2013 season as a Top 10 driver in the Formula DRIFT series. Within three years of professional drifting, Odi has established himself as a strong competitor in the series and as a common name in the sport. Odi is eager to continue to grow as a successful driver in the sport and consistently rise to new challenges.