Nick started drifting competitively in 2017, and in his first year won the grassroots level championship.
The following season he competed in Lone Star Drift Pro/Am series, going on to finish 4th, just one spot shy of a Pro 2 license. The following season he competed in both the Lone Star Drift and East10Drift Pro/Am championships, going on to win the Lone Star Championship, and finishing 3rd in the East10 championship, earning him 2 Formula Drift Pro 2 licenses.
In 2020 he had a rough start to the season, but went on to finish 7th overall, and earning a 2nd place podium at Irwindale Speedway, and a Pro 1 license for 2021.
For 2021 Nick elected to stay in ProSpec (formerly Pro2) to develop his skills more and to work on the other aspects of the program.
For 2022 Nick is stepping into Formula Drift Pro, and continuing to pilot the KoruWorks/ Noback Racing BMW E46.