Jack Hart has been racing since he was seven-years-old. He quickly won a Polini 910 in a minibike competition and ran it in the 2012 Scottish Minimoto Championship. After numerous podiums and a couple of years learning the ropes, Hart moved on to British Mini Bike (BMB) Championship.
He was quickly running at the front and fought for the championship throughout the season, narrowly missing out at the final round. In 2015 he competed in both the BMB Championship and UK Minimoto Championship and finished both in third place, taking a number of race wins.
During the 2016 season, Jack Hart became old enough to compete on an Aprilia RS125. Although he entered the smaller categories again he would miss several rounds due to clashes with events on the new Aprilia. Although he missed some minimoto events he ended 2016 second in the UK championship.
In the Aprilia class it only took him three rounds to reach the podium. A fantastic start to the championship with a third at Knockhill. He then repeated that finish in four of the five races that weekend. By the end of the year, he had got his first win on the Aprilia. Despite his inexperience on the Aprilia, the victory came in September at East Fortune.
Even though he hadn’t completed a full season Jack Hart was awarded the Niall MacKenzie Novice Rider of the Year by the Melville Motor Club.
Throughout his racing career, Jack has received advice and some coaching from none other than World Moto3 rider John McPhee. In 2017 He was on hand when Jack was racing throughout Spain in the European Talent Cup. It was a fantastic learning experience where Hart and his family were up against the best young riders in Europe.
Jack has always been determined to do well at whatever he tries. In other sports he has participated in he became Karate Scottish Club Champion, David Lloyd Tennis Club Champion and has played youth football for both St. Mirren and Greenock Morton.
In 2018 he will be riding in the Hel Performance British Motostar Championship as well as the British Talent Cup.