When Alec began racing go-karts at the young age of five, it was clear that he was a natural driver.
In 2008, he won the Rotax North American National Points Championship. He drove for Team USA in the 2009 Rotax World Finals held in Sharm El Sheik, Egypt. And in 2010 he became a Rock Island Double Champion winning the Rotax Jr. and Tag Jr. classes.
That same year, Alec began competing regionally in the NASA Spec Miata class and attended the 2010 Skip Barber Karting Shootout. In 2011, Alec entered the professional racing scene at age 15 as the youngest licensed race driver in the history of Pirelli World Challenge Series. He competed in eight PWC races, contesting the highly-competitive GTS class where he captured the pole for Round 8 at Mid Ohio Sports Car Course.
For the 2012 season, Alec took his first GTS podium with a 3rd Place finish at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Mosport). The following year, Alec ascended to the podium again in the Pirelli World Challenge taking 3rd at the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix.
In 2013, he had 7 top fives and finished 6th overall in the Drivers' Championship. Alec also became the NASA American Iron National Champion.
The 2014 Pirelli World Challenge season was very competitive. Yet, even with increased car counts, Alec managed two podium finishes, and 8 top-five finishes. In addition to World Challenge, Alec tested in the RISI 458 Italia at Circuit of The Americas.
Alec started the 2015 Pirelli World Challenge season off strong, with a triumphant return to Circuit of The Americas, bringing home a pair of 3rd place finishes in the season opener doubleheader in Alec’s debut in the GT Cup class. By season's end, Alec had won three races, finished on the podium thirteen times, and finished fourth in the championship, despite missing a few races.
In 2016 Alec competed in the Euroworld Motorsports Porsche GT3 Cup car with GMG Racing in Pirelli World Challenge, never finished off the podium, won the championship, through 11 race wins, 7 pole positions, and 9 fastest laps. In addition to the Pirelli World Challenge Series, Alec raced in the Porsche Supercup race at COTA where he finished 6th place.
In 2017 Alec again returned to Pirelli World Challenge competition with GMG. This year he competed in the GT class in the Euroworld Motorsports Porsche GT3R in Sprint and the Calvert Dynamics Porsche GT3R with Preston Calvert in Sprint X. After starting off in the GT-A class with two wins at St. Petersburg, Alec was bumped to the GT class where he gained an overall podium at Mid Ohio. In addition to driving, Alec has been pursuing a Mechanical Engineering degree from Clemson University which he was drawn to from his lifelong experience in motorsports.
In 2018 Alec drove the Loci Porsche GT3R again supported by GMG to 2 top 5 finishes in only 4 races in a partial season including a Podium finish at VIR. In December of 2018 he completed his Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University and is actively pursuing new coaching and racing opportunities for 2019.