Eugene started his career in single-seaters and from humble beginnings went on to win many races in Formula Ford, Formula First, Formula Vauxhall-Lotus and Formula 2000. He battled wheel to wheel with several Grand Prix names to be, including Damon Hill, Johnny Herbert and Mika Hakkinen. Eugene then went on to race front-wheel drive saloons in the televised BTCC for the factory Peugeot team. In sports cars he triumphed in Sports 2000 and Pro-Sport 3000 and set the GT2 Class lap record in the Le Mans 24 hours.
Before starting his own coaching business Eugene was employed as Chief Instructor at Silverstone Racing School and travelled all over Europe as a leading instructor for Ferrari. Having worked successfully with drivers ranging from complete novices through to professional champions Eugene is the ideal coach to hone your driving skills.
Not wanting to lose touch with grass-roots racing, Eugene has more recently competed successfully in categories as diverse as Mazda MX5s, Citroen 2CVs, Radicals and Britcar. In 2008 Eugene teamed up with two of his students Neil Walker and Ray Stewart to win the VW Cup Endurance Championship.
In 2011 Eugene teamed up with Drivers Mark Burton, Graham Pattle and acts as Team coach in support of their Racing in the Funcup and Saker Championships.