Race car driver who has competed on the Formula Drift Pro Championship series since 2007. He finished 4th in points during 2011 and 2012 World Drift Series Championship series, and has operated his own eponymous brand of automotive service and part-building.
He originally set out to study visual art and car design. He later dropped out to become more involved in the mechanical side of cars.
He finished in the top 10 at the Long Beach Grand Prix 2017. He has earned more than 40,000 followers to his racing-centric kylemohanracing Instagram account.
His father worked as a mechanic, which introduced him to the automotive industry.
He and Fredric Aasbo have both competed in the Formula Drift Pro Championship series.