Real Name: Daniel J. Page
Country of Residence: Scotland
Date of Birth: 7 November 1990
Occupation: Technical Supervisor
Daily Drive: Vauxhall Astra 1.7 CDTI SRi
Favourite Car: Maserati Alfieri or BAC Mono
Favourite Track: Impossible to pick. Suzuka or Spa.
Favourite RSR Memory: Has to be the Silverstone round, season one of the International Cup. Qualified 5th and managed to finish 3rd, taking my first podium in RSR. Pushed hard by Pete at the start who kept piling the pressure on throughout until the pitstop, I stayed out longer than most over driving the tyres to keep heat in them for as long as possible. When I did come out of the pits I had reduced the gap to the leaders to 6 seconds and managed to close up further where I was able to witness one of the closest races in the final laps between Just G and Battenberg. Still wish I was recording because it was lesson in racing I won't forget anytime soon!
Favourite RSR Admin: Had some good battles with a few of them now and able to talk with most. I genuinely couldn't pick one above the rest. They are all great characters in the grand scheme of things.
Favourite Food: Cookies
Favourite Artist: Deadmau5
Favourite Film: The 5th Element
Hobbies Outside of Racing: CAD, designing and creating stage setups/light shows for work, creating visual clips for 3D projections (still learning), movies, anime & gaming
How many languages do you speak? 1 (badly)
What is your dream holiday destination? Has to be the Maldives. Would love to do NZ properly.
Who is your personal RSR rival? Haven't raced with you all yet to choose.
If you were a fish, what kind of fish would you be? Koi - something kept as decoration with no predators in the same pond hahaha.
How did you get your username? When I first started gaming online it was the military acronym FuBaR (I'm a military brat), but people at the time struggled with the pronunciation and shortened it to FuBi. This was waaay back in 2008. When I made the switch I mis-spelled it and added the extra "i" by mistake but it's been stuck ever since. Great thing is the acronym still works... just