Jamie made his speedway debut at the age of 15 for
Rye House. The following year 2004, he rode for Oxford's
Confererence League Team and went on to win the Championship with them.
He suffered quite a few injuries early in his career including a broken
femur and a broken shoulder socket.
He continued riding for a number of tracks including Redcar, Isle of
Wight and Workington. In 2010 he joined Glasgow, his uncle Sean
was team manager, he had around 20 meetings for an average of 2.69. The
Tigers replaced him in July. He was also an asset of Kings Lynn in their
Young Stars team in the National League although he was declared in
their squad he was replaced in late April. He returned to Kings Lynn in
August in the Premier League side but lost his place at the end of
August when Adam Lowe was promoted from the National League side.
In 2011 Leicester promoter David Hemsley bought Jamie's contract to
bring him to the Beaumont Park Arena on a full transfer. It made big
news at the time because his father Mark was a previous Leicester rider
scoring almost 1,000 points for the club when they were at Blackbird
Jamie found the going tough though and was soon replaced by Charles
Dudley took Jamie on to replace Adam Roynon on 14th August. In his first
three home matches with the Heathens he scored 9,5 and 10 points, he was
to have another four meetings with Dudley his last meeting on 20th
September 2011 against the Birmingham 'Bulls'