He has worked with Bentley, Jaguar Land Rover, Ford, numerous racing organisations and many private clients, on areas as diverse as engine development, electronics and whole vehicle prototype construction. He holds a B.Eng(Hons) degree in Computer Systems Engineering, a Diploma in Engineering and is a Member of the Institute of the Motor Industry (MIMI), Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET), Chartered member of the Engineering Council (C.Eng.) and a Member of the Guild of Motoring Writers (MGoMW).
He is a television presenter on shows including Supercar Megabuild and Top Dog Cars, completing crazy automotive engineering challenges each week and has written four books, including the go-to guides on converting and preparing Land Rover and Range Rover products for serious off-road work.
Ralph is also highly active in using his logistical and engineering qualifications in the charity sector, playing a lead role in developing Coventry MotoFest (turning the ring road into a race track) in to one of the UK’s premier automotive events, part of the small team running the Kimbolton Fair classic car show each year and, most recently, in creating a training centre and teaching wounded service veterans engineering skills to diploma level for the charity Mission Motorsport. He was also the technical lead on the worlds fastest lawnmower, a charity project to raise awareness and funds for heart disease charities, and has a Guinness World Records certificate.