Born in Anglesey, Pryor started racing at the Glan-y-gors go-kart track an hour away from his home town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, before moving onto single-seater racing at the Trac Mȏn circuit on the Anglesey Island itself. He took part in a few invitational FFFordM races in 2010 and while he quick, he proved to be rather erratic with a number of incidents including an almighty accident at Oulton Park. Pryor described this as a “necessary wake-up call.”
Pryor was signed by Rutland Racing to compete in his first full season for the 2011 FFFordM National Championship, and after a season-long rivalry with good friend James Clark, Pryor won the championship in the final race at Brands Hatch.
A lack of funding for Pryor meant that he was unable to find a drive for the 2012 FF4M Europe series, but luckily for him, he was invited to race for Team Kikuchi in the SEA series on a race-by-race deal. His best result was 2nd place at the Sepang circuit, but Pryor found the team surroundings and the language barrier difficult. Nevertheless, he finished 5th in the championship, which allowed him to race in the upcoming FF3M championship.
For the inaugural FF3M season in 2013, Pryor signed for AndrewF1’s driver academy to race for Bellini with Mattia Alfonsi as his teammate. Contrary to his single-seater debut, Pryor was making a more consistent name for himself as he finished every single race and only once outside of the top ten.
During the fifth meeting at the circuit where he flipped his car, Pryor took his first FF3M win after holding off Cooper Lee. He finished the season 6th in the championship, tied on points with Itsuki Yoshida but behind on countback as Yoshida had two 4th places compared to Pryor’s one. Although only the top 5 were eligible for FF2M graduation, Pryor was given special dispensation by the AFIA to be allowed to race in FF2M.
Pryor was unable to find a drive for the 2014 FF2M season, but he was signed by FJR to be one their test drivers for the 2014 FF1M season. He took part in the end of season young drivers test at Interlagos where he compared the 2013 Honda engine in the morning session with the 2014 Judd engine in the afternoon. Although he was 7th quickest out of 11 drivers in both sessions, his time in the afternoon session was nearly a second quicker than in the morning, and he later described the difference between the two engines as “noticeable.”
For 2014 FF1M season, Pryor took part in five of the eight pre-season test sessions and was praised by team boss James Brickles for his speed, particularly during the second day at Barcelona when he set the 5th fastest time. He would take part in a number of practice sessions during the 2014 season.
Shortly before the start of the 2014 FF1M season, the AFIA announced a new support series as an outlet for unemployed and retired FF1M drivers, which included those unable to race in FF2M and FF3M. As Pryor wasn't able to find a drive in FF2M, he was eligible to race in the Fantasy GT3 SuperCup series alongside Gojira's 2nd test driver Roberto Merhi at Canary Racing. He qualified 8th for the first race at Melbourne and finished 9th having been comfortably quicker than his teammate.
|2010||FFFordM Northern||Mini Motors||6||0||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|2011||FFFordM National||Rutland Racing||20||7||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||1st|
|2012||FF4M SEA||Team Kikuchi||6||0||0||0||1||48||5th|
|2014||FGT3 Supercup||Canary Racing|