Is the sentence below correct?
"It was not until he bought a car that he started driving and go to work by car."
I know that the following part of the sentence is correct:
"It was not until he bought a car that he started driving."
but the "and go to work by car" part bothers me, because it sounds correct, and it flows well in my text, but the present tense mixing with past tense is a little weird.
It was not until he began lifting weights that he started growing and get big.