Dale has had a long and rewarding career in Australian motorsport, commencing in 2004 when he raced in the Victorian, NSW and national Formula Ford championships.
2007 saw him move from open wheelers into V8 touring cars and for the next two years he competed in the Fujitsu Development Series in a Holden Commodore VZ.
In late 2008, he graduated to V8 Supercars and drove for several different teams before re-joining Greg Murphy Racing in 2012 to race in the Dunlop Development Series, earning a podium finish in his first-ever race at the Mount Panorama circuit.
More success came in 2013 when he won the Dunlop Development Series that year, which paved the way for a drive the following year in the premier Supercars series. In 2014, driving for Brad Jones Racing, he made it into the Top Ten Shootout at Bathurst.
Dale continued in Supercars with a number of teams, including Nissan Motorsport, over the next couple of years until the end of 2017. A highlight of last year in Supercars was to finish the Bathurst 1000 in 4th place co-driving with Chris Pither, after they started 21st on the grid.
For 2018, Dale will be behind the wheel of a new generation 911 Porsche GT3, competing in the Porsche Wilson Racing Carrera Cup. Given his wealth of experience in Supercars he will likely be a strong contender for the 2018 championship title in the Carrera Cup.
third in the championship. He will once again be at the wheel of the 911 Porsche GT3 Cup (type 991) sporting a fresh red and white PAYCE livery.