PAYCE has a long relationship with this rising young star in the Brad Jones Racing team, providing support in his early racing career in the open wheeler categories of the Australian Formula Ford Championship, where he was crowned ‘Rookie of the Year’ in 2012, and the Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand in 2014.
In 2015, he was the winner of the FIA Young Drivers Excellence Academy – Oceanic Division that earned him a place in workshops overseas, where he learnt a range of skills from leading instructors from the international motorsport world, including Formula One.
2015 was also his first full year participating in the Dunlop Series, where he finished 12th in the championship. He moved up the leaderboard in 2016 to finish the season in ninth spot.
2017 is the third year competing in the Dunlop Series with primary sponsorship support from PAYCE. He will compete in all Dunlop Super2 Series rounds this season in a new Holden Commodore VF and also contest two rounds of Supercars with a wildcard entry. He will also undertake co-driver duties for the BJR team in the season’s endurance races.