Accomplished V8 Utes and karting star Adam Marjoram switches to Image Racing for his third Dunlop Super2 Series campaign in 2018.
Marjoram – who was born and bred in Perth – entered Super2 with Matt Stone Racing in 2016, off the back of a fourth-place finish in V8 Utes in ’15.
His career started at the age of seven in karts, and in nine years included three state championships, eight WA titles and a host of other series and individual wins.
Stints in Saloon Cars and the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge followed, before entering V8 Utes in 2013.
An outstanding V8 Utes rookie season caught the attention of Erebus Motorsport owner Betty Klimenko, who added Marjoram to the team’s Erebus Academy.
After spending his Super2 rookie season in an older-spec Stone Brothers Racing-built Falcon, taking 13th in the points, Marjoram stepped up to a Car of the Future Commodore last year.
He wound up 18th in the points in the ex-Shane van Gisbergen Tekno VF, recording his best race result of sixth at Townsville.
This year, he joins Terry Wyhoon’s Image Racing and is reunited with Erebus through a deal to race the Commodore driven by David Reynolds and then Dale Wood in the last two Virgin Australia Supercars Championship seasons.