Brodie Kostecki

2888 pts
Brodie Kostecki enjoyed a breakout campaign in 2022, which included a maiden pole in Sydney and two podiums. As Gen3 arrives in 2023, many expect Kostecki to hit new heights.


Date of birth
Perth, WA
189 cm
Perth, WA
Outside racing
Boating, squash
Outside car
Start Following


Debut race
Bathurst 2019
George Commins
Repco Supercars


Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

Brodie Kostecki enjoyed a breakout campaign in 2022, which included a maiden pole in Sydney and two podiums.

Kostecki formed an all-new driver line-up for Erebus Motorsport in 2021, joining fellow rookie Will Brown.

From racing at home in Perth, Western Australia, to international circuits such as Rockingham Speedway in North Carolina, Kostecki has wide-ranging motorsport experience for a 24-year-old.

In 2007, Kostecki won a state title and was ranked within the top 50 karters of Australia before moving to America to compete in the USAC Ford Focus Series, winning three national championships and earning 27 feature wins.

In 2012, he stepped up to the stock car ranks and secured a top 10 finish on debut.

The following year he continued racing late models, a career highlight winning at the famous Rockingham Speedway in North Carolina against NASCAR stars Ty Dillon and Bubba Wallace.

Kostecki went on to compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series – across 14 races he secured two poles, one track record and one top five finish.

He returned home in 2017 joining the Dunlop Super2 Series in an older generation FG Falcon run by Matt Stone Racing, the West Aussie finishing in front of many drivers in the pointscore in newer cars.

The 2018 season saw Kostecki combine with cousins Kurt and Jake in an ex-Red Bull Commodore at the three-car Kostecki Brothers Racing, breaking through for his first Super2 Series race and round wins.

After a strong start to 2019, Kostecki sat out the bulk of the season as KBR focused on its PIRTEK Enduro Cup wildcard entry, Brodie starring with an eighth place finish in the Sandown primary driver sprint race.

Kostecki joined Eggleston Motorsport for 2020 and won two races in Adelaide, and returned to the Enduro Cup paired with Anton De Pasquale at Erebus.