23rd

Callum Walker

Walker Racing
33
120 pts
33
Callum Walker will have the biggest learning curve of any of the rookies in this year's Dunlop Super2 Series as he makes the transition to circuit racing from Sprint Cars.

Personal

Date of birth
1998-07-12
Born
Brisbane, QLD
Height
188 cm
Nickname
Cal
Reside
Cornubia, QLD
Outside racing
Driving Semi Trucks
Outside car
Mazda BT50
Start Following
Website
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Professional

Debut race
Newcastle 2023 Super2
Engineer
Sheldon Auhl
Championship
Dunlop Super2 Series

Callum Walker returns in 2024, this time in a Holden Commodore under the Gomersall Motorsport banner.

Walker had the biggest learning curve of any of the rookies in last year's Dunlop Super2 Series as he made the transition to circuit racing from Sprint Cars.

A third generation speedway racer, Walker began racing Sprint Cars at just 16 years of age, winning feature races at his local Archerfield Speedway and emerging in recent seasons as a rising star of the sport.

However, two serious back injuries from crashes in 2018 and last Easter - breaking three lumbar vertebrae in the former and two thoracic vertebrae in the latter - prompted him to curtail his promising speedway career.

His path to Supercars may be very different to his contemporaries but it had a similar starting point. Walker grew up racing karts, where he battled against - and beat - emerging Supercars talent like Will Brown, Bryce Fullwood, Zane Goddard and Jayden Ojeda.

Walker will drive a Triple Eight-built ZB Commodore this year.