Virgin Australia Supercars Championship
Position
23
Points
305
Penalty 0
Average Qualifying Position 21.0
Average finishing Position 20.9

biography

Place of birth
Shepparton, VIC; February 28, 1992
Lives
Shepparton, VIC
Status
Single
Outside of Racing
Speedway, cycling
Personal Vehicle
Toyota Hilux
Follow Garry Jacobson

The 2016 Dunlop Super2 Series winner, Garry Jacobson steps up to the Supercars main game this year with Kelly Racing.

A national and state karting champion, Jacobson first showed tin-top potential in the 2009 Aussie Racing Car Series.

He then shifted his focus to open-wheelers, entering the Victorian Formula Ford Championship in 2010 before graduating to the national championship the following year.

Jacobson spent two seasons with Sonic Motor Racing, winning four races on his way to third in the standings in 2012.

His six years in Super2 started in 2013, with Sonic then Eggleston Motorsport.

In his first season with what's now Tickford Racing, Jacobson won the 2016 Super2 title, then made his PIRTEK Enduro Cup debut the following year with Jason Bright.

A switch to Nissans followed in 2018, both with MW Motorsport in Super2 and the Enduro Cup alongside Rick Kelly.

Joining Kelly Racing's four-car line-up, Jacobson gets his shot at the main game in 2019.

latest News

Kelly thought he 'had no hope' in late fight

'I’m sure they were frustrated, but for us, it was an exciting challenge'
14/04/2019

Engineer change for Jacobson Nissan

Kelly Racing recalls familiar face for Phillip Island
11/04/2019

Season Progress

Event Race Qualifying Finish Championship
Superloop Adelaide 500 ›
Race 1 › 19 19 19
Race 2 › 23 22 21
Beaurepaires Melbourne 400 ›
Race 3 › 21 21 22
Race 4 › 22 24 22
Race 5 › 20 19 22
Race 6 › 18 17 22
Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint ›
Race 7 › 24 24 23
Race 8 › 22 25 23
WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint ›
Race 9 › 20 19 23
Race 10 › 21 19 23

Vehicle detail

Nissan Altima
ENGINE: V8
Team Harvey Norman & RABBLE.club Racing

The Kelly Racing name returns to Supercars in 2019, following the end of Nissan's factory backing of the Altima program.

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