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.
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