Last year’s Super3 runner-up Jayden Ojeda continues his rise in 2020 after securing a last-minute deal with MW Motorsport.
The Nissan squad are the reigning Dunlop Super2 Series champions, giving Ojeda a strong platform to push the likes of 2019 rival Broc Feeney for the $100,000 top rookie prize.
Ojeda started racing karts from age seven and by 2010 was NSW state champion.
Further state titles came in 2013 and ’14, along with the opportunity to represent Australia at the Rotax World Championships in Spain.
Ojeda stepped up to the Victorian Formula Ford Championship in 2015, taking a maiden race win, and then moved into the national series the following year, placing fourth in the points.
After another season in Australian Formula Ford, he took out the Australian F4 Championship with the AGI Sport team, winning a remarkable 14 of 21 races.
Moving into Super3 last year aboard an Anderson Motorsport Falcon FG, Ojeda won four races and fell just shy of the title.
He teams up with Thomas Randle and Zak Best in a three-pronged MWM fleet in this year’s Super2 series.