He sports one of the most distinctive hairstyles in pitlane and is renowned for being a friendly, knockabout personality away from the circuit.
But behind the wheel, Mick 'The Mullet' Sieders is a tough racer who has already demonstrated genuine ability behind the wheel.
While he hails from a family with vast motorsport experience, Sieders only made his debut in 2017, when he contested the V8 Utes Series.
The cousin of V8 Utes champ David didn’t take long to adapt to life behind the wheel of a racecar, finishing fourth in the standings with a few top-three race finishes.
Sieders stepped across to the SuperUtes in 2018 and while he grabbed headlines with his spectacular barrel-roll at Queensland Raceway, he was on the podium in the next round at Sandown.
For 2019, Sieders has switched from Mitsubishi to Toyota with Western Sydney Motorsport.