Seton to engineer Gomersall Super2 rookie

Dunlop Series
17 Jan
Gomersall Motorsport will return to Super2 in 2024, with a Toyota 86 graduate to be engineered by Aaron Seton
2 mins by James Pavey
  • Gomersall Motorsport returns to Dunlop Series in 2024

  • Team to field Toyota 86 graduate Reuben Goodall

  • Rookie Goodall will be engineered by Aaron Seton

Gomersall Motorsport will return to the Dunlop Series in 2024, with Toyota 86 graduate Reuben Goodall to be engineered by Aaron Seton.

The Gomersall team, owned by Jason Gomersall, made its Super2 debut with Seton as driver in 2023.

Seton, son of two-time Australian Touring Car Champion Glenn, has stepped back from the Dunlop Series as a driver.

However, he returns in 2024 with Gomersall Motorsport, this time behind the headphones for rookie Goodall.


Goodall is the latest Toyota 86 driver to make the leap to Supercars machinery, and also scored pole position on his V8 SuperUtes debut in Adelaide.

He will be led by Seton, who scored a maiden pole position and top three race finish at last July's NTI Townsville 500 en route to seventh in the standings.

"Excited to announce this year I will be making the jump up to the Dunlop Series with Gomersall Motorsport," Goodall said on social media.

"Cannot thank Jason and the team enough for this opportunity. Keen to get stuck into it at the up and coming test day in February learning the car and getting to know the team.

"Also a thank you to my family and supporters for helping make this next step happen! Round 1 at Bathurst, February 23-25, cannot come quick enough."

Goodall will test in his ex-Triple Eight Commodore in early February, with the 2024 Dunlop Series getting underway at the Thrifty Bathurst 500 on February 23-25.

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