Seton to step back from Super2 after 2023

Dunlop Series
20 Nov
Third-generation racer reveals new venture with Gomersall Motorsport
2 mins by James Pavey
  • Aaron Seton opts to step back from Super2 after 2023

  • Seton is son of two-time Australian Touring Car Champion Glenn

  • 25-year-old to direct focus into Gomersall Motorsport business

The 25-year-old has opted to focus on his role in the Gomersall Motorsport business, and is becoming a partner with owner Jason Gomersall.

Seton’s Super2 journey began in 2021 with Matt Stone Racing, with Gomersall then owning a stake in the team.

This weekend’s season-ending VAILO Adelaide 500 will be Seton’s last Super2 start in the foreseeable future, with the driver excited for his new venture.

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Seton is following a similar path to Elly Morrow, who is also stepping back from Super2 to help with her family business.

"I’ve made the decision to step back from competing in the Super2 Series after this season,” said Seton, who claimed a maiden Super2 pole in Townsville in July.

"I’m proud of what I’ve been able to learn and achieve over the last three seasons as well as I’m grateful for each and every partner that has been on this journey.

"I have decided to direct my focus into stepping up in the Gomersall Motorsport business and becoming a partner with Jason Gomersall.

"We are going to create a professional motorsport experience for people to develop as drivers which is something I’m passionate about.

"I’m excited for this new venture as well as finishing off strong in Adelaide this weekend."

Seton is eighth in the Super2 standings heading to the VAILO Adelaide 500, with his season highlighted by a podium at the NTI Townsville 500 following his first pole position.

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