– 3 x Victorian Country Series winner
– Multiple wins in various classes
Jack Le Brocq has been signed by Matt Stone Racing to join its Holden-based Supercar program in 2022 and beyond.
Fresh from two years with the Tickford Racing team during which Jack scored his breakthrough first-ever Supercar race victory, at Sydney Motorsport Park, the 29-year-old is a key signing for the young Matt Stone Racing outfit.
Stone is the son of Jimmy Store, co-founder of Stone Bros Racing, a dominant championship-winning force in Supercar racing in the early 2000s.
Coming to Matt Stone Racing, Jack Le Brocq already has an impressive motorsport career behind him.
Originally from Melbourne and now based in Brisbane, Jack has four seasons of Supercar racing at its highest level behind him, having come to Tickford after two years with the under-resourced Tekno outfit.
Jack’s love of motorsport began with his father Geoff, who raced Karts himself with some success.
Despite the challenges of a tough first season in the Supercars main game, Jack out-scored a
record five other Rookie drivers to finish 2018 as the highest-placed Championship Rookie driver. He then won the Hard Charger Award (for the most positions gained over the season) in 2019.
Prior to that Jack had headed up Nissan’s first-ever assault on the Dunlop Super2 Series in 2017, driving for the Matt White Racing team. Jack took four wins and several pole positions across the season, to finish third in the title.
Jack’s strong 2017 season came off the back of an impressive 2016 where he was the most successful driver in the Dunlop Series, winning seven races, scoring three clean sweeps, winning the pole award, and finishing runner-up in the series for Prodrive Racing Australia (PRA).
With Prodrive, Jack also co-drove with Cam Waters to fourth in the Bathurst 1000.
Jack came to Supercars with a wealth of experience in GT racing, where he starred for Erebus Motorsport in its fearsome Mercedes Benz SLS racer at events like the Bathurst 12 Hour.
He also debuted for Erebus in the Supercar main series in 2015, contesting the Enduro Cup with Ash Walsh, while at the same time contesting the Dunlop Series aboard a Ford Falcon for Matt White Racing. He finished third in the title at his first full attempt.
Before that, Jack spent some time in Formula 3, Utes, and Kumho Touring Cars, proving his versatility, off the back of winning the prime open-wheeler junior driver development series, the Australian Formula Ford Championship in 2012.
A year earlier Jack had gone to the UK to contest the British Formula Ford Festival, the world
championship for the international category, and won his first race before mechanical problems put him out.
Jack’s potential as professional racing driver was recognised early with support from the CAMS Rising Star/AMSF program, almost as soon as he left Karting (in which he started at age 7) and began racing Formula Vees at just 16 years old the earliest he could get a Racing License.
Most significantly, Jack was selected as one of just 18 drivers around the world to be part of the
2012 FIA Young Driver Excellence Academy. He undertook workshops in Austria and won the Top Fitness Assessment among the Academy inductees.