Jayden Ojeda is a young Australian racing driver who is looking to build upon his extensive success in elite level Karting and Open Wheel racing (Formula Ford and Formula 4) to continue his development in Supercar racing.

Jayden started racing karts at the age of 7. He has never looked back!

Jayden’s first major championship win came in karting in 2010 winning the NSW State Championship. He then went on to win 2 more State Championships in 2013 and another 2 in 2014.

At 15 Jayden achieved the ultimate success in Australia’s premier Karting series, crowned Australian Champion in CIK in 2014 taking the overall victory in the Rotax Pro Tour (Junior Max) and the CIK Stars of Karting Championship (KF3).

Jayden went on to represent Australia at the 2014 Rotax Max World Championships Grand Finals in Spain.

In 2014 Jayden was recognised as the Number 1 Junior Driver in Australia by AutoAction magazine, and was identified by CAMS as an up and coming driver. He was part of the CAMS Elite Driver Program in 2014, 2015, and again in 2016.

In 2015 Jayden traded the kart for a Borland Racing prepared Formula Ford Spectrum. Competing in the Victorian State Formula Ford Championship, where he had his first race win and several pole positions and podium finishes.

2016 saw Jayden step up to compete in the National Formula Ford Series where he had several pole positions and race wins, and finished the championship in 4th position. Jayden competed again in the National Formula Ford Series in 2017, with several race wins, coming home on the podium for an overall 3rd in the National Championship.

Jayden completed his Formula Ford journey with over 20 podiums to his name over the last few seasons, along with a number of wins, pole positions and fastest laps. He still holds the Formula Ford lap record at Winton Raceway.

Jayden remains focussed on a career in motor racing and progressing into the Australian Supercars Championship.

Jayden is also currently studying a double degree in Business and Communications at Western Sydney University.

Josh Fife the 20-year-old Canberran joins MW Motorsport for his second season in the Dunlop Super 2 series.
Josh started go-karting at the age of 10 and by 13 had cemented himself as a star of the future at the Rotax Pro Tour and the Australian Kart Championships. By 14, Josh had achieved multiple national podiums and competed in his first international race – the ROK World Finals.
 Josh was the youngest ever to compete in the KZ category at 15 and claimed a podium in his first year. This put the Fife name into the record books, alongside the Pole Position award he took out at the event.

In his first year as a senior, Josh competed in the Rotax series as well as the Australian Karting Championship. Josh finished 2nd in Australia in the Rotax Light class, and claimed a round win in New Zealand. These results gave Josh a ticket to represent Australia at the Rotax World Finals in Italy.

Josh continued his karting in Australia and at 17 went on to become the Australian KZ2 Karting Champion and the Rotax Pro Tour Australian DD2 Champion. At the time, he was the youngest ever to achieve both these renowned titles in the same year. His performance earned him the 2017 AKC Drivers Driver award.

Joshua headed back to Europe to represent Australia again at the Rotax World Finals in DD2. He also competed in Las Vegas at the SKUSA Karting event, and finished on the podium in 5th in the highly regarded S1 class.

Josh became a full time Energy Corse Team Driver in Italy, which showed Josh everything karting had to offer. This experience gave Josh the chance to race the best in the world, where he finished 8th in the World Series Champions Cup. At 18 years of age, Josh decided to return to Australia to pursue his dream of racing Supercars.

In 2019 Josh raced Super3 after setting impressive lap times in testing. Josh finished 6th overall at his debut event at Phillip Island, a podium at Queensland Raceway and then the final round at Sandown was where everything gelled for Josh. It was his last chance to really impress, and impress he did. Josh claimed a 2nd, 1st and 1st for the weekend to secure his first 2 race wins and round win.

Josh was the highest place “rookie” and made the step up to the Super2 championship in 2020. Josh competed in the COVID-affected Super2 series across 3 rounds, with a best result of 7th at the finale at the Bathurst 1000.