Having begun racing at just three years old, Brodie Kostecki always had his sights set on a career as a professional race car driver.
Beginning with go-karts, Kostecki won a state title and was ranked within the top 50 karters in the country at just 10 years old.
Showing plenty of promise and potential, Kostecki made the move to America in 2011 to compete in the USAC Ford Focus Series where he won three national championships and achieved 27 victories.
Following that success, Kostecki continued his racing career in America and joined the NASCAR K&N Pro Series during his late teens.
This series saw him racing against, and beating, experienced NASCAR drivers including the likes of Ty Dillon and Bubba Wallace.
Before joining the Supercars main game in 2021, Kostecki drove in the Super 2 category, originally for Kostecki Brothers Racing before signing with Eggleston Motorsport in 2020.
Having undertaken an attention-grabbing drive with Erebus as a Bathurst co-driver in 2020, it was clear that he was ready to debut in the 2021 Supercars Championship.
Throughout his career, Kostecki has also been dominant within the iRacing world and has secured a number of titles including the 2021 and 2022 Supercars All Stars Eseries crowns.
Debuting in the main-game as a full-time driver in 2021, Kostecki finished the year 9th in the Championship after securing three podium finishes, including a third place finish at the Bathurst 1000.
After finishing last year’s Championship in 7th, Kostecki headed in 2023 with high expectations and was looking to secure his first win in the category. By Race 4, he had claimed his maiden victory and has featured on 8 of the 9 podiums so far.