It is a homecoming of sorts for Jack Le Brocq in 2024 as he returns to the ranks at Erebus, the team which provided him with his opportunity to first grace the Supercars grid in 2015 alongside Ash Walsh at the Sandown 500.
Le Brocq’s path to Supercars started in karting and Formula Vee, winning the Australian Formula Ford Championship in 2012 with none other than Barry Ryan as engineer.
A member of the FIA Institute’s Young Driver Academy that year, Le Brocq caught the attention of Betty Klimenko and joined the Erebus Academy in 2013.
Back to back Super2 Series seasons from 2014 saw him a series runner up in 2016 , alongside Enduro Cup opportunities then coming at Tickford and Kelly Racing, before he took rookie of the year honours in 2018 after landing a main game seat at Tekno.
2020 brought with it a maiden win in Sydney and a podium at Tailem Bend for Tickford, before a move to MSR for 2022. The Gen3 era saw Le Brocq become a regular top 10 contender and he brought MSR their first Supercars victory with a drive from pole to the top step in the Top End.
Now as JLB returns to the team where it all started he knows what it takes to win. And lining up alongside both the Drivers Championship winner and as part of the Championship winning team, he’ll be looking to continue that trajectory in 2024.