Driver Profiles

Our Drivers Dunlop Series

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#54 Nathan Morcom

#54 Nathan Morcom

The 24 year old NSW driver is our newest recruit and with worldwide racing experience under his belt, we are expecting plenty of speed from the current Australian GT and World Time Attack Champion

Nathan Morcom joins Championship winning team Eggleston Motorsport in 2017 for his rookie season in the Supercars Dunlop Series. Morcoms racing experience extends well beyond Australian shores in GT racing internationally. He has driven nearly ever type of car and series back home in Australia with much success and we welcome the champion recruit into the EMS family.

Nathans Racing Success:

Multi State Title Champion & National Champion Go Karts (05-08)
CAMS Rising Star (2009)
Multi Class & outright wins in Australia Prod. Car Championship
F2000 Championship (International) 1st place on debut/6th in the championship  (2011)
Bathurst Formula Ford Event 1st place (2013)
Australian Formula 3 Bathurst round - Pole position with qualifying lap record (at the time) 2:03.2396 (2013)
ADAC GT Masters Championship (2014)
Outright winner Bathurst 6 Hour Event (2016)
World Time Attack Champion (outright 2016)
Overall winner in the Australian GT Endurance Championship 2016
3rd Overall in the Australian GT Sprint Championship 2016

2017 Round Results:

Round 1 Clipsal 500 = 11th overall

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#38 Will Brown

#38 Will Brown

This 18 year old young gun is one of the most talked about young talents in Australia and we are expecting big things from the two time National Champion in season 2017!

Will Brown joins Championship winning team Eggleston Motorsport in 2017 for his rookie season in the Supercars Dunlop Series. Given his tender age, Will hasn't been racing cars for very long but his impressive track record speaks for itself, becoming one of only five drivers in Australia to win two national titles in the same year (2016 Formula 4 and Toyota 86 champion). Will also narrowly missed claiming a third title as the runner up in the National Formula Ford title after missing the first round. Will Brown is a name to watch in 2017!

Wills Racing Success:

2016 Australian Formula 4 Champion

2016 Australian Toyota 86 Champion

2016 Australian Formula Ford Runner up

2015 Formula 4 Rookie of the Year

2015 3rd Place Australian Formula 4 Championship


2017 Round Results

Round 1 Clipsal 500 = 6th overall

Our Drivers Dunlop Series

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#88 Paul Dumbrell

#88 Paul Dumbrell

This experienced campaigner and current Red Bull Racing co-driver will shake up the Dunlop Series and aim for the top prize

At only 34 years of age, Paul Dumbrell has a list of driving achievements most drivers would only dream to have of.  Having finished runner up in the Development Series (now known as Dunlop Series) in 2001 and taking the crown in 2002 and 2014 with EMS, Dumbrell knows what it takes to be a champion,

Going on to race full time from 2003-2011 in the main V8 Supercar Series, Dumbrell retired from full time racing in 2011 to focus on his business ventures.

Widely judged as one of the fastest drivers around, Dumbrell was signed immediately by Red Bull Racing as enduro co-driver for 5 time champion Jamie Whincup, proving a wise choice after the pair won the Bathurst 1000 in 2012.

EMS is thriving on the opportunity to have this experience in the team and there is no doubt PD will be as keen to regain the top spot in 2017.

2017 Round Results

Round 1 Clipsal 500: 1st overall



Our Drivers Australian GT

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Peter Hackett & Dom Storey

Peter Hackett & Dom Storey

A strong combination of the Australian GT stalwart and the Kiwi racer is sure to bring more success in 2017!

Hackett and Storey have again joined forces in the #63 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3 for the full 2017 Australian GT Endurance Championship.

As runners up in the Inaugural Australia Endurance Championship in 2016, this talented pairing are hoping to go one better in season 2017 and claim the top spot!

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Tony Bates

Tony Bates

Formerly a Porsche specialist, Tony Bates has switched Marques and will pilot the mighty Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3 in the Australian GT Sprint Series in 2017

The season couldn't have got off to a better start for Tony Bates and Eggleston Motorsport with a near clean sweep at the opening round at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide!

With a round win under his belt, Tony feels confident that the GT sprint title is within his reach in season 2017.

Our Drivers Australian GT

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Ben Eggleston

Ben Eggleston

The 36 year old originally from Orange, NSW, started his motorsport career on 2 wheels with huge success.

Ben was Crowned the NSW 2002 250cc A Grade champion, 2nd Pro Open and Clubman Champion, also taking the NSW 450cc A Grade title in 2007.

He went onto win the 2001 NSW Formula Ford Championship and after a number of years contesting the V8 Supercar Development Series (now Dunlop Series), Ben mad the move to an Aston Martin DBRS9 in the Australian GT Championship where he showed that he had what it takes to be a championship contender with several podium finishes.

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Martin Wagg

Martin Wagg

Martin joined the national racing scene in the mid 90's in the hugely successful Porsche Cup Series.

Martin was one of the most well known Porsche drivers and teams of the era and shared much success including a long list of race wins and podiums.

Martin finished 2nd in the championship in 2000, before taking out the Porsche Cup crown in 2001. In 2002 he placed 3rd in the championship before making the move to Nations Cup in 2003 behind the wheel of a 996 GT3 RS.

After a 9 year hiatus, Martin joined EMS in 2012 and returned to the track in a matching Aston Martin DBRS9 with very strong results.

Martin has returned to his Porsche roots in 2013 joining the Australian Carrera Cup Championship mid season.