17 year old Kai Allen has stepped up into the Dunlop Super2 Series with the team in 2023 following an incredible performance in his learning year in Super3 in 2022.
Allen scored the most pole positions every recorded in a single season of Super3 in 2022 along with a long list of race and round wins.
Kai will be behind the wheel of the Triple Eight ZB Commodore in 2023.
2023 Super2 Series
Round 1 Newcastle: 5th overall
Round 2 Perth: 9th overall
2022 Super3 Series – 2nd Overall
Most pole positions ever scored by one driver in a single season of Super3.
Round 1 Sydney Motorsport Park – 1st Overall
Round 2 Perth – 1st Overall
Round 3 Townsville – 1st Overall
Round 4 Sandown – 2nd Overall
Round 5 Bathurst – 1st Overall
Round 6 Adelaide – 7th overall (DNF race 2)
Inspired by his late father Rodney Crick, who won six Australian Super Truck title, Cameron Crick began racing karts as part of the Australian Kart School National Championship in 2014, before amassing an impressive resume in the NSW go-karting scene. Cameron’s early success in the sport led to him being offered a drive in the inaugural Toyota 86 Racing Series in 2016. Learning his craft and finishing mid-pack throughout 2016 and 2017, the 2018 season saw Cameron finish 3rd overall in the Toyota 86 Racing Series Championship out of a huge field of drivers. The 2018 season also saw Cameron debut in the ECB SuperUtes Series, recording Four top-5 finishes in just 2 rounds as a fill-in driver.
Cameron’s success saw him move onto bigger and better categories in 2019, running a full-time campaign in the ECB SuperUtes Series as well as running 4 rounds in the Pro-Class of the Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup Challenge. Cameron performed admirably against far more experienced drivers in the highly-competitive Porsche category, recording multiple Top-5 finishes, but it was the ECB SuperUtes Series where Cameron showed much of his acclaimed race-craft, winning 6 races while collecting 14 podiums in total. Cameron would ultimately close out the season in 2nd place in the championship standings, rounding out an impressive season which saw him rise to 8th in DriverDatabase.com’s rankings amongst Australian motorsport athletes aged 22 and under.
In a chaotic and disrupted 2020 and 2021 season, Cameron hit the track at the Adelaide Superloop Trans-Am round, recording a podium finish in his debut, whilst also featuring at the Bathurst 1000 in the Toyota 86 Racing Series, finishing in the Top-5 for each of his 4 races in addition to a number of podium positions in 2021 aboard his Superute.
Transitioning from go-karts to open wheelers and now in the Dunlop Super 2 Series, Jordyn Sinni has worked his way through the Motorsport ranks at a young age; with the dream of achieving a full-time Supercars seat.
A noted go-karter, Sinni’s achievements include an Australasian title, a second-place finish in the 2014 Australian Karting Championship, three state titles, while he also represented Australia at the Karting World Finals in France.
In 2018 and 2019, Sinni continued to add more kms to his belt, competing in the Hyundai Excel Series, where he took out multiple wins.
The Victorian-born racer began competing in the Australian Formula Ford Series in 2022, collecting two victories, three podiums, a pole position and three fastest laps across the season; finishing sixth in the standings.
Amongst this, Sinni also finished second in the Victorian Formula Ford Duratec Series.
2023 sees the young talent enter his first year of the Supercars development series, racing for Eggleston Motorsport in a Triple Eight Race Engineering-built Holden ZB Commodore.
Round 1 Newcastle: Pole position, Race win, 2nd overall
Round 2 Perth: 5th Overall