As a third generation racer, Josh was born to race cars.

Growing up as the eldest of three children in the Australian island state of Tasmania, Josh has always been into sports, with a childhood full of him playing competitively in a range of sports including football, basketball and Australian Rules Football.

Josh spent most of his spare time working within the family business, spending countless hours around cars, which undoubtedly peaked his interest in motorsports.

Putting in long hours, Josh was not only there to continually help his parents, but also gaining a real grounding hard work and dedication to a goal.

Josh Burdon after winning 2016 Asia Formula Renault Championship

Josh Burdon after winning 2016 Asia Formula Renault Championship

Following in both his father and grandfather’s footsteps, Josh started racing go karts at 8 years old and his ability quickly gained notoriety. It wasn’t long before he was picked-up and drafted into the Confederation of Australian Motorsport’s ‘Aussie Young Gun’ Scholarship Programme to make the transition into cars age 16.

With numerous achievements and international championships along the way, Josh has dedicated the majority of his life to achieving his long-term racing goals. Undoubtedly, Josh’s focus, determination, cheerful disposition and strong family values have been pivotal in not only being recognized within the motorsport community, and being offered some amazing opportunities, but have also made him an ideal brand ambassador for a broad range of corporate partners.

Notable Achievements:

2017 – FRD-LMP3 Vice Champion

2016 – Asia Formula Renault Champion

2013 – Vice Champion Whelen Europe Series with Scorpus Racing