Aidan Read 

D.O.B 24/02/1999


Aidan Read is the latest star racer to come out of Perth, Australia and with career momentum on his side has clear ambitions to compete at the highest level as a factory endurance racer.

 

Aidan aims to follow in the footsteps of countryman and Formula 1 race winner Daniel Ricciardo, but is taking a differing route to the pinnacle of international motorsport. Having been a standout performer in Asia’s Formula Masters Series, he successfully transitioned from single-seaters to sportscars, winning on his debut in LMP3 before stepping up to LMP2 at the age of 17. Aidan contested two Asian Le Mans Series races in Eurasia Motorsport’s LMP3 ranks and rode a wave of momentum into the series’ headlining LMP2 division with Algarve Pro Racing Team, winning on his debut. Together with his management team at BAM Motorsports, Aidan has mapped out a clear path to achieve his ambition of competing at the pinnacle of international sportscar racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and at other key events in 2018 and beyond.


Background
Aidan Read 

Timeline


2017 - 1st place in the Asian Le Mans Series 4 Hours of Sepang in LMP2

          - 4th Place in the Bathurst 12 Hour C Class in a GT4 Ginetta

2016 - 2nd place in the Formula Masters China Series with 9 race wins

            - FMCS Winter Race winner​​

            - 2 time winner in the Asian Le Mans Sprint Cup LMP3 class

2015 - 5th place in the Formula Masters China Series with Eurasia                       Motorsport

2014 - Formula BMW and Formula Pilota testing with Eurasia

            Motorsport at Clark International Speedway, Philippines           

            Formula Vee Championship of WA 2nd Place

            Toyota Racing Series testing with ETEC Motorsport

            and Oliver Gavin

            Round 6 - Shanghai Formula Masters China Series

            with Eurasia Motorsport

2013 - WA Sporting Car Club Formula Vee Championship

            Recipient - WASCC Youth in Motorsports Sponsorship

            Initiative  - July 2013

2012 - Tiger Kart Club WA Junior National Light Class

2012 - Tiger Kart Club WA Junior Clubman Class

2010 - Tiger Kart Club WA Rookie Class. 

            3rd in club championship   

            Most Improved Driver 2010.