Jayden Ojeda, “Juice”, is a young Australian racing driver who is looking to build upon his extensive success in elite level Karting and Open Wheel racing to continue his development in Supercars racing.
At 21 years old Jayden is no newcomer to motorsport, Jayden started racing karts at the age of 7. He has never looked back! In go-karting Jayden went on to win multiple State and National championships along with representing Australia at the Rotax World Championships, all by the age of 15.
In 2015 Jayden stepped up into race cars, competing in the Victorian Formula Ford Series before going onto compete in two seasons of the Australian Formula Ford Series, finishing 4th and 3rd.
Jayden moved to the FIA Australian Formula 4 Championship in 2018, where he would not only dominate the series but would break many records on the way.
Jayden made the step into V8 Supercars in 2019, joining the Super3 development series. Jayden claimed second place in the Championship, his Supercar journey was off to a great start.
2020 saw Jayden compete in the the Dunlop Super2 Series, Australia’s #1 Support Category, that features at six events of the most-watched category of racing in Australasia, the Australian Supercars Championship.
Jayden claimed the 2020 Dunlop Super2 Series Rookie Championship, whilst finishing 4th overall, excelling in his first year in the breeding ground for future Supercar Champions.
Jayden’s development created the opportunity to race in his first Bathurst 1000 in 2020 finishing a credible 19th at his first attempt in the pinnacle of Australian motorsport.
In 2021 Jayden is set to continue his Super2 Championship challenge, continuing his climb to the Supercars Championship.
Jayden is also studying for a Bachelors degree of Business and Communications at Western Sydney University.
When Jayden is not on the racetrack, he loves to spend his time off-roading in his trusty Triton, fishing from his tinny, and adventuring across the country in his favourite Jayco caravan.