Inaugural Champion Lloyd Aims For Super2

Following a stint in the United States last year, 2015 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Champion Jordan Lloyd has set his sights on the Super2 Series next year.

The Formula 4’s inaugural champion tested a Nissan Motorsport Supercar last year as reward for his 2015 title and earlier this week, Lloyd was invited back for another evaluation day with the squad.

“It’s a really good experience to work with the Nissan guys,” Lloyd told

“There’s a whole other way to what I’ve done with the Super2 car and even the test drive that we did at the end of 2015.

“It was good experience to see what they do on their test days compared to the Super2 guys, and what their goals were, compared to the other guys.”

With Lloyd’s CV wholly comprising of open-wheel experience, Lloyd is eager to adapt to racing a touring car.

“Coming out of a full, open-wheeler background for myself it was reasonably tricky to adjust to it, but once you get the base idea you can fine tune it to certain things,” Lloyd said.

“Checking the data on Tuesday, some things they’re picking up on are still very open-wheeler ways of driving.”

Meanwhile, 2017 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Champion Nick Rowe will also undertake an evaluation day with Supercars team Brad Jones Racing in December.