AGI SPORT is a Sydney based professional motor racing team competing in the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship, with SCT Logistics supported pilots Nick Rowe and Jack Smith.

The team was founded in February 2012 by brothers Adam and Nathan Gotch and quickly made a noteworthy impact on the Australian Formula 3 Scene.

The team possesses considerable background experience in the areas of professional international motor racing, marketing and media.

Team principal Adam Gotch has enjoyed a long and diverse career in professional motor sport including Formula 1, A1GP and Euro F3.

Former Foxtel TV presenter Lee Brooks is also on-board as Media and Marketing Manager to assist with the promotion of all signed drivers throughout the season.

With the advantages and assets of years of experience in the very highest levels of international motor sport, AGI SPORT’s aim is to collaborate with established drivers to achieve their goals and nurture & support promising young drivers taking their next step on the world motor sport platform.

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Team BRM has established a tradition of success in top-level Australian and international motor sport since its formation in the late 1990s.

Statistically one of Australia’s most successful ever open-wheel racing teams, Team BRM has won seven Australian Formula 3 Championships and six CAMS Gold Star / Australian Drivers Championships.

Drivers like Bruno Senna, Nick Percat, Ben Clucas, Tim Macrow, James Winslow, Karl Reindler, Mitch Evans, Joey Foster, John Magro, Earl Bamber, Richie Stanaway, Simon Hodge and Jordan Lloyd – amongst others – have benefited from the team’s open wheel programs.

In 2016, the Adelaide based team will campaign four cars piloted by Will Brown, Josh Denton, Brenton Grove and Jordan Love.

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DREAM Motorsport is a professional racing organisation based in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne, and run by former Australian Sports Sedan Champion, Dean Randle.

In 2014 DREAM won the Australian Formula Ford Championship in its debut year, before taking the step into the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship for 2015.

DREAM’s 2015 Formula 4 drivers Thomas Randle, Luis Leeds and Caitlin Wood have since graduated to British Formula 3, Ford MSA Formula and European GT4 championships respectively.




A joint initiative of Brett MacLennan, Michael Reinhardt and Daniel Reinhardt, the team joins the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship in 2016 after multiple years preparing Formula Vee machinery.

JRD was established with the motivation of developing young up and coming drivers and equipping them with the necessary skills required to enable them to be immediately competitive in the higher pressure categories they will experience as they progress their careers.

15-year-old Dubbo teenager Tyler Everingham has also made the step up from karting to national open-wheel racing, joining the team in its new Formula 4 venture.