Our Drivers

Reuben Goodall will make his Super2 debut with Gomersall Motorsport in 2024.
Goodall will race in the V8 Superute category.

Reuben has just stepped out of the Toyota 86s which he competed in 2022 and 2023 and achieved up multiple podiums across his 2 years in the category. At the end of 2023 Reuben was given an opportunity to race in the V8 Superute category where he immediately impressed by qualifying on pole position on debut.

Before his car racing debut in 2022 he was competing at the national level of Australian Karting, he achieved memorable national round wins in 2018, 2019 and 2021 and in 2021 was also the Australian Vice Champion in the renowned Tag125 category.

His lifelong goal as always to be a professional racing driver and to one day compete in the Supercars Championship

Aaron Seton has been confirmed for a 2023 Dunlop Super2 Series campaign with Gomersall Motorsport.
Seton will steer a Holden Commodore ZB in his third season in the second-tier Supercars category.

After commencing his motorsport career in go-karting, Seton quickly progressed through the ranks, racing in the Australian Production Cars Series, before joining the TA2 Muscle Car Series in 2018. In 2019, he claimed the TA2 Muscle Car Series title, while also racing in the Gulf Western Oil Touring Car Masters Series. The following year, he won the National Trans Am Series, before joining the Dunlop Super2 Series with Matt Stone Racing in 2021. In 2022, Seton made his Repco Supercars Championship and Bathurst 1000 debut, finishing the Great Race in 14th.

Jason Gomersall set to branch out with own team in 2023.
Engineering the perfect balance of technology and speed.

In the world of Supercars, where every second counts, technology and speed are vital. The telemetry from Supercar to Engineering Crew has to be immediate, accurate and reliable. Using the measurements of car performance the engineers work closely with the drivers for that extra edge. Communicating seamlessly is a key factor which iseek manages on and off the track.

Jason Gomersall, iseek Founder & CEO says racing is “about technology and it’s about speed—which is what iseek is about.” There’s a lot of iseek technology in the race team. “We use the iseek Cloud and a lot of technology we use at the racetrack is supported and built by iseek.”