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Arise Racing

One of Australia’s leading motorsport service providers Arise Racing is focused on providing a unique experience for rising motorsport talent considering a career in Europe.

The Western Australian race team is intently focused on advancing its driver development programme, with the addition of a Tatuus F4-T421, the current spec car for the F4 Spanish Championship, to its fleet.

Arise Racing General Manager Jordan Oon said it will be the only one of its kind in the country.

“We are putting a lot of energy into the driver development/driver academy at the moment, we have the latest-spec Spanish Formula 4 Series car landing in a month, so we’re going to have the only one in the country, so young kids wanting to progress to European racing can test the same machinery in Australia,” Oon said.

“Our driver development arm sees us take either novices or professionals and really focus on technique, identifying any potential bad habits and just really working on driving with one-on-one.”

Arise Racing has worked with hundreds of drivers from novice drivers entering the sport to young drivers forging their way up the motorsport ladder both here and overseas, including the likes of Jordan Love and Aaron Love.

The brothers have gone onto compete in high-level motorsport categories including Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia Championship, as well as the Dunlop Super2 Series respectively.

In addition to its driver development programme, Arise Racing also provides opportunities for drivers in both state and national-level motorsport competitions, as well as corporate event packages.

The squad played a critical role in the formation of the Australian Formula 1000 category initially running six cars in that series.

From there, the team went onto claim the 2016, 2017 and 2018 titles in Formula 1000, as well as the 2019 title in the combined Formula 1000/Radicals category.

Radicals went onto form a crucial part of the business, with Arise Racing becoming the approved distributor for the sportscars in Australia.

“As we’ve grown, we’ve just realised the market for Radicals in Australia is a lot deeper and there’s a lot more opportunity to expand,” Oon added.

“Locally, we found it’s a great sort of entry-level car, which still has a lot of speed behind it.

“We started with four cars, now we’re running between 14 and 16 cars in the local series.”

The success of the category at state-level, paved the way for national expansion, with the Radical Australia Cup considered the premier high-downforce category in Australia.

“Beginning last year Radical Australia West and Radical Australia East partnered up to manage and sort of revitalise the national series Radical Cup Australia,” Oon continued.

“Last year was the first year for the new management, and we were running 15 to 20 cars each round, which was quite good.”

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