With three consecutive race wins, AGI Sport’s Jayden Ojeda has completed a near-perfect weekend in round 2 of the CAMS PAYCE Australian Formula 4 Championship at Phillip Island on 1–3 June.
Jayden enjoyed a dominant performance, winning all three races in the second round of the Championship, scoring maximum points for the weekend to close within two points of the championship lead.
The Sydney-based driver also claimed pole position and the fastest lap in each race to prove a dominant force at the Phillip Island track. Jayden bounced back from missing out on the podium at the previous round in Tasmania with a masterclass performance.
“Obviously it’s been the perfect weekend, with pole position to top it off as well as three race wins is the perfect dream,” Ojeda said. “It was just an amazing weekend and I couldn’t ask for anything much more than what happened this weekend. I think sometimes you have that weekend where everything just happens and starts happening right”.
“To come here after Symmons Plains and just do what we just did is amazing,” Ojeda said. “I can’t thank the AGI Sport boys and my sponsors enough. I’m just happy I was able to provide the goods”.
The championship is now wide open with provisional points seeing Cameron Shields on 104, Ryan Suhle on 103 and Jayden Ojeda’s huge haul of 75 points for the round taking him to 102. “It’s got to be probably the tightest championship in Australia at the moment and that’s pretty exciting only two rounds in,” said Ryan Suhle.
Round three of the CAMS PAYCE Australian Formula 4 Championship will next visit Queensland Raceway, supporting the Ipswich SuperSprint round of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship on 20–22 July.
Round Two Results
Jayden Ojeda – AGI Sport: 75
Aaron Love – Team BRM: 45
Ryan Suhle – AGI Sport: 42
Cameron Shields – Team BRM: 36
Lochie Hughes – Team BRM: 30
Championship Standings after Round Two
Cameron Shields – Team BRM: 104
Ryan Suhle – AGI Sport: 103
Jayden Ojeda – AGI Sport: 102
Aaron Love – Team BRM: 87
Lochie Hughes – Team BRM: 58