Information of an anticipated driver swap between Tickford and Matt Stone Racing broke recently, with Kostecki and Le Brocq successfully buying and selling seats for the 2022 season.
Tickford has now made its half in that equation official, the well-known Ford staff confirming that it has signed Kostecki to exchange Le Brocq.
The 21-year-old will be a part of Tickford for what will likely be his second full season in the principle recreation, and third in complete together with his shared seat with Zane Goddard in 2020.
He’ll line up at Tickford alongside Cam Waters, James Courtney and Thomas Randle.
“So far I’m nonetheless fairly contemporary within the sequence,” stated Kostecki.
“I haven’t accomplished a full season but so I do know there’s an enormous problem forward, however I’m actually eager to study as a lot as I can from the staff and my staff mates.
“To have three staff mates and a few actually good drivers round me, in addition to all of the data and expertise the staff at Tickford have, I’m excited to take in all of that and see the place we are able to go.
“Figuring out how profitable the staff has all the time been, I do know I’ll have all of the instruments to be aggressive. I’d actually wish to get into the High 10 in these first few rounds after which try to progress from there.
“I’m certain it’ll take quite a lot of work however I’m actually wanting ahead to the chance and may’t wait to get caught into it.”
Tickford CEO Tim Edwards added: “Jake’s understandably very excited and really dedicated to taking advantage of the chance right here.
“He’s improved fairly a bit yr on yr already and I believe he sees the identical potential to succeed as we do, which could be very encouraging.
“Our driver line up for subsequent yr is shaping up very nicely with a very good mixture of youth and expertise, which I believe will put us in an important place not only for 2022 but in addition for the years to come back.”
Jack Le Brocq, Tickford Racing Ford
Photograph by: Edge Photographics
Le Brocq, in the meantime, will depart after a two-year stint in Campbellfield that yielded a maiden race win at Sydney Motorsport Park in 2020.
“I need to thank Tickford for the chance to work with them these final two years,” Le Brocq stated.
“We’ve had some success collectively and I’ve realized so much. I stay up for ending off the season with them strongly, and transferring to new alternatives in 2022.”
Edwards stated the likeable Le Brocq will likely be missed by the staff.
“Jack has been an actual pleasure to work with over time,” Edwards stated.
“We’ve loved memorable successes on observe collectively, and a few nice instances off of it, so we’ll miss having him across the staff.
“As a younger driver we helped climb the ladder to Supercars, it was actually rewarding to see him win his first race in one in all our automobiles final yr.
“We now have genuinely loved working with Jack over time, and we stay up for ending the yr sturdy collectively earlier than wishing him nicely within the subsequent chapter of his profession.”