Hailing from a family ingrained in motorsport, Jordan Collard has already made a name for himself in his young career. Rising through the karting ranks since the age of 8, contesting the Super 1 National Comer Cadet through to the Super 1 National Rotax Mini Max Championships, he showcased his natural flair and ability.
The graduation into car racing, came with impressive progress from the start. Making his debut in the Ginetta Junior Winter Series in 2016, Jordan finished in the top ten in every race, putting him in good stead ahead of tackling the Ginetta Junior Championship. Growing in speed and confidence in 2017, this strong run of consistency continued.
2018 season saw Jordan make a sensational rookie debut into the MINI Challenge JCW Series. Bursting into the championship with a pole position and a podium at his first race. The dynamic racer celebrated his maiden win at Silverstone, further claiming 5 podiums, 3 pole positions, 7 fastest laps across the season. With a strong run of results, Jordan was crowned the Rookie Cup Champion, whilst challenging for the overall title throughout.
Making the move up to British GT in 2019, Jordan certainly proved himself in the GT4 class, with his maiden victory at Snetterton and 3 further podiums, disappointment in the final race saw Jordan and his teammate finish 4th in the championship.
Jordan’s impressive talent and promise earned him a place in the McLaren GT Development Driver programme.
McLaren GT Development Driver
British GT4 Race Winner
2018 MINI Challenge JCW Series Rookie Cup Champion
2018 MINI Challenge Race Winner
With the season finales on the horizon, last weekend saw some impressive performances for our talented bunch of young drivers. From Knockhill to Donington, join us as we recap on a successful weekend for the squad…
The heart of the Ardennes forest in Belgium, sits the infamous 7km ribbon of tarmac, which has played host to some of the most exciting racing in motorsport history. This month welcomes our roster of talented GT drivers to the Spa-Francorchamps track, from racing debuts to 24 hour endurance events, this special place always provides a rewarding challenge.
From the thrills of Thruxton and spills of Snetterton, to the pouring rain in Pau, it was a challenging weekend for Infinity drivers, but that didn’t stop them collecting a healthy haul of pole positions and silverware. Join us as we look back on an exciting weekend’s racing…
Confirming his place as one of the rising young talents in British Motorsport, Jordan Collard has been selected to join the second year of McLaren’s Automotive Driver Development Programme (DDP). Introduced in 2018, the initiative is designed to support and nurture young, up-and-coming GT drivers. Helping to gain valuable experience both on and off the track, with a view to develop the next generation of McLaren Automotive Factory Drivers to compete in endurance racing.
In paddocks at home and away, last weekend we celebrated some commanding performances from our squad of dynamic young drivers. From Formula Renault Eurocup to British F3 and the Mini Challenge finale, there were podiums, poles and titles for the taking…
Whilst many series’ were on their summer break, many of our squad where still right in the thick of the action. Join us as we recap on a stellar few weeks in WEC, Mini UK Challenge and BRDC British F3 Championships.
June has proven to be a month of thrilling firsts for the roster of Infinity drivers, we have joined our talented racers trackside as they celebrated some stunning first wins, and rev up to contest in their first 24 Hours of Le Mans event. Join us as we recap on what’s been an exciting few weeks for our guys…
The world of sportscar racing provides a thrilling and competitive arena for both drivers and spectators alike, right in the thick of it, our drivers took to the track both home and away with some fantastic results to boot. Join us as we recap on a great start to 2018 for our talented racers…
Back at one of Britain’s best loved circuits, we joined Jordan (Collard) for his first furore in the MINI Challenge, in what’s set to be an exciting year for the 17-year old. Taking the step from Ginetta's, Jordan quickly got to grips switching from rear-wheel to front-wheel-drive, gunning for the Rookie Cup.