[White, Team Principal MW Motorsport] when I raced for him in the Kumho Series for one round at Sandown in 2013, so ever since then we’ve kept in contact,” said Le Brocq.
“MW Motorsport is a proven team having won races and championships. I’m looking forward to being part of the MW Motorsport team this year, and hopefully I can provide Matt and the team with some more race and round wins.”
Having worked with Le Brocq previously, MW Motorsport Team Principal Matthew White has high hopes for the youngster.
“Jack is a very enthusiastic capable driver, we had a debut run at Sandown in the Kumho Series with Jack and he was pretty impressive, we’re very excited about him and am sure he’ll do great things,” said White.
“Our aim is for Jack to have consistent top five results, and if we can get ourselves into a position for a race win, that will be fantastic.”
With the benefit of his vast experience, Le Brocq holds realistic expectations for 2015 acknowledging the talented field comprising the Dunlop Series.
“With Cam Waters already confirmed, and Paul Dumbrell looking like he’ll be back again, there will be some stiff competition again next year,” said Le Brocq.
“But it will be great to have drivers like them providing a really high level of competition which gives us something to aim for.
“We’re definitely working away to try and beat those guys for sure.”
The 2015 Dunlop Series will begin with the Clipsal 500 round at the Adelaide Street Circuit on February 26th.