Seton calls time on Super2 journey

Aaron Seton. Pic: Matthew Paul Photography

AARON Seton will step away from driving in the Dunlop Super2 Series after this weekend’s VAILO Adelaide 500.

The third-generation racer has spent three seasons in the category, 2021-22 with Matt Stone Racing and 2023 with Gomersall Motorsport.

In that time, Seton chalked up a pair of third-place finishes, the latter of which came from pole position earlier this year in Townsville.

It’s with Gomersall Motorsport that Seton will move into a new-look role as a partner of the business.

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“I’ve made the decision to step back from competing in the Super2 Series after this season,” the one-time Bathurst 1000 starter announced via social media.

“I’m proud of what I’ve been able to learn and achieve over the last three seasons as well as I’m grateful for each and every partner that has been on this journey.

“I have decided to direct my focus into stepping up in the Gomersall Motorsport business and becoming a partner with Jason Gomersall.

“We are going to create a professional motorsport experience for people to develop as drivers which is something I’m passionate about.

“I’m excited for this new venture as well as finishing off strong in Adelaide this weekend.”

Seton joins Elly Morrow in retiring from the Super2 driving scene after the Adelaide finale.

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Connor O’Brien joined V8 Sleuth in 2022 as website Editor. He won the Supercars Media Award in 2017 while working as a sports reporter at the Gold Coast Bulletin, before stints at Supercars and Speedcafe. During his time at V8 Sleuth he's twice (2022, 2023) been named Journalist of the Year at the Supercars Media Awards.