Jason Moore (racing driver)
Moore's motorsport career began in 2000 in karting, where he was active until 2006. In 2007 he moved to Formula racing and competed in the Formula Palmer Audi. With five podium finishes he finished the season in fifth place. In the ensuing autumn championship of Formula Palmer Audi He was also fifth. 2009 remained in the Formula Palmer Audi Moore. He won six of 20 races and was a total of 14 times on the podium. With 360 to 351 points, he finally stood up to Tom Bradshaw and won the championship.
2009 saw Moore in the newly formed FIA Formula 2 Championship, which was organized as the Formula Palmer Audi by Jonathan Palmer. Moore succeeded in only two races to score points, and he finished the season on the 22nd place overall. Moore in 2010 competed in any racing series.
2008 Moore was nominated for the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award, but was defeated Alexander Sims.
- 2000-2006: Karting
- 2007: Formula Palmer Audi ( 5th place)
- 2007: Formula Palmer Audi Autumn Cup ( 5th place)
- 2008: Formula Palmer Audi (Master)
- 2009: Formula 2 ( 22nd place)