Aidan aims to follow in the footsteps of countryman and Formula 1 race winner Daniel Ricciardo but is taking a differing route to the pinnacle of international motorsport. Having been a standout performer in Asia’s Formula Masters Series, he successfully transitioned from single-seaters to sportscars, winning on his debut in LMP3 before stepping up to LMP2 at the tender age of 17.
Aidan contested two Asian Le Mans Series races in Eurasia Motorsport’s LMP3 ranks and rode a wave of momentum into the series’ headlining LMP2 division with Algarve Pro Racing Team, winning on his debut.
Together with his management team at BAM Motorsport, Aidan has mapped out a clear path to achieve his ambition of competing at the pinnacle of international sportscar racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
For 2017, Aidan joined forced with FFF Racing Team by ACM to complete in the Blancpain GT Series Asia, securing podiums on his way to fourth place overall in the Silver standings. For 2018, he paired up with Darryl O’Young at Craft-Bamboo Racing in a Porsche 911 GT3 R before re-joining Eurasia Motorsport as driver and coach alongside Nobu Yamanaka in the Asian Le Mans Series.
A podium position at the first round of the 2018/19 Asian Le Mans Series was followed further strong showings in his role of Pro driver and driver Coach.
After two seasons racing in the Blancpain Asia championship in GT3 machinery, Aidan decided in 2019 to progress onto a bigger platform and makes the important step into top line European competition, joining Schütz Motorsport for an assault on the ADAC GT Masters Championship. Aidan raced the Mercedes AMG GT3 alongside teammate Marvin Dienst, finishing the season second in the GT Masters Junior Classification.Official website