Jaidyn Ladic

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Jaidyn Ladic
Birthdate 15th January 2004
Country Au.png Australia
Nicknames Blink Boy
Team Monaco Esports
Simulations iRacing
Series GlenRGWeek13
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Team history
2020- 2021
2019- 2021
2022- Present


About JJ

JJ is an Australian iRacing driver born in 2004. Whilst he was growing up JJ had a passion for racing but due to a lack of pace and funding, he couldn't make his racing dream a reality. JJ then turned his attention to the world of sim-racing. He played the F1 games throughout 2018 and 2019 before shifting his attention to iRacing. JJ has a particular passion for the Dallara F3 car and Lime Rock park with both chicanes.

The Team Wrongline Era

JJ joined Team Wrongline in 2020 and has since participated in the Le Mans 24 Hours and Spa 24 Hours. As per usual this race ended in another DNF for JJ. Unfortunately due to a technical gremlin from one of his teammates in the race they crashed out in Le Mans and Spa. He also participated in multiple GlenRG community races bagging himself a total of $10 in prize money. In 2021 Jaidyn participated in Alma Corse which enabled him to earn $30 in prize money. He was faster than a lot of the field but Elias Raikaa and Aaron Ingram put up a good fight.

A New Era

In July 2021, Jaidyn J Ladic put the "Ladic Internet" memes to rest by installing optical fiber. This marks the start of a new era. During this period he also joins the Protostar eSports team. This helped him become more competitive and be a better driver. However, before that, he took part in the Nurburgerring 24h in which his teammate drove 14 hours, and for Jaidyn to crash after 1 hour of driving the car.

F3 Australia Championship

In 2022 JJ participated in the F3 Australian Championship. He has been competing for wins and anything other than that has been considered a bad result. Currently, he is on a winning streak of 5 races in a row. He has consistently been a top performer in the F3 car and even qualified a whole 1.1 seconds ahead of P2 at the Red Bull Ring. At the time of writing he is on course to win the championship by some margin!