Jason Webb's career in drifting started at the age of 16 when he and his father moved to a small town in South Africa called Kimberley. It was there where he met and trained up by Otto Graven who at the time was South Africa's No.1 drifter. Jason's first ever event in 2011 saw him qualifying second behind Otto and finishing in 2nd place overall. In his first year competing he managed to secure a 3rd in the National championship.
In 2012 Jason got his own car and climbed up to 2nd followed by a successful 2013, taking 5 wins in a row and winning his first ever championship. 2015 was another year for the books, winning 4 events in a row and taking his 2nd South African Championship title.
Jason took the year off in 2016 from competing in the National championship, but with that came the opportunity to drive in Norway at Gatebil. Jason regards Gatebil as the highlight of his career to date, that was until he managed to secure a ride through Roush Performance and Ford Performance to build the car of his dreams. The 2017 season sees Jason leaving all competition behind with the new Roush Performance, Ford Performance 5.0L supercharged V8 Mustang. Be sure to keep updated on his progress through the year by following Jason on social media: Instagram: @webbdrift45 and Facebook: Jason Webb