Career statistics

Jordan's racing career began when he was 14, karting in Milton Keynes to gain experience. In 2013 Jordan entered into 4 rounds of the FF1600 Championships and 3 rounds of the VW Beetle Fun Cup Championship during which his natural talent shone through, resulting in two podiums, three trophies and a track record.

In 2014 Jordan entered the highly prestigious BRDC F4 Championships, driving for Sean Walkinshaw Racing. Pitched against drivers with far more experience he still achieved five podiums from eight races. sealing his place amongst his peers and his team as a driver with serious potential. Jordan completed his first season in the BRDC F4 with an impressive 11th place ranking from a grid of 27 seasoned drivers, impressing upon the motorsport community that Jordan is definitely the driver to watch.

His 2015 season kicked off to an impressive start, placing Jordan in the top five after only nine races. From there his championship career continued his success, garnering 4 podiums, two first place wins, a fastest lap and two pole positions.

By the close of the 2015 Season, Jordan kept a firm grasp on his sixth position in the championship, a huge tribute to his determination and skill in only his second season in this challenging event. Throughout, Jordan has proven his mettle, gained invaluable experience and immeasurably increased his well-earned respect from within the motorsports community. All eyes are now focused on the 2016 season, with new cars, new teams and new drivers, Jordan is sure to improve on this years success and continue to prove his worth as a star of the future.

2015 Main Championship
1Will Palmer592pts
2Harri Newey455pts
3Tom Jackson420pts
4Rodrigo Fonseca409pts
5Ciaran Haggerty406pts
6Jordan Albert359pts
7Jack Bartholemew329pts
8Chris Mealin303pts
9Omar Ismail260pts
10Jack Lang244pts

Jordan Albert – Final standing in the 2015 Duo BRDC F4 Championship

Place Ranking

First Place



Fastest Lap

Pole Positions