Born on the 13th of October 1999 on the Gold Coast of Australia, Zane Goddard is currently studying whilst competing in the Super2 category in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.
Zane started his racing career in Karting in 2009, competing in events throughout Australia and overseas. Goddard placed 7th in the Australian Junior Max Titles in 2013 after successfully winning the Junior trophy Class Championship and then placed 3 rd in the open JMAX Queensland Titles, impressing the masses. In the same year, Zane competed at the Las Vegas Supernationals, a highlight in the career of the young racer.
Sitting in 3rd place in the official Rotax racing rankings for this year, Zane finished 2nd in the National Championships and represented Australia in Spain at the Rotax World Finals where he finished 12th. Zane also claimed more successful results in the CIK Stars of Karting Championship.
After a successful run in Karting, Goddard debuted in Australian Formula 4 Championships. Competing as one of the youngest driver in his category, Zane placed 9th in the 2015 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Drivers Championship. Zane prepared for his overseas racing career with a number of successful tests in Europe with Swiss squad Jenzer Motorsport.
2016 was another positive year for the young racer as he confirmed his position in the British Formula 4 Championship, after a successful first season in the in the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship. Goddard left his previous racing team, Adelaide Squad Team BRM, and joined Double R Racing. Zane’s move to Britain made him one of three Australians to graduate to Europe as a Formula 4 pilot. Over the 2016 British F4 season Zane scored 4 race wins, 4 podium positions, 2 round wins and 2 pole positions, which made Zane the second highest race winner and highest point scorer in the 3 rounds. Following the British F4 season Goddard competed in Dubai for the second round of The MRF Challenge as a one-off appearance where he secured a podium position. Goddard aimed to continue his run in Europe for the 2017 season.
2017 saw a switch to the Formula Renault Eurocup 2.0 for the young racer after securing a deal with Arden Motorsport squad and continuing his successful stint in Europe with highlight races at Monaco, Monza and Spa.
After two successful years overseas, Zane returned to Australia after confirming his debut on the Super2 Series grid with Brad Jones Racing. Zane opened the year at the Adelaide 500 in the #8 Entry and has hopes for his most successful year to date in the Supercars Championship feeder category.