At the beginning of the year Alpine F1 Team announced Jack would act as the squad’s reserve driver during the upcoming F1 season, marking the next step for the Australian after his recent test and practice outings. Alongside his F1 reserve duties, Doohan will continue to compete in F2 for a third campaign in 2023, sticking with the Virtuosi Racing squad as Alpine set him the target of claiming the title.


 Jack announced he would racing for Virtuosi Racing in the 2022 FIA Formula 2 Championship, marking his first full year in F2. Heading into the last round of the season Jack was sitting 4th overall but was forced to retire from the lead in the feature with a loose wheel and dropped to 6th in the Championship. Jack wrapped up his 2022 commitments by driving for Alpine in the one-day post-season F1 test and then completing a three-day F2 test at the Yas Marina Circuit immediately afterwards, topping the timesheets on the second day.


Jack was rejuvenated in 2021, making the switch to join Trident for his second season of F3, winning 4 times and notching an additional 7 podiums in a breakthrough year as one of the strongest championship challengers, ending the year as vice-champion and leading Team Trident to F3 Teams’ Championship success.

Jack also competed in the final 2 rounds of the F2 Championship for MP Motorsport, where he achieved a top 5 finish and 2nd in Qualifying.


Jack again returned to the F3 Asian Championship, this time with Pinnacle Motorsport, narrowly missing the title due to unfortunate technical failures outside of the team’s control. The Aussie took 6 wins and 10 podiums from the 15 races on his way to finishing 2nd in the Championship, ahead of his debut in the FIA F3 Championship.

Jack raced for HWA Racelab in the FIA Formula 3 Championship, but after a tough season he didn't score any points during the campaign, and with a best finish of 11th, which came at the final race in Mugello, he classified 26th in the Championship.


Jack made his first appearance in the F3 Asian Championship, driving for Hitech Grand Prix where he won 5 races, claimed 3 podiums, and finished 2nd in the Championship, the highest placed Rookie on the Grid. Jack joined the Euroformula Open Championship with Double R Racing where he claimed 2 podiums and finished 11th overall.


Jack finished as 1st placed Rookie & 5th overall in the British F4 Championship with Arden Ford and finished 12th in ADAC Formula 4 despite only contesting 9 races.


Jack finishes 3rd in the CIK-FIA European Championship (OK Junior), winning the Swedish Round.

2016 & 2015

Jack begins to pick up traction in the Karting world, finishing 1st in the Australian Kart Championship KA2 & KA Junior Competitions.