Established in early 2011, the TEKNO Group began as a fresh and exciting face in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

Today, with many race wins to its credit (including the 2016 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 and 2016 Bathurst 12 Hour) TEKNO, based at Yatala, QLD, is an Australian family business led by racer Jonathon Webb and backed by the knowledge and experience that comes from 45 years of involvement in racing and motorsport.

TEKNO’s Supercar campaign with its demand for highest quality workmanship, led to the introduction of Jonathon Webb’s TEKNO Performance, a dedicated road car engineering division specialising in the performance enhancement of premium late-model vehicles.

At the heart of TEKNO is our people. We have formed one of the tightest, most effective and inspirational organisations in the industry. #teamTEKNO is comprised of industry leading engineers and mechanics whose combined skills are driving our group to the top ranks of Australian motorsport and the performance vehicle industry. For 2018, TEKNO compete with a Holden ZB Commodore Supercar, driver by Professional Racers Jack Le Brocq and TEKNO Managing Director, Jonathon Webb.

Bio, Jack Le Brocq:

For 2018, Jack Le Brocq makes his full time debut in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, joining TEKNO to compete with their ZB Commodore.

Le Brocq is an experienced Supercars Endurance Racer, co-driving with Cameron Waters, the pair finishing fourth at Bathurst in 2016.

With 10 Super2 race wins over the last two seasons, finishing second and then third in the championship with Prodrive and MW Motorsport, Le Brocq is ready to show his potential in the Supercars “Main Game”.