Garnet Patterson - Australia’s 2014 Formula 3 champion - is an endurance racing driver with United Autosports, contesting the 2023 Asian Le Mans Series.
Werris Creek, New South Wales
For Garnet, the racetrack was part of growing up, watching his father race historic cars. It wasn’t long before the future racer wanted to get behind the wheel himself, and so his karting journey began.
In 2011, Garnet began racing in single seaters, winning his first accolade just two years later in the 2013 New South Wales Formula Race Car Championship where he clinched four pole positions and won 11 out of 15 races.
The following year, in 2014, the Australian driver progressed to Formula 3 where he stormed to victory and won the championship with 10 wins and 18 podiums over 20 races in the series.
The next step on the journey was endurance prototype racing. In 2016, Garnet entered the 2016 Asian le Mans Sprint Cup, claiming third place in the championship. Fast forward to 2022 and he was making a name for himself in the European LMP3 arena, racing in the Michelin Le Mans Cup with United Autosports.
For the 2023 season, Garnet contested the Asian Le Mans Series with United Autosports in the #23 car with Yasser Shahin and Oliver Jarvis, scooping a P2 finish at the 4 Hours of Abu Dhabi. Patterson also made a one-off appearance in the Le Mans Cup, teaming up with Yorkshireman Josh Caygill at the Aragon Round.
The team has an incredible reputation with Richard and Zak steering the ship, and I can't wait to get stuck in and represent.
// Won the 2014 Formula 3 Australia championship
// Won the opening round of the 2017 FRD LMP3 Series
// Clinched P3 at the Imola Round of the 2022 Michelin Le Mans Cup with United Autosports
michelin le mans cup
In 2021, Garnet competed in three Michelin Le Mans Cup races with a German team before signing with United Autosports for the 2022 season. He co-piloted the #22 Ligier JR P320 car with Andres Latorre, scooping a podium finish at the Imola Round. Read the race report.