Having started his racing journey in go-karting at the age of 7, Jayden went on to win multiple state and national championships alongside representing Australia at the Rotax World Championships by the time he was 15.
In 2018, Jayden moved to the FIA Australian Formula 4 Championship, where he would break records for most race wins in a season, consecutive race wins and most round wins in a season whilst on his way to first place in the championship.
Jayden’s development then saw him compete at the pinnacle of Australian motorsport in his first Bathurst 1000 in 2020, alongside claiming the 2020 Dunlop Super2 Series Rookie Championship whilst finishing 4th overall with Matt White Motorsport.
In 2021, he continued in the Super2 Series with Matt White Motorsport. Jayden claimed 2 Pole Positions and 5 podiums on his way to third place in the 2021 series. In 2021, he also added another Bathurst 1000 start to his ever-growing resume with Matt Stone Racing.
In 2022, Jayden joined the prestigious Walkinshaw Andretti United undertaking in selected wildcard events as part of the Supercars Championship at Winton and Darwin. Jayden once again teamed with Matt Stone Racing and Todd Hazelwood for the Bathurst 1000.
Being born and raised in Western Sydney, Jayden is constantly striving for perfection as he works his way through the Australian motorsport landscape and to accompany his motorsport commitments. He is currently undergoing a double bachelor's degree of Business Marketing and Communications at Western Sydney University.