Josh Price is an aspiring, young British Racing Driver who has graduated into British GT as an Aston Martin Racing Academy Driver, with TF Sport.
Josh started racing in 2010, winning on his debut in MSA Kart Racing. Since then Josh has achieved championships and victories at the highest level of British and European Karting. In 2012, Josh achieved 4th position overall in the prestigious MSA KF-Junior British Championships, ranking him 4th in the UK in the Premier junior class.
2013 saw Josh move into the Junior Rotax Class, the most competitive Junior Class in karting. Josh came agonisingly close to winning the MSA Junior Rotax British Super One Championship, despite five podiums and two final victories. Josh was however triumphant in the British Kart Grand Prix, taking claim of the prestigous GP Plate for the remainder of the season.
Josh moved up into the Senior Category of Karting during the 2014 season, as he stepped up into Rotax Max. Josh ended the season in great form, taking three consequtive podiums in the British Championship aswell as taking the Rotax International Open Championship, allowing him to partake in the Rotax World Finals.
2015 was the year Josh made the next critical jump in his career, as he graduated into car racing. Josh moved into one of the most entertaining and challenging categories of Junior Car Racing Formulae - The Renault Clio Cup Championship. The series ran alongside the BTCC, televised on ITV4 with over 200 hours of televised coverage throughout the year.
A full season of Renault Clio Cup was the schedule for 2016. After a season marred by some bad luck which denied him the Graduate Cup, Josh signed off the season in brilliant form, netting three podiums in four races - taking his maiden Clio Cup victory at the final round of the season at Brands Hatch GP to leave his intentions known for 2017.
The original plan was a final season in Clio Cup and go for the title! However in the weeks leading up to the season start, an unmissable opportunity with the BMR Subaru Team arose. There is was then announced on the BTCC Media Day that Josh would became the youngest driver in the series, and one of the youngest in history.
2019 saw a change of career path for Josh, as he moved into GT Racing. This season see's him race with TF Sport, after being confirmed as an Aston Martin Racing Academy Driver.
He will partner Patrick Kibble in the #95 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 for the British GT Championship.