The 2015 season was a season of two categories for Josh as he mixed karting at British and European level, alongside making his car racing debut in the Renault Clio Cup Championship, taking part in the last six races in the season - with the aim to race in the series fully in 2016.

Price started off the season with some strong results in the Rotax Max class, racing with Strawberry Racing. Price was denied victory at the British Open Championship at the season opener in a combative final but returned to action in the Super One British Karting Championship, where he was consistently at the front taking podiums and victories.

Just after the mid point of the season, Price made his debut in the Renault Clio Cup. The now rookie driver made a great impression in the three rounds he competed in - taking a 4th and a 6th overall at Brands Hatch GP and Silverstone respectively, marking himself as one to watch in 2016.

Price was confirmed for the 2016 season with Team Pyro, as well as receiving backing from Team BMR going into his first complete season of car racing.