The deal marks a 3rd straight season of endurance at MSR for Ojeda, who has beforehand teamed up with Zane Goddard (2021) and Todd Hazelwood (2022).
His finest outcome up to now was twentieth alongside Hazelwood at Bathurst final 12 months.
This 12 months the enduro season will comprise of each the Sandown 500 and the Bathurst 1000, as Ojeda groups up with a comparatively in-form Le Brocq.
Ojeda has proven some type of his personal up to now this season too, successful the Bathurst 6 Hour again in April, earlier than taking a GT World Problem Australia race win at Phillip Island final weekend.
“I’m stoked to be becoming a member of Matt Stone Racing for what will probably be my third 12 months co-driving with the crew,” mentioned Ojeda.
“The crew and I’ve made a robust connection over the previous few years so I’m trying ahead to constructing on that this 12 months.
“It is superior to be partnering up with Jack Le Brocq – each him and the crew have began the 12 months actually robust with what seems to be to be quick automobiles.
“It is going to be nice to work with Jack Bellotti once more as our race engineer who was my race engineer for our Bathurst 6 Hour automobile.
“I’m assured that all year long the crew will proceed this momentum and are available enduro season JLB and I’ll make a robust mixture.”
Group proprietor Matt Stone welcomes Ojeda again to the enduro fold.
“We’re happy to welcome Jayden again as a Truck Help Racing co-driver for a 3rd 12 months in a row,” mentioned Stone.
“Jayden is aware of the crew nicely and matches in seamlessly, which supplies plenty of continuity.
“We’ve invested plenty of time in him over these years as an MSR driver and sit up for pairing him up with Jack Le Brocq for the enduro season in 2023.
“They’re each driving very nicely and will probably be a robust mixture at Sandown and Bathurst.”
There are not any simply eight seats on the enduro grids left to be confirmed.
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* Pairing not but confirmed