British racing rising star Jordan King began karting in 2005, competing in national, European and World Championships. He moved to single-seaters in 2010 and won the British Formula 3 title in 2013 with Carlin. Having achieved seven podium finishes in the European F3 series in 2014, he moved up to acknowledged F1 proving ground GP2 for 2015 and achieved his first GP2 podium at Spa-Francorchamps. Jordan then caught the eye of the Manor Marussia F1 team, which signed him as a development driver. In the same year, Jordan was named winner of the 2015 FIA Institute Driver of The Year. Two more seasons in Formula 2 followed before Jordan made the step up to IndyCar for the 2018 season. Joining Ed Carpenter Racing, Jordan contested the street and road courses of the season and Jordan showed his natural ability, setting a new lap record at St.Petersburg in his first race. In addition to this Jordan was also a two-time Fast 6 qualifier. For 2019, Jordan will make his debut at the iconic Indy 500 as he joins Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing whilst also making his debut in the WEC with Jackie Chan DC Racing in the LMP2 category.