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Jason Webbs Monstane Image Credit: SA Hot Rods
Jason Webbs Monstane Image Credit: SA Hot Rods

Jason Webb's Monstane

Jason has been behind the wheel of a race car since the age of 8. He started racing go karts at the age of 14 where he found his passion for drifting at the age of 16. After 5 months of intense training, he entered his first competition in 2011 and came second.

Jason led the championship for most of 2011 but due to a change in teams, he ended up 3rd. In 2012, Jason had his own car and went private along with Monster Energy signing him on as an athlete. Through the course of 2012, Jason had some teething issues with the new car but still managed to finish second in the championship. Jason dominated the both the 2013 and 2015 seasons, making him a double national champion. 2016 saw Jason focus on his profile and international profile doing media/TV activations, Monster Energy film projects and impressing on the world stage at the notorious Gatebil festival in Norway.

2017 is set to be Jason’s biggest year yet as he sets out to win another RSA championship in a brand new custom drift machine and to go bigger than ever before with media and film projects and continue to break onto the world stage with his return to Gatebil and races in Europe and UAE

Jason Webb needed a new car as his Monster Energy S13 Nissan with a 2JZGTE motor was getting tired after years of rubbing and racing. While at a race event Jason Webb, Ryan Franklin from Monster Energy and Joe van Zyl from SA HotRods Magazine devised a cunning plan for Jason’s 2017 season. It was time to take things to a new Level, however first they needed a new car.

After a few phone calls and back to back emails, Jason, Joe and Ryan were on a plane to JHB to meet the guys from LAZ Performance and Roush South Africa.

After a lengthy meeting, agr

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