Morcom dominated throughout his junior karting years, winning the Australian Junior Kart Championship in 2008 and a handful of State Championships in 2007.
Based on his karting profile, Morcom was rewarded with an Australian Formula Ford drive from 2008 – 2010, where he was competitive mid-field throughout the three series he competed in.
Morcom also contested in recognised categories such as the Toyota Racing Series, Australian Formula 3 Series, Australian Driver’s Championships from 2011 – 2014, where he continued to make powerful strides in competing in bigger racing series.
Furthermore, Morcom drove in the 2014 ADAC GT Masters in Germany, driving for Farnbacher Racing in a Porsche GT3 where he placed 10th in the Series.
Morcom’s most successful year in 2016 came on the end of some massive results around the Australian Circuit.
He was the Australian Endurance Champion and landed a 3rd place finish in the Australian GT Championship, driving a McLaren 650s with Tekno Motorsport throughout the GT calendar.
In a stellar year that already was, Morcom also won the World Time Attack at Sydney Motorsport Park as well as winning the Bathurst 6 Hour alongside Supercars Driver Chaz Mostert.
Morcom made his debut in the Dunlop Super2 Series in with Eggleston Motorsport in 2017, driving Shane van Gisbergen’s 2016 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship-winning Commodore.
Despite a lean year on points, Morcom finished his rookie campaign strongly with 3 top finishes in each of his last three races. He ended up 13th in the Championship, with a best result of 7th throughout the Series.
Morcom also found success again through the Bathurst 6 Hour, with a 2nd place finish again alongside Supercars Driver Chaz Mostert. In what could have been a back-to-back title for the pair, their gear selector broke with 2 laps remaining while leading, with a 2nd place finish the best they could salvage.
Furthermore, Morcom backed up his World Time Attack win in 2016 with a 2nd place finish at Sydney Motorsport Park for the 2017 Event.