Supercars will offer the chance for one fan to compete in the BP Supercars All Stars ESeries as a wildcard.
Supercars has seen an array of high-profile wildcards competing in its Esports series, including Formula 1 talent Max Verstappen and Lando Norris.
The category will conduct an iRacing shootout for fans to compete for a wildcard slot in the eighth round of the series, at the Imola and Interlagos circuits.
In a dedicated session backed b BP, participants will lap the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, with the winner being selected from the five best times set. The competition is open until 9pm NZT on May 18.
BP’s General Manager – Marketing & Innovation, Adam Arnold, said the brand is excited to offer fans the opportunity to compete against the sports elite.
“I think anyone that has watched the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries would love to be given the chance to compete against the entire field of Supercars drivers, and this competition will give them that exact opportunity.
“To race against all these amazing drivers in a live event that will be broadcast on TVs and streamed right around Australia really is a dream come true for Australian motorsport fans.
“As the official fuel supplier for Supercars, we are proud to continue to support the Eseries to help bring some entertainment and positivity to everyone during this time.”
There is a slight problem for those living in New Zealand – the competition is only open to Australian residents. Pity.