Budding Kiwi drivers have the opportunity to be tutored by current Supercars driver Bryce Fullwood.
The lead Walkinshaw Andretti United driver is the main man in the new initiative called the NAPA Know How Motorsport Academy.
The online academy provides the most promising junior drivers from Australia and New Zealand with advice into several aspects of motorsport, including race craft, engaging with sponsorship, and data analysis.
Any driver aged 13 and up can apply, and the winners will be hand-selected to take part in the programme.
They will also receive a $1000 career kickstart bonus.
“Motorsport can be a really tricky game to succeed in, and the aim of the academy is to help drivers and teams navigate their way through some of the hazards and get the most out of their careers,” Fullwood said.
“For those who gain access to the portal, they’ll find information from me about race day preparation, goal setting and your support network.”
One academy winner will also be awarded an all-expenses-paid visit to the Supercars season finale on the Gold Coast in December.
They will be embedded within the WAU team for an entire weekend, engaging with pitstop practice, team debriefs and tune in with the engineers during the race.
New Zealanders can apply here: https://www.napa.co.nz/academy/