What Licence Do I Need?
To compete in Aussie Driver Search you do not need a civil drivers licence however you do require a CAMS L2S Licence or higher. This licence is very easy to obtain and can be done online or in the morning of the event if you do not currently hold one.
What safety gear do I need?
Neck to ankle clothing and enclosed shoes are all that are required to compete in Aussie Driver Search. If you have proper racing gear you are more than welcome to use it. We supply helmets with Stilo intercoms so that you can speak to your judge
What happens if I damage a car?
We feel our biggest insurance policy is the instructors who will be judging each competitor however Aussie Driver Search has insurance available to all competitors which will cover you in the unlikely event of an incident. This dramatically reduces the financial risk involved with entering the competition.
What experience do I need?
The Pro Competition is aimed at drivers who already have car racing experience at a state or national level. However some people enter the Pro Comp purely for the experience of driving a real V8 Supercar.
Am I being judged?
In our normal competition sessions, the expert judge is a highly experienced racing driver sitting next to you whilst you drive our cars on track. Although they won't be judging your driving they are monitoring everything you do and are there to keep you safe and ensure you get the best out of the car and yourself.
Are their age limits?
The minimum age to compete is 16 years old unless the driver has a CAMS Provisional Circuit Licence or higher. There is no maximum age as long as you are fit to drive a motor vehicle. test
- May 28: Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW
- June 12: The Bend Motorsport Park, South Australia
- June 25: Winton Motor Raceway, Victoria
- July 12: Morgan Park Raceway, Queensland
- August 31: Barbagallo Raceway, Western Australia
- September 20: Phillip Island Circuit, Victoria
- October 24: Norwell Motorplex, Queensland
- November 5-6: Wakefield Park Raceway, NSW
- December 11-12: Wakefield Park Raceway, NSW (finale)
Have you got what it takes?
Win a full season in the 2019 Dunlop Super2 Series