DRIVE YOUR DREAMS
Enter and you'll drive our $600,000 Audi R8 LMS
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What You Win
You could be driving our $600,000 Audi R8 LMS GT3 against the best GT racers from Australia and overseas in the 2020 Bathurst 12 Hour.
"If you don’t have the money for racing then ADS is the only way to get an opportunity and move up the ranks. Even if you don’t win the experience is worth it in itself to drive real race cars"
- Jaie Robson, 2016 ADS Pro Comp Winner
Limited spots available
2 Easy Options to Secure Your Spot
One time payment
Drive our Audi R8 LMS GT3 race car and be judged by a professional racing driver. Qualify in the top 5 & drive again for free at our finale. You could win a drive in the 2020 Bathurst 12 HourApply Now
Normal Price + 10%
Flexible repayments from $99 to $206 per week
Secure your spot with regular weekly or monthly payments. Your entry will be fully paid off before the event and then you can hit the track for your chance to win a drive in the Bathurst 12 Hour.Apply Now
Drive the real deal
Our cars are real race cars as raced on TV at all the big events
Each year, we appoint some of Australia's best drivers as our judges to ensure that all of our competitors get the best coaching available and are also judged by those with real experience at the top levels of Australian motorsport.
Tony D’Alberto - Head Judge
Super2 Series Championship Winner and current DJR team Penske Co Driver
Recently Retired Full Time Supercars & Current Co-Driver for Team 18
Former Full Time Supercars Driver & Bathurst 1000 Winner
5 Time Porsche Carrera Cup Champion
3 Time V8 Utes Series Champion
Current Super2 Driver & BJR Main Game Co-Driver
Official Driver of the Porsche Michelin Junior Team Australia
2016 Toyota 86 Racing Series and Australian Formula 4 Championship Winner
2016 ADS Pro Comp Winner, Grand Prix Round Winner in the Australian GT
Current Super 2 & Former V8 Utes & Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Driver
- May 28: Phillip Island Circuit, Victoria
- June 4: Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW
- June 19: The Bend Motorsport Park, SA
- July 17: Morgan Park Raceway, QLD
- August 14: Barbagallo Raceway, Western Australia
- December 4-5: Wakefield Park Raceway, NSW (finale)
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.
How is it judged?
The competition is judged on a number of areas including speed, consistency, mechanical sympathy and car control. The competition is mostly judged from the judges feedback with lap times not carrying much weight in regards to judging.
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.
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