17 year old Territorian Bryce Fullwood is an up-and-coming racer in the V8 Supercar Development Series.
The Darwin Go Kart Champion jumped straight from karts into a V8 Supercar with his first race at the 2015 Clipsal 500 at just 16 years of age. On debut, Fullwood qualified 22nd out of 28 entries, showing potential in the highly contested class.
Fullwood is a Junior National Light Australian Go Kart Champion, having won the coveted national title in 2013 by an impressive 3.6 seconds as well as amassing eight state and territory titles in Junior National Light and Junior Rotax categories.
He has also participated at international level representing Australia at the Rotax Worlds in Valencia, Spain in 2014 where he qualified third; as well as contesting and earning podium finishes at two Junior Rotax Invitational events in Thailand in 2013; and later that year competing at the Super Nationals in Las Vegas, storming home to third place in the final from 20th position.
Fullwood was named as the Australian Foundation Junior Development driver for the Prodrive Racing Australia Academy in November 2014 and tackled the 2015 V8 Supercars Development Series with Paul Morris Motorsport.
Fullwood’s 2016 campaign begins in a MARC Mazda 3 V8 at the 2016 Bathurst 12 Hour.
|Prodrive Racing Academy: Foundation Junior Development Driver|
|2014||Australian representative: 2014 Rotax Worlds – Valencia, Spain|
|2013||Las Vegas SuperNationals||3rd (Junior Rotax)|
|Go-Karting: 8 state & territory titles (Junior National Light & Junior Rotax)|
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