- The potential winner must be 16 before the season starts next year
- Scholarship includes media training and a driver interview to assess full potential
The sophomore season of the Electric Racing Academy (ERA) Championship will see a €150,000 scholarship offered to one driver.
Applicants need to book in a one-day testing session to be in with a chance of winning the scholarship.
Any driver of any age can participate, but they must be 16 before the season starts next year.
ERA will also include media training and a driver interview to assess the full potential of the driver.
The selected winner will receive the use of an ERA racecar and entry to pre-season testing and all rounds of the 2023 season.
As it stands, the championship will consist of five rounds across Europe in support of the International Automobile Federation (FIA) e-Touring Car World Cup (ETCR) between March and August 2023.
The current season of ERA has been met with numerous challenges, having only managed to stage one of its planned six races so far.
A number of reserve drivers will also be selected as part of the process.