The 2018 winner of the category now known as the Kumho Super3 Series, Tyler Everingham steps up to the Dunlop Super2 Series.
The 18-year-old clinched last year’s V8 Touring Car Series in emphatic fashion at the final round, sweeping The Bend's three races to leave his win total for the season at eight.
Everingham was introduced to racing at age 10, hopping behind the wheel of a go-kart thanks to a family friend, and was quick from the word go.
That initial taste grew into a karting career of racing among the elite at state and national level, claiming the NSW Clubman Light title in 2015.
In 2016, just a couple of months past his 15th birthday, Everingham became the youngest driver to tackle the Australian Formula 4 Championship.
Finishing seventh overall in his rookie season was followed by a maiden race win at Phillip Island on Everingham's way to fifth in the 2017 points.
He also made his sedan debut in the Australian Production Car Series that year in a pointer to the future direction, Everingham claiming the Class C title aboard a Renault Megane.
Along with claiming the 2018 V8 Touring Cars title, Everingham finished second in class at the Bathurst 12 Hour, joining Supercars rookie Garry Jacobson and Grant Denyer aboard a V8-powered MARC Cars Mazda.
Everingham steps up to drive a Nissan Altima in Super2, but stays with MW Motorsport, with which he excelled in Super3.
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