“So to kind of mix it up and start last and have different grid positions for each race is very good fun and different to most series.
“I’m hoping that it’s good to watch from the outside; when I watched it, it’s been good.”
Norris, who is competing for WAU via the Holden team’s part-owner Zak Brown also being McLaren CEO, will be back in action for Round 6 tomorrow night at Circuit of the Americas.
He’s looking forward to again taking on Supercars’ brightest talents.
“Being able to race against the drivers in here like Shane [van Gisbergen], Scotty [McLaughlin], a lot of them who have been doing it for years and are frontrunners and championship winners in a different category and not just Formula 1,” said Norris.
“To race against these other drivers is a pleasure because you don’t get to do it that much in real life.”
Norris placed seventh in F1’s visit to COTA last year for the United States Grand Prix.
Qualifying will get underway at 6pm AEST Wednesday, with three races, including one reverse grid, taking place from 7-9pm.