“I got given that opportunity to make it all even and obviously being a real life driver as well, I can make sure the car drives closer to real life so the guys that don’t sim race can jump straight in and it be more comparable,” he said.
“It’s been good so far, a lot of the Eseries drivers have been jumping on and having a go and there has been pretty good feedback.”
The first round on April 8 will feature races at Phillip Island and Monza.
The latter is the home of the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix, featuring several long straights that could aid overtaking.
“It should be fun, there’s a lot of drafting and there’s really big tows and stuff like that,” Kostecki said of the Monza circuit.