Fans will have the chance to show off their tipping prowess by best guessing how qualifying will shake out in the Repco Supercars Pro Eseries.
With similar initiatives proving vastly popular in other sports, members of the public will be asked to guess which driver will take pole position in a specified session and what lap time they will achieve it with, to three decimal places.
Branded the Qoin Pole Predictor, fans are directed to head here to complete the required entry form and make their selection.
A weekly prize of $500 AUD in Australia and New Zealand’s newest digital currency, Qoin, is up for grabs.
Qoin will match that prize for each driver that takes pole in the corresponding session.
For Round 2 action next Tuesday, the competition will centre on opening qualifying at Montreal, which will set the grid for Race 4 of the virtual season.
“Qoin’s move into the Supercars Eseries is certainly an exciting time for the brand,” said Qoin chief marketing officer Andrew Barker.
“Being a new Digital Currency, Qoin was looking at high profile opportunities in the digital space like the Eseries as the future of sport alongside the future of money.
“The Eseries brings with it, a really diverse dynamic of viewers and with the Qoin wallet open to be downloaded by all consumers and business owners, this is a great opportunity for us to share the difference Qoin brings to society.”
Dayne Warren leads the 2020 Repco Supercars Pro Eseries standings by 30 points, following a series of penalties applied to his Walkinshaw Andretti United teammate Josh Rogers after Round 1.