NEXT RACING Generation (NRG) is seeking young people from diverse backgrounds to take part in their first major Red Bull collaboration.
NRG will work with the racing giants on the production of a film, working title Made in Britain. The team is now looking for young people to take part in this historic venture as extras.
Through NRG a select number of participants, who must be over 18 years of age, could have the opportunity to be a part of the full production of this film. In addition, there’s an offer of work experience being offered by NRG, to be involved in both the pre and post production editing process.
“I am delighted with this opportunity created by Red Bull, says, Carol Glenn, Founder of NRG. “We’re looking forward to collaborating with them on this incredible venture.”
NRG founded by the UK’s first Black woman to become a licensed race official was formally launched in March. Its vision is to dramatically improve diversity within the motorsport sector.
Through its initiatives young ambitious people, in particular those from underrepresented groups will be given the opportunity to access the world of motorsport. They will be given the tools required to take part in all areas from race mechanics, marshalling, E-sports through to Karting in Bambino to F1 rookie status and onwards.
“This is a real chance for youngsters to get involved in a project which could lead to a life changing experience,” added Carol.
Anyone interested in participating in this venture must register their interest by April 30. Filming will commence on May 24.