Fulwood, who made the off-season transfer from Walkinshaw Andretti United to Brad Jones Racingwas a teacher for A massive initiative of NAPA Auto Parts since its inception last year.
He will remain in this role in the 2022 season, offering academics advice on driving, fitness, commercial and media aspects of motorsport.
“It’s great to confirm that I will continue to play my part at NAPA Auto Parts and Motorsport Academy in 2022,” Fulwood said.
“We had such a great reaction to the launch of the academy: more than 200 applications from various racing disciplines.
“It’s really cool to offer something back to mass motorsport. Some of us dream of being at the elite level of racing, and some people are happy to do it at the most professional level they can. NAPA Motorsport Academy can help, no matter where they fit into the landscape.
“I’m really looking forward to this year with Brad Jones Racing. It will be a completely new challenge for me, but I know that I am in safe hands with an extremely experienced and professional team. “
NAPA sponsorship manager Mitch Wiley added: “We are planning a big year with the NAPA Know How Motorsport Academy across Australia and New Zealand.
“Participants can expect a lot of new content and tools, as well as some really exciting prizes and impressions.
“The entire Trans Tasman NAPA team is so proud to continue our partnership with Bryce. We can’t wait to work with all of our NAPA Know How Motorsport Academy participants, as well as celebrate all the great motorsports that NAPA is involved in around the world. ”
NAPA Know How Motorsport Academy is open to mass competitors aged 13 and over based in Australia and New Zealand.
Participants of all kinds of motorsports are invited to participate, including circuit races, rallies, speedways and drag racing.