For Cameron Hill it would be the motor sport equivalent of being the Canberra Raiders or the ACT Brumbies - representing his city on the national stage.
Hill would love nothing more than to be part of a Supercars return to Canberra.
The 24-year-old was excited by the revelations three entrepreneurs were looking to reignite the sport in the capital with a race at Exhibition Park - potentially as early as 2023 - after working on the project for three years.
They're hoping to meet with the ACT government this month, with their grand plan including the potential of being the Supercars grand finale in two years' time.
It would end what's currently been a 19-year drought, with the Canberra 400 held in the Parliamentary triangle from 2000-02, and also ensure Supercars was a truly national series.
It was an exciting prospect for Hill, who was leading the Carrera Cup before the latest series of lockdowns around the country put it on hold after just three rounds.
He's won six and finished second twice in the nine races so far to sit 80 points clear at the top of the standings.
Hill's goal was to make it to Supercars, where he would love nothing more than to be driving in a home race.
"I heard whispers about it a long time ago and I went, 'Wouldn't that be nice'," he said.
"But it seems that it's got a little bit more meat to it now ... and everyone's getting excited and nostalgic about racing in Canberra.
"If it were to happen that would be very exciting - especially for me now, being it might be a track I get to race on.
"It would be amazing. I have my own aspirations to make it into V8 Supercars full-time and it would be a really special feeling to be able to race in front of a home crowd - sort of like us Canberrans all get behind the Raiders and Brumbies when they play, you'd hope I could represent Canberra on the main stage."
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Hill grew up at race tracks thanks to his father Colin's involvement in the sport and he had vague memories of going to the Canberra 400 when he was five years old.
Now he's biding his time for the Carrera Cup to resume, having not raced since the Townsville round in July.
The fourth round, in Winton, has been pencilled in for the start of October.
"I won six races on the trot and I was leading the Porsche Carrera Cup championship by a long way," Hill said.
"But I haven't been able to have any events since Townsville so we're sort of in a holding pattern.
"Definitely looking at using the momentum I'm starting to build to work my way into the Supercars grid."