HE MIGHT not be old enough to drive yet, but that won't stop 12-year-old Ryan Queale being the legend of his school after winning a new Mazda 3.
The Riverside boy won the luxury model after entering a North Melbourne Football Club sponsorship raffle.
His grandfather entered the Horsham Primary School student in the raffle.
Ryan is not a North Melbourne supporter but mum Julie Queale said the win had convinced Ryan to look into barracking for the blue and white.
"Ryan was beside himself, he was so excited," she said.
"He actually barracks for Western Bulldogs but he has told North Melbourne that they were now his second favourite team and he will look at buying a membership with his pocket money.''
Ryan will keep the car until he is old enough to drive it - though his parents might have the new title of chauffeur for the next few years.
Morrow Motor Group in Horsham presented the vehicle to Ryan and Mrs Queale.
Ryan thanked Mazda, North Melbourne, Morrow Motor Group and Pops for the new toy.
He said he was looking forward to driving the car when he was older.
"I already know how to drive though," he said.
Second prize in North Melbourne's raffle was a trip to Tasmania, won by the Brown family, also of Horsham.