At the age of just 17, Emily Linscott has already achieved a lot in her career, despite only getting involved in motorsport 4 years ago. After winning awards such as Young Driver of the Year and Best Fan Engagement at the Motorsport Awards, being named in the Motorsport UK Academy Squad for 2020 and becoming […]Read More Emily Linscott: “I’m definitely ‘fan-powered’ this season”
Over the last few weeks, W series has announced its longlist of the 60 drivers who will battle it out later this month to try and secure one of the 18 places on the inaugural grid in May 2019. Within those 60 racers there are over 25 countries represented, and the UK is no exception. […]Read More W Series Qualifiers: The Brits hoping to make the final grid.
Most children wanting to pursue a career in motorsport often start at a local karting track and work upwards from there, but this was not the case for Katie Milner. Daughter of a 2-time British Rally Champion, Katie started in the lesser-known Autograss series as her father did and then had to transition onto tarmac, […]Read More Katie Milner: “I want to prove that I’m not just there to make up the numbers”
Growing up with a life split between Scotland and the UAE, Logan Hannah’s life and racing career has never been conventional. Now racing in the recently formed F4UAE Championship, she is hoping to continue the success she has already had with the ultimate aim of racing in IndyCar. Having won Karting Magazine’s Female Driver of […]Read More Logan Hannah: “when I got my first shot in a go-kart, I knew it was something I didn’t want to stop”
As the first female and youngest person to win the British GT Championship, Jamie Chadwick is fast making a name for herself in the motorsport world. Last year she competed in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship finishing 9th out 23, and is also known for competing in the Ginetta Junior Championship. I spoke to her […]Read More Jamie Chadwick: “I will have to work as hard as I can to get to the top and achieve that success”