20-year-old Marta García began racing at the age of ten. After impressing, she soon started competing nationally before entering international karting championships such as WSK (World Series Karting) Cup and the CIK-FIA Karting Academy Trophy, with the young driver winning the latter in 2015. The following year, Marta made her car racing debut in the […]Read More Marta García: “My target this year is to do my best and be fighting for the championship”
History was made on Friday when 20 extremely talented racing drivers (18 permanent and 2 reserve drivers) took the track in Germany driving identical Formula 3 cars. What made this special was all of these racers were female. The first race weekend of the W Series calendar saw both wet and dry running, testing the drivers ability […]Read More W SERIES: Race 1, Hockenheim
With the selection process for the inaugural W Series fast approaching, 60 qualifiers will have to be whittled down to only 18. Spain and France are countries that are well represented at the highest level of motorsport and have been for some time, so who are the drivers hoping to continue this representation onto the […]Read More W Series Qualifiers: Who are the French and Spanish drivers hoping to make the cut?
Karting is where most drivers start with it being the gateway into other series. Marta Garcia is one of Spain’s best young prospects in motorsport having raced in World Series Karting, European and Spanish Karting Championships, Formula 4 and next season is hoping to be racing GT cars. She has also worked with the FIA’s […]Read More Marta Garcia: “Chase your dreams and never ever give up”