Sauber Academy’s Léna Bühler is set to make a further step forward in the motorsport ladder in 2024, as she prepares to debut in the Formula Regional European Championship. The Swiss driver, who was the 2023 F1 Academy runner-up, will continue racing for ART Grand Prix, proudly supported by Sauber Academy
Browsing: Women in Motorsport
Not since Jutta Kleinschmidt stood upon the top step of the elite cars in 2001 has a woman claimed a title in the Dakar, however Cristina Gutiérrez has made history as the winner of the Challenger class and just the second woman ever to take the top step overcoming a 25-minute deficit.
Cristina Gutiérrez made history by winning the Dakar Rally and becoming the first woman in 23 years to secure this prestigious title. Triumphing in the Challenger category during stage 12 alongside co-driver Pablo Moreno, the Spaniard staged an impressive comeback, overcoming a 25-minute deficit behind Mitch Guthrie Jr. with unmatched determination.
Japanese Karting Star Sara Matsui and French F4 Champion Alessandro Giusti to join Williams Racing Driver Academy
In the dusty expanse of Saudi Arabia’s Empty Quarter, the largest continuous desert on earth, Dakar Rally enthusiasts encountered a new frontier – the 48-hour Chrono Stage. Episode Five of ‘In The Dust’ unfolds the gripping narrative of survival in the desert as Spanish Challenger category driver Cristina Gutiérrez Herrero and Austrian rookie biker Tobias Ebster recount their journey through this unprecedented Dakar challenge.
After placing 2nd in the 2023 Bathurst 6-hour, Team Buccini Racing returns for the 2024 Bathurst 6-hour with two out of the three drivers from their 2023 campaign, Karlie Buccini and Courtney Prince.
The Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA) is pleased to announce that Patricia (Trish) Crossin AM has been elected as an Independent Director of the ANDRA Board.
There is a new addition to Sauber’s roster of young, talented drivers, as Carrie Schreiner is announced as the team’s contender in the 2024 F1 Academy series. The 25-year-old German driver will be representing the team in the second season of the all-female series, racing one of the Campos Racing entries in Sauber’s colours.
Jessica’s replica helmet is now available on her website – the only catch – you must live in the UK or have a UK address to ship to, something Jessica says she’ll fix for the next run! Sign us up now for a piece of history!
Goodwood is delighted to announce that Indy NXT driver and three-time W Series Champion Jamie Chadwick will make her Goodwood racing debut at 81st Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport (13 & 14 April).