ART Grand Prix is delighted to confirm the signing of their third and final driver in the new all-female F1 Academy series, Scottish driver Chloe Grant, who will race alongside Léna Bülher and Carrie Schreiner.
Chloe started her racing career at the tender age of 7, racing in the East of Scotland Kart Club where she secured the award for best up and coming driver for the 2014 season. Remaining here for the next two years, she finished 3rd then 2nd before moving on to Minimax, securing the ESKC Junior championship.
In 2020, aged just 13, Chloe became the youngest driver to secure a Motorsport UK Junior Racing Driver License in Scotland. With Covid lockdowns behind her, she went on to win the CKRC Championship and the BWRDC Kart Sport Championship.
2022 saw her take part in the GB4 Championship’s inaugural season where she finished 9th overall, securing 10 top 10 finishes from 12 races in the second half of the year.
“I am really excited to contest this season with ART Grand Prix. We share the same ambition for winning and with the history and victory that ART Grand Prix carries, I look forward to seeing what we can achieve together. It’s a privilege to join their long list of successful and talented drivers. The F1 Academy presents an opportunity to us female drivers that we haven’t seen before, and I know we have a competitive inaugural grid. I can’t wait to get started!”
“ART Grand Prix is happy to accompany Chloe in her first year of international competition. Last season, she showed a glimpse of her talent and determination, which had already enabled her to have a great career in karting. This development corresponds perfectly to the philosophy of our Company, which is proud to participate in this new sporting and individual journey.”