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F1 2023

Who are the 2023 F1 Academy drivers?

With the inaugural F1 Academy season set to begin on 28 April, the full line-up for the grid has now been confirmed.

Abbi Pulling W Series Spain 2022
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The complete 2023 F1 Academy grid has now been confirmed, with all 15 drivers set to take part in the inaugural season having been announced.

There are some familiar faces set to compete in the all-female category, which aims to help in preparing young female drivers to progress through the ranks of motorsport.

Amongst those are several names to have previously raced in W Series, including Abbi Pulling, Nerea Marti and Marta Garcia, who will drive for Rodin Carlin, Campos Racing and Prema Racing respectively.

The MP Motorsport squad will have siblings in their line-up, with Amna Al Qubaisi and Hamda Al Qubaisi racing alongside each other.

Each of the five teams field three drivers, and the seven-round season kicks off in Spielberg, Austria on the weekend of 28-29 April.

Check out the full 2023 F1 Academy driver line-up below...

2023 F1 Academy drivers and teams

Team Driver Age Nationality
ART Grand Prix Lena Buhler 25 Swiss
ART Grand Prix Carrie Schreiner 24 German
ART Grand Prix Chloe Grant 17 British
Campos Racing Nerea Marti 21 Spanish
Campos Racing Lola Lovinfosse 17 French
Campos Racing Maite Caceres 19 Uruguayan
MP Motorsport Amna Al Qubaisi 22 Emirati
MP Motorsport Hamda Al Qubaisi 20 Emirati
MP Motorsport Emely de Heus 20 Dutch
Prema Racing Bianca Bustamante 18 Filipino
Prema Racing Chloe Chong 15 British
Prema Racing Marta Garcia 22 Spanish
Rodin Carlin Jessica Edgar 18 British
Rodin Carlin Abbi Pulling 20 British
Rodin Carlin Megan Gilkes 22 Canadian

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