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Chloe Chambers to represent Haas in 2024 F1 Academy

Formula Regional Oceania and Porsche GT4 race winner Chloe Chambers joins the Campos Racing line up in a Haas partnership for the 2024 F1 Academy championship.

Photo credits: Andy Kruy

Campos Racing adds another driver to its F1 Academy roster with today's announcement of American driver Chloe Chambers, who joins previously confirmed Carrie Schreiner (Sauber) at the Spanish squad.

Chambers, 19, is the latest driver to make the move to F1 Academy championship, designed to provide a pathway for female junior drivers on the single seater ladder, with direct support of F1 teams and a capped budget. Chloe is the second US American to be confirmed on the grid - joining Williams Academy's Lia Block - and will race under the banner of Haas F1 Team, in an all-American partnership.

“I’m super excited to be driving for MoneyGram Haas F1 Team with Campos Racing in F1 Academy", Chambers commented. "Having the backing of Haas is going to open many doors for new experiences and it’s going to be a place where I can learn."

Chambers' involvement in motorsport started in karting aged 8 and soon impressed with notable results in the Mini Rok, Junior and X30 categories - including a third place in the 2019 SKUSA Supernationals, before stepping up to single seaters in 2021. While her career took off, Chambers also appeared on the US television program 'America's Got Talent: Extreme', where she challenged TV personality Simon Cowell in a slalom competition.

A Guinness World Record holder in the same discipline, Chloe contested the competitive Formula 4 US Championship in 2021, having also been awarded the PMH Powering Diversity Scholarship. In a grid of over 20 cars in F4 US, Chambers was soon battling around the top-10, which she reached at Mid Ohio Sports Car Course with her first point-scoring result.

With only one year of single seater experience under her belt, Chambers was then invited for the W Series selections; she was among the 15 new candidates at Inde Motorsports Ranch, Arizona, and then advanced to the second stage in Barcelona. Her performances were convincing enough to land her a seat at Jenner Racing, alongside two-time champion Jamie Chadwick.

At series debut, Chambers claimed a top ten in Miami, and was then close to more point-paying results at Silverstone, Hungaroring and Singapore. Often the fastest of the rookies, Chambers was selected by FIA Formula 3 for the second edition of the female-oriented test at Magny Cours, where the American had the chance to drive the Dallara F3 car.

In early 2023, Chambers contested the prestigious Toyota Formula Regional Oceania. In New Zealand's premier racing series, Chloe had a very promising first half of the season, scoring a streak of 7 top tens in a row - including a fifth place at Highlands Motorsport Park.

Her masterpiece would come at the season finale, where she became the first woman to score a pole position - and then to win a race - in the history of the series.

With ninth in the standings, Chambers earned a FIA Super License point.

Chambers then moved to sports car racing - and had a remarkably competitive campaign at her debut in Porsche Sprint Challenge North America, where she collected 7 wins, 3 pole positions and 8 podiums out of 12 races. Having missed the opening double-header at Sebring, Chambers missed out on the title, but clearly showcased her talent and potential in in GT racing - which put the young talent on Porsche's radar: she was in fact soon enrolled in the Porsche Junior Driver Program as well as the Deluxe Female Driver Development Program within the Porsche North America's platform.

After such momentum, Chloe Chambers will tackle a new challenge as she returns to Formula 4 competitions in the all-female series with Campos Racing. Chloe - who has previously raced the US-spec F4 car - has tested the Tatuus T421 on a couple of occasions and will focus on adapting to the new machinery.

"I’m excited to be going to Miami for Haas’ and my home race, that’s a race I’m looking forward to", she continued. "It’s my first season in F1 Academy, so I’m looking forward to getting good results and developing as a driver. I did some testing over the winter with Campos Racing, and the team and I work very well together.”

The first of the seven scheduled rounds will go underway at the Jeddah Corniche street circuit, Saudi, on 8-9 March.

The series will visit a mix of street and permanent circuit in its first season of permanent F1 support event, including the Miami International Autodrome.

Chloe Chambers, Haas F1 Team
Photo credits: MoneyGram Haas F1 Team



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