From The Start

Chloe’s Background & Journey

Chloe Grant

At only 18 years old, Chloe is a Girls on Track Ambassador with Motorsport UK, part of Scotland’s national racing team, Écurie Écosse, and has 4 championship titles to her name.

Since winning her scholarship in 2021, Chloe has pursued the single-seater pathway to Formula 1. Firstly, competing in the 2022 GB4 Championship across the UK and then joining the new for 2023 F1 support series, F1 Academy.

Alongside her professional achievements, Chloe has had the pleasure of many opportunities since her career began in 2013.

Chloe has raced alongside Formula 1 at the United States Grand Prix, piloted Sir Chris Hoy in an off-road Odessey, and sprinted up the long driveway to a Scottish castle in her F4 race car at the Sir Jackie Stewart Classic – to name a few.

2013 - 2014

Chloe was familiar with her local kart track from 7 years old, accompanying her eldest sister most weekends.

Although she wasn’t old enough to race, Chloe took advantage of the time she had in her cadet kart on practice days.

One year and countless laps later, Chloe entered the East of Scotland Kart Club Cadet Championship and was awarded Best Newcomer at the end of the 2014 season.

2015 - 2016

Over the next two years, Chloe, again, contested the cadet class series. She wrapped up 2015 – her first full season no longer a rookie – 3rd in the championship.

Returning for another season in 2016, Chloe earned herself the ESKC Cadet Vice-Champion title.

2017 - 2018

At 11 years old, Chloe graduated from the Cadet class to Minimax, winning the ESKC Minimax Championship (non-MSA).

At the same time, she was awarded with Most Improved Minimax Driver of The Year.


2019 saw the natural progression from Minimax to Junior Max, where Chloe undertook 5 championships.

Notably, Chloe claimed the 2019 ESKC Junior Club Champion title, was runner-up in the Northern Challenge and the NSKC Junior Championship, and placed 3rd in the GKC Junior Championship.


Chloe was to compete in the 2020 British Kart Championship until lockdown put a hold on any plans.

By the time racing returned in Scotland and the UK, Chloe contested both the CKRC and NKF Championships finishing 1st and 3rd, respectively.

At the end of the year, Chloe was awarded the Junior GoldStar and Kart Sport Champion awards by the British Woman Racing Drivers Club.

Notably, 2020 was the year Chloe became the youngest driver to gain a Motorsport UK Racing Driver’s License, at only 13 years old.


In 2021, Chloe won a scholarship to compete in the Junior Saloon Car Championship, awarding her a full season’s drive in the series.

The first race of the season came only 2 weeks later, giving a small window to secure a national racing license. Determined as ever, Chloe didn’t let anything slow her down.

Chloe visited 9 circuits across the UK, finishing 14th out of a 37-strong grid.


2022 saw the inaugural GB4 Championship and Chloe’s single-seater debut.

Across 8 rounds at the UK’s 5 most prominent circuits, Chloe achieved her best finish at Brands Hatch in 4th place and concluded the championship in 9th out of 21 drivers.


Continuing the pursuit of her single-seater progression, Chloe joined the all-new F1 Academy, supported by Formula 1, for 2023.

Chloe teamed with the championship-winning French outfit, ART Grand Prix. Together they contested all 6 rounds in Europe with the season finale at the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.

Chloe’s season was thrown off-track at the fifth round at Monza, Italy when she suffered a huge crash. Chloe had to forfeit the remaining races of this round, dropping 3 places in the championship in one weekend.

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