Since first turning the wheel aged 8, 18-year-old James Pull has been proving himself as one-to-watch for the future.
After taking the karting world by storm in his native Singapore, James moved up to compete at the highest levels of Karting across Asia and Europe. In 2015 James hit the ground running during his debut single-seater season competing in the ultra-competitive MSA Formula Championship (now FIA British F4).
After an exceptional showing of talent and pace James ended the season as both 2017 BRDC British F3 Vice-Champion and Rookie-Champion, one of only two drivers to visit the podium at least once at every round contended.
For 2018 James Pull is making the switch from single-seaters to GT Racing competing in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Series.
James Pull burst onto the GT scene this week, with phenomenal success in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East Series, taking four out of four wins and finishing the series as vice-champion.
In the final round of the 2017 BRDC British F3 championship, James Pull once again proved himself as one-to-watch securing the vice-champion title with a race to spare in only his rookie year in the series.
Seventeen year-old British racing driver James Pull will take to the wheel tomorrow (Thursday 29th August) at Silverstone for his first taste of the FIA European F3 machinery.
Hungry to get back behind the wheel, James Pull took to the track at Snetterton this weekend, for the penultimate round of the BRDC British F3 championship. The Singapore-born driver gave a tenacious and spirited fight across three races, to collect another hard earned podium.