Since first turning the wheel aged 8, 19-year-old Lamborghini Young Driver James Pull has been proving himself as one-to-watch for the future.
After taking the karting world by storm in Asia, James moved up to compete at the highest levels of Karting in Europe.
In 2015 James hit the ground running during his debut single-seater season, competing in the ultra-competitive MSA Formula Championship, and in 2016 James finished 4th in the British Formula 4 Championship with Carlin Motorsport.
After an exceptional showing of talent and pace James ended the 2017 season as both BRDC British F3 Vice-Champion and Rookie-Champion, one of only two drivers to visit the podium at least once at every round contested.
In 2018 James moved into GT car racing in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Championship. With 5 wins and 17 podiums in total, James secured the vice championships in both Asia and the Middle East and created history by becoming the first ever British Super Trofeo European race winner.
2019 marks James second year in GT cars, graduating after an impressive debut season in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series, to GT3, where he will race in the Blancpain GT Endurance Cup with Barwell Motorsport.
James Pull showed his ability while battling at the front of the pack during the second round of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup at his home track, Silverstone Circuit, but left with a feeling of what could have been given his performance over the weekend.
After making an impressive debut in GT racing last year, James Pull is set to continue his strong form as he joins Barwell Motorsport for 2019, contesting the Silver Cup class of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup.
Lamborghini Junior Driver James Pull took to the track last weekend in Vallelunga, Italy, for a mammoth weekend of racing, competing in the finale of both the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia and Europe Championships as well as the Lamborghini World Final.
Taking his first win in the European Lamborghini Super Trofeo Championship this weekend at Spa-Francorchamps - 18 year old James Pull entered the history books as the first British race winner in the 10 year history of the event.