Since first turning the wheel aged 8, 18-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 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.
Driving the famous Suzuka Circuit in Japan can be challenging for even the most experienced of drivers, so for James Pull to come away with two podiums on his circuit debut was no mean feat.
James Pull once again proved himself as a rising star in GT racing at this weekend’s Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe race at the world-famous Silverstone Circuit, claiming yet another podium to add to his impressive record.
British-Malaysian driver, James Pull, confirmed his status as an up and coming star of the future with the recent announcement of his inclusion in the highly coveted Lamborghini Young Driver programme.
Rapidly making his mark as one of the most promising young GT drivers, James Pull took to the track for the opening round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe series this weekend. With the taste of success still fresh from his debut in the Middle East, James and new teammate Kelvin Snoeks enjoyed a duo of podium celebrations in Monza.