James Pull’s chances of a season finale victory in the 2019 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup were thwarted with an unfortunate last-minute drive-through penalty as the #78 car went from leading the silver class and sixth overall, to finishing eighth in class.
This weekend saw one of the most famed 24 hour races on the motorsport calendar, when the world’s best GT drivers take to the track at Spa-Francorchamps to contest the Total 24 Hours of Spa. Teaming up with Barwell Motorsports once again, alongside his teammates Sandy Mitchell and Jordan Witt, James Pull engaged in a fearsome battle against the elements and a 73 car field, to claim his greatest career victory to date, winning the Silver Cup at this year’s prestigious race.
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.
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.
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.
Back at the wheel, James Pull fought to scale the podium in each of the three races at Brands Hatch this weekend. In a feat of consistency and dedication, the young British driver moved back up to 2nd in the highly-competitive British F3 championship standings.
The British F3 championship took a road trip to Europe this weekend to conquer the historic Spa-Francorchamps circuit. In a tenacious performance, James Pull gave a storming drive through the field to claim another podium and a healthy haul of points.
In a skilful display of control and pace across the weekend, James Pull powered to a trio of podiums at Silverstone. A commanding performance sees the 17 year old driver rise to 2nd in the British F3 Championship.
Proving his pace, James Pull stormed to claim pole position and two podiums in a topsy-turvy weekend at Snetterton. The young racer fought back to give a spirited performance, in an outright showing of his pace and talent, for the third round of BRDC F3 Championship.
Back at the wheel, James Pull demonstrated his superb racecraft to scale the podium at Rockingham this weekend. Bouncing back from disappointment in Race Two, the young British superstar clinched second place in a hard-fought final race.
Teaming up with the Carlin squad once more, James Pull hit the track for the BRDC F3 season opener at Oulton Park this weekend. In a thrilling display of his budding talent and a mouthwatering collection of overtakes, James fought to scale the podium twice, alongside his Carlin teammates.
James Pull will be back with Carlin for the 2017 season – making the step up, this time, to the BRDC British F3 Championship.
James Pull finished the season on a high with a brilliant win in the F4 British Championship this weekend (1-2 Oct).The 16-year-old Carlin racer ensured he left his mark on the competition in the final round at Brands Hatch (GP), signing off with a win before following it up with seventh and fourth place finishes.
James Pull took the step up from F4 British Championship to BRDC British F3 in his stride this weekend (10-11 September). The 16 year old Carlin driver looked at home during his first taste of F3 racing in the season finale at Donington.
James Pull took a dominant maiden victory in the F4 British Championship at Rockingham this weekend (27-28 Aug). The 16 year old Carlin racer blew away the competition in difficult wet conditions to take the fastest lap and then the win with an impressive five second gap.
The 16-year-old driver will make the step up in the Championship’s final round at Donington as he explores his options for 2017. The ADD Motorsports-supported racer is currently enjoying an excellent season in the F4 British Championship with Carlin – where he is fighting for the title in fourth place.James is relishing the chance to take on a new challenge at his favourite track commenting,
James Pull took more crucial points in the race for the F4 British Championship title at Knockhill this weekend (13-14 Aug).The 16-year-old Carlin racer made up numerous positions in each race to finish sixth, fifth and seventh in the three races.
James Pull took two more podiums as the F4 British Championship got back underway this weekend (30-31 July).The 16-year-old Carlin racer was quickly back into the groove at Snetterton after the mid-season break, with excellent times in testing and qualifying.
James Pull put on his best performance of the season to finish second at Oulton Park in the F4 British Championship.The 16-year-old Carlin racer did everything he could to take the win in the second race, but was unable to find a way through on a notoriously difficult track to overtake.
James Pull picked up more precious points at Croft to stay in the F4 British Championship title hunt. The 16-year-old raced brilliantly to remain third in the overall standings.After turning on the pace during testing once again, he staged impressive comebacks to finish fifth, sixth and eighth on a track notoriously difficult to overtake on.
James Pull was satisfied with his consistency after picking up plenty of points at Thruxton in the F4 British Championship.The 16-year-old Carlin driver was unlucky to finish just outside the podiums in each race of the recently rebranded competition.
James Pull was determined to take the positives away after narrowly missing out on a podium at Donington in the MSA Formula Championship.The 16-year-old Carlin driver finished in fourth place twice and was pushing hard for the win in the other race when he suffered a gearshift failure with four laps to go.
James Pull finished on the podium three times after a blistering start to his 2016 MSA Formula campaign.The 16-year-old Carlin driver was third in each race as he flexed his title credentials at Brands Hatch.