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Alice Powell (born 26 January 1993 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK) is a British racing driver, who competed in the 2019/20 Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy Series for Jaguar ran racing Team Germany.[1] A former test driver in the FIA Formula E Championship, Powell would initially debut in the inaugural 2018 Diriyah eTrophy Race as a Guest driver, before competing in the full 2019/20 season as a Pro driver with Jaguar ran racing Team Germany.

Alice started racing when she was just 8 years old, after being a racing fan from a very young age. In 2010 at the age of 17, she became the youngest racer and first woman to win a Formula Renault championship and, in 2012, the first female driver to score points in the GP3 Series.


Alice Elizabeth Fraser Powell (born 26 January 1993) is a British racing driver. In 2010, she became the first woman to win a Formula Renault championship and in 2012 became the first woman to score points in the GP3 Series


  • Name: Alice Powell
  • Nationality: British
  • DOB: 26th January 1993
  • Age: 22
  • Occupation: Racing Driver
  • Hobbies: Gym, Hockey, Football (Spurs Fan), Musi
  • Favorite TV: Motor-racing, Walking Dead, other sports (rugby, hockey, football)
  • Favorite Food: Pasta and Salad
  • Favorite Tracks: Monaco and Spa
  • Weight: 62kg
  • Heroes: Jenson Button, Jessica Ennis


Britcar 24hr of Silverstone, with Aston Martin Lagonda, racing an Aston Martin Vantage GT4, 4th in class, 5th overall. Running an all-female karting team in the Formula Kart Stars Karting Championship. BRDC Rising Star. Named in Top 50 Female Rising Stars in Sport.


Listed in the BBC’s 100 Women 2014. Formula Renault Asia Champion, 5 wins, 9 podiums, 5 pole positions and 1 fastest lap. BRDC Rising Star.


Formula Three Cup, Vice Champion, 5 wins, 11 podiums, 3 fastest laps. MRF Challenge 2012/13, 5th with 2 podiums and 1 fastest lap. BRDC Rising Star.


GP3-Status Grand Prix, with virtually no testing, on new tracks. She was 1st female ever to score a point, with an 8th palce finish.


The Indian F1 Support Race, Vice Champion. Formula Renault UK Championship, 9th and 4th in the Graduate Cup. Radical Clubmans Cup, won all her races and got the lap record for Snetteron 300. Won all her races in Fiat Arbath. In February Alice became a British Racing Drivers Club Rising Star.


Formula Renault BARC Champion. Alice made history by being the first female to win a Formula Renault race and Championship, in spite of missing winter testing. Alice is also did half a season in the Ginetta G50 Championship, due to budget, out qualifying Martin Donnelly (ex F1 Driver).


Formula Renault UK Championship. Aged 16, she was its youngest ever driver and came 6th in Graduate Cup, 18th overall out of 32 competitors. See video section. One of four finalists for “Women of The Future Awards” attended by David Cameron, Cherie Blair. Alice did a ONE OFF race weekend in Formula Palmer Audi (360bhp), scoring a 7th place out of 20 experienced drivers.


Ginetta Junior Championship – 4 podiums. See videos in video section.


Ginetta Junior Winter Series – equal 5th overall. Kartmasters Grand Prix – 4th overall.


BRDC Stars Of Tomorrow Formula JICA Karting Championship – 4th overall. Won Outstanding Driver Award presented by BRDC Stars Of Tomorrow


BRDC Stars Of Tomorrow Formula JICA Karting Championship – 4th overall, youngest driver in the category. MSA Super 1 JICA (KF3) Championship – 12th overall. Having just turned 12 years of age, she was its youngest-ever driver. See . Won “Chase the Champ” event by beating world-class drivers, Jamie Green, Martin Plowman, Riki Christodoulou, Craig Dolby.


2004 . BRDC Stars Of Tomorrow and MSA Super One Cadet Karting Championships.


Camberley Kart Club Cadet Karting Championship – 3rd overall. Buckmore Park Club Cadet Karting Championship – 5th overall.


Reading Trail Park Cadet Club Championship – Championship Winner.


Alice makes F3 Cup switch for 2013
Championship winning single seater driver, Alice Powell, has confirmed she will complete a full season in the F3 Cup Championship with Mark Bailey Racing. The 20-year-old from Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire,…
Alice Takes Win Number Five
BRDC Rising Star, Alice Powell, produced a win out of what was another problematic weekend for the 20 year old. The F3 Cup travelled overseas to race at the famous…
Powell Overcomes Problems to Take Win
Alice Powell overcame a problematic weekend to take an impressive win in Race Two at Brands Hatch in the F3 Cup, to hold onto her championship lead. Alice’s weekend started…