In addition to Bianca Bustamante and Lia Block, the Formula Winter Series has another addition from the F1 Academy. Carrie Schreiner from Germany will also compete in GEDLICH Racing’s Formula 4 racing series and prepare for the women’s racing series as part of the Formula 1 supporting programme.
Schreiner will be competing for Campos Racing. Former Formula 1 driver Adrian Campos founded the Campos Racing team in 1998. The Spanish team quickly established itself as one of the best junior racing series in Europe. The team currently competes in the FIA Formula 2, FIA Formula 3 and Formula 1 Academy, among others. In the past, the team has also raced in the World Touring Car Championship and Formula E, among others.
Schreiner will also compete in the F1 Academy for the Spanish racing team, making the Formula Winter Series programme the perfect preparation for the upcoming challenges in the 2024 season. Schreiner will compete in the F1 Academy as a junior for Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber.
Schreiner already competed in the international Formula 4 championship in 2023, which will be contested in Asia, America and Europe in 2024. She secured a victory in Zandvoort. In previous years, she was successful in GT racing and achieved a podium result in the ADAC GT Masters. She won titles in the GTC Race and the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East.