| Campos Racing|
| 4 February 1992 (age 23)
Maracay (Venezuela) (1992-02-04) |
Samin Gómez Briceno (born February 4, 1992 in Maracay) is a female racing driver from Venezuela.
Samin Gómez started racing at the age of seven, racing in the Panamerican Championship, a series supported by the Commission Internationale de Karting (CIK) and the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). She moved to Europe for the 2007 season, taking part in the Formula Kart France series.
Starting in 2008, Gómez moved to single-seat open-wheel cars, making several guest appearances in the Asian Formula Renault Challenge throughout 2008 before moving onto a larger programme for the 2009 season. She contested the full 2010 season with Top Speed Racing, finishing third overall and taking three podium finishes at the Zhuhai International Circuit.
In 2011, Gómez competed part-time in the Formula Pilota China series, replacing Robert Visoiu at Jenzer Motorsport. Gómez finished in the points in each of the six races she contested, including a podium finish at the Sepang International Circuit.
Gómez returned to Europe in 2011, continuing her association with Jenzer Motorsport in the Italian Formula Abarth championship, as well as making several guest appearances for EuroInternational. She contested the full season in 2012, finishing seventh overall with two podium finishes.
Samin Gómez will make her GP3 Series debut in 2013, driving once again for Jenzer Motorsport.
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