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Sophia Flörsch

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Nationality  German
Car no.  99
Wins  0
Current team  Motopark Academy
Debut season  2016
Starts  21
Poles  0
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Born  1 December 2000 (age 16) Grünwald, Germany (2000-12-01)
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Sophia Flörsch (sometimes spelt Floersch, born 1 December 2000) is a racing driver from Germany. Flörsch currently competes in the ADAC Formula 4 championship with Motopark. In her debut race, she became the first female to score points in an ADAC Formula 4 race. She previously drove in the Ginetta Junior Championship driving for HHC Motorsport where she won two races and had a further two podiums. She made broke several records by becoming the youngest driver to win a Ginetta Junior race, and also the first rookie to win two out of two races in one weekend.

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Personal life

Sophia Flörsch Sophia Flrsch Motopark at F4 Germany Oschersleben 2

Flörsch is the daughter of Alexander Flörsch. She attends Grammar School Oberhaching. Her interests include karting, skiing and wind surfing.

Racing career

Sophia Flörsch Floersch A bruising weekend at Lausitz

Flörsch began karting in 2005, aged 5. From 2008 to 2014, Flörsch competed in various karting events across Europe through Kart Sport. She became the first female driver and also youngest driver of three series she competed in, the 2008 SAKC Championship, 2009 ADAC German Championship and 2010 European Championship Easykart. She has also been scouted by Red Bull.

Ginetta Junior

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In 2015, Flörsch took part in the 2015 Ginetta Junior Championship season driving for HHC Motorsport. During the season, Flörsch collected two wins and a further two podiums. She made double Ginetta history at Thruxton by becoming the youngest driver to win a Ginetta Junior race, and also the first rookie to win two out of two races in one weekend. Her season was cut short due to financial issues and she finished at the mid-season point, at that time running in third in the championship, also leading the Rookie championship. Her car for the season was Car 14, which she named Paul.

Formula 4

In 2015, Flörsch signed with Motopark to drive in the 2016 ADAC Formula 4 championship. Her car for the season was Car #99, which she called Hugo. In her debut race, she became the first female to score points in a ADAC Formula 4 race. She almost achieved her first podium in her third race however was hit by another car in the closing laps of the race, she recovered to fifth. Her first fastest lap of the season came at race 3 in Zandvoort, in a race halted by poor weather conditions.

Career summary

* Season still in progress.

Complete Ginetta Junior Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Complete ADAC Formula 4 Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

* Season still in progress.

References

Sophia Flörsch Wikipedia


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