Aurelia Nobels to contest 2024 season with F1 ACADEMY Official Partner PUMA

Aurelia Nobels F1 debut

In a thrilling announcement, young racing sensation Aurelia Nobels is set to electrify the track in the upcoming 2024 F1 ACADEMY season. The 17-year-old prodigy will be completing the formidable line-up for ART Grand Prix, marking an exciting new chapter in her burgeoning career.

As an esteemed Official Partner of F1 ACADEMY, PUMA proudly unveils a striking new partner livery for the 2024 season, adorning Nobels’ car as she gears up for her debut in the series. Hailing from the prestigious Ferrari Academy, Nobels brings with her a wealth of talent and determination, poised to make her mark in the world of motorsport.

Having already showcased her prowess in single-seater racing, Nobels embarks on her third campaign with a remarkable track record. From her debut in the 2022 Formula 4 Brazilian Championship to notable appearances in Spanish and Danish F4 circuits, Nobels’ journey to the F1 ACADEMY has been nothing short of extraordinary.

Notably, Nobels clinched victory in the FIA Girls on Track – Rising Stars programme Senior category, earning a coveted spot in the esteemed Ferrari Driver Academy. Her relentless pursuit of excellence saw her compete in Italian F4 and Euro 4 Championships last year, further solidifying her status as a rising star in the motorsport arena.

Undeterred by challenges, Nobels has already begun sharpening her racecraft this season with a commendable two-round stint in the Formula 4 UAE series. Expressing her elation at the monumental opportunity, Nobels remarked, “I’m super happy! It’s a new opportunity and I’m sure I’m going to learn a lot. I’m going to do my best to represent PUMA as well as possible.”

With anticipation soaring and excitement building, Nobels’ arrival adds a fresh wave of talent and enthusiasm to the F1 ACADEMY landscape. Sporting the eye-catching PUMA livery, Nobels’ journey promises to captivate fans and enthusiasts alike as she sets her sights on conquering the track and etching her name in motorsport history.

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