Champion karter becomes youngest driver to pass Novice Racing Drivers License test at Knockhill at only 13 years old

Aged just 13 years and 11 months, Chloe Grant from Perth became the youngest driver to pass the ARDS Test to gain a  Junior
racing drivers license. By doing so, this allows her to compete in a number of junior car racing championships should the opportunity arises, however for 2020, Chloe will continue in Junior Rotax competing in the Scottish
Championship, Scottish Super Series and the NKF.

At only 13, Chloe’s pedigree is already impressive as she won the East of Scotland Championship, was vice Champion in North of Scotland and third in Grampian. The Scottish Motor Racing Club recognised these achievements by awarding her with their SMRC Rising Star Award at their annual dinner last November.

The British Women’s Racing Drivers Club then nominated Chloe for their junior Gold Star award at Autosport International in Birmingham and she was announced as their Junior Club Champion.

Chloe is pictured here with senior race instructor Graham Whitehill at Knockhill having successfully passed the ARDS test.