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Callum stays with Carlin for 2023 GB3 Championship

Callum will line up for rebranded Rodin-Carlin as he takes on a GB3 Championship assault for the 2023 season. Callum had a fantastic debut single seater season in the British championship in 2022 and now looks to capitalise on his experience to challenge for the title. This year the championship travels to Zandvoort for the very first time alongside two further F1 grade circuits of Spa-Francorchamps and Silverstone.

Callum’s first single seater season last year didn’t disappoint and saw him take three race victories and six podiums, alongside five pole positions winning the Jack Cavill Pole Position Cup for the driver with the most pole positions in the process.

Callum: “I am extremely excited to be staying with the Carlin family for another year. Last season proved a huge learning experience in my first season of single seaters and I am looking forward to building that this season.  A huge thank you to Trevor Carlin, EDGE management and everyone else who has made this possible.”

Team Principal Trevor Carlin added, “We’re absolutely delighted to welcome Callum back to the team for a title assault in 2023. He did extremely well as a rookie in his first year of single seaters and we expect him to come back faster and stronger this season.”  

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British Racing Drivers Club – Rising Star

Callum is pleased to announce his membership of the BRDC Rising Stars programme. As a young British driver with ambitions to rise to the top of motorsport it is highly flattering to be accepted into such a prestigious club so early in his career. Callum wishes to thank all the parties involved in nominating him and for making this possible. Thank you.

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Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Nomination

Callum is pleased and flattered to announce that he has been nominated for the 2022 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award.

The Award, which started in 1989, aims to find the best British junior single-seater driver currently competing in a category below FIA F3 – or in their F3 Rookie year. From the 10 nominees, four will be chosen for a two-day on-track assessment at Silverstone with the ultimate winner announced on 4th December.