Carlin have confirmed that reigning British F4 champion Jamie Caroline will join the team at Spa-Francorchamps for the fifth round of the 2018 BRDC British F3 Championship this weekend (21-22 July).
Caroline, who dominated British F4 with the team last year, will line up alongside Nicolai Kjaergaard, Billy Monger, and Sun Yue Yang, standing in for Clement Novalak, who has clashing commitments.
The 19-year-old has already enjoyed a stellar junior motorsport career – becoming the most successful Formula 4 British Championship driver with an astonishing ten victories during his 2017 Championship winning campaign. He also broke the record books as the first driver ever to take all three race wins on offer over the course of a race weekend at Thruxton – including a hard-fought reverse grid race.
He has since competed in selected rounds of the US F2000 series in the USA, with fourth place finishes at St Petersburg and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Caroline now makes a welcome return to British F3, having competed in the 2016 Autumn Trophy, where he was classified fifth overall with one podium from the three races.
|2017||Won the F4 British Championship with 10 victories, 16 total podiums, three pole positions and six fastest race laps|
|2016||Finished 10th in the F4 British Championship with a win, five podiums and two fastest laps
Finished fifth in the BRDC British Formula 3 Autumn Trophy with one podium in three races
|2015||Won the Ginetta Junior Championship with 10 wins, 12 podiums, one pole position and five fastest laps|
|2014||Finished sixth in the Ginetta Junior Championship with two wins, six podiums and five fastest laps
Won the Ginetta Junior Winter Series Championship
|2013||Competed in the British KF3 Open Karting Championship|
|2012||Finished sixth in the Super 1 British KF3 Karting Championship|
|2011||Won the Trent Valley Kart Club Winter Series - Comer Cadet Championship
Finished second in the Formula Kart Stars MSA British Cadet Championship
Finished second in the Super 1 Comer Cadet Championship
|2010||Competed in the Formula Kart Stars MSA British Cadet Championship and the ABkC Super 1 Cadet Comer Championship - 21st overall|
|2009||Won the Super 1 Brit Honda Cadet Championship and the Formula 6 'O' Plate Honda Cadet Championship
Also competed in the London Cup Honda Cadet championship
|2008||Captured the rookie Honda Cadet Championship in the Buckmore Park Kart Club Summer Championship
Earned an ARKS test at Bayford Meadows on his 8th birthday