Belen Garcia achieves great success racing 2019 F4 season- celebrations heading into 2020

Belen Garcia achieves great success racing 2019 F4 season- celebrations heading into 2020

Belen Garcia achieved great success racing F4 this year winning Spanish F4 Women’s Championship competing in FIA Motorsport Games as first female F4 driver along with gaining most important selection for 2020 WSeries F3 Championship.

Belen Garcia 2019 Spanish F4 Women’s Championship Photo Credit: Global Racing Services

In what could be described as hectic schedule, with Belen slotting in studying at University, the talented Spanish F4/F3 driver eclipsed competition not only in her National F4 Championship against rivals Nerea Garcia but also passing fellow male competitors in first ever FIA Motorsport Games at Vallelunga circuit, Rome.

Qualities of strength of character to rise to which-ever challenge is placed in Belen’s way, the Global Racing Services F4 driver showed impressive skill, strategy and tactic to race under pressure in both Championship events.

Most rewarding for Belen was achieving victory in 2019 Spanish F4 Women’s Trophy having gained most valuable experience racing the ‘Olympics of Motorsport’ one week prior.

It was not just the whole event- Opening Ceremony, racing drivers from 24 Nations competing in 6 categories that was sensational, it was Belen’s display of learning new race-car on different set of tyres that earned the Spanish female praise coming from P12 to P6 in the Main race on Sunday, November 3rd.

Belen Garcia FIA Motorsport Games F4 Photo Credit: SRO Media

To cap off successful 2019 race season, Belen gained selection for 2020 WSeries amongst 6 other drivers carefully scrutinized to join the automatically selected 12 drivers from 2018 WSeries rankings.

Presitgous opportunity for Garcia, which not only confirms competing in WSeries 6 Races from May through to August, but also supports all F3 Women drivers with race-cars, engineers, technical suport, on and off track expertise under an all expenses paid contract.

2020 will defintely be an exciting year for the rising Spanish female driver with F3 single-seater racing the next step up the challenging Motorsport career ladder.

This film snap-shot provides audio recording with Belen speaking on 2019 F4/F3 season with overlay of photos and track racing. Special thanks to Belen for her time.

Words: Sharon Cox.


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