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Chelsea Angelo

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Chelsea Angelo
Chelsea Angelo Formula Ford Test Winton.png
Angelo during Formula Ford testing at Winton in 2012
NationalityAustralian
Born (1996-06-02) 2 June 1996 (age 23)
Melbourne, Australia
Australian Formula Ford Championship and Victorian Formula Ford Championship career
Debut season2012
Current teamOzstaff Racing
Car no.34
Starts22
Wins1
Podiums2
Poles0
Fastest laps1
Championship titles
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Chelsea Angelo (born June 2, 1996) is a Australian racing driver.[1] and is contesting the 2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship with Ozstaff Racing. She is planning to progress to the Australian Formula 3 Championship in 2014. Angelo is also an ambassador to for the Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS) and the Australian Defense Force through its Team Navy program.

Early life and racing[edit | edit source]

Angelos first dirt bike when she was 7
Angelos first go kart when she was 11

Angelo was born in Melbourne, Australia. Angelo got her first motorbike when she was six years old[2] and started racing at the age of eight.[3] After three years of motocross at Nunawading and Frankston tracks Angelo moved into karting at the age of 11.[4]

Career[edit | edit source]

Angelo first Australian Formula Ford Championship national round
File:Chelsea Angelo First V8 Test.jpg
Chelsea Angelo first V8 Supercar test at Winton Raceway
Angelos first Formula 3 test at Mallala Raceway in 2013

At age 15, Angelo began competing in club events at the Puckapunyal and then Todd Road circuits; she won a race in her Club Championships and was named Rookie of the Year. Whilst still in the Rookie class, Angelo entered her first Victorian Open title and qualified second in a field of 40 before moving up to the Junior National Light class the year after.

Angelo won a scholarship to attend the CAMS racing camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra.

Angelo won races in both Junior National Light and Junior Max classes. She was then selected as a participant in the Arrow Rewards Program. From here she moved into circuit competition in Formula Ford.[5]

Formula Ford[edit | edit source]

With her team Evans Motorsport Group, Angelo took part in testing throughout 2012. She competed at the Phillip Island round of the Victorian Formula Ford Championship,[6] achieving a 6th plsce. She also competed at the season-ending Phillip Island Magic event, achieving third place.[7][8]

In 2013, Angelo participated in her first full year of racing cars, competing in the Victorian Formula Ford Series as well as entering selected rounds of the Australian Formula Ford Championship. During the season she achieved a new lap record at the Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit. Her first race car win was at Sandown Raceway.

Formula Three[edit | edit source]

On 17 December 2013, Angelo had the opportunity to test a Dallara F307 - Mercedes-Benz with Australian Formula 3 entrant Team BRM. Angelo was the fastest among the rookies during her sessions.

In 2014, Angelo set a track record for a woman racer at the Bathurst circuit, winning the F3 National class race.[9]

V8 Supercar[edit | edit source]

On 25 June 2013, Angelo tested the Ozstaff Racing Dunlop Series FG Falcon at Winton Raceway. She completed 41 laps and achieved a best lap time of 1.25.89.[10] On 17 September 2013, Angelo had another drive of the V8 Supercar at the Ozstaff Racing ride day at Calder Park. She completed approximately 40 laps. Passengers were taken for rides and no times were taken. In 2014, she raced at Mount Panorama in a Dallara F307.[11]

In 2015, at age 19, Angelo was the youngest woman to drive V8 Supercars.[12] Angelo raced twice on P-plates in 2015.[13]

By 2016, Angelo began racing in the Dunlap series.[14][15][16] She was unable to raise enough funds to compete in many of the races.[17]

In 2017, Angelo modeled race-related gamewear for Xbox Australia.[18] Although she did some test driving in China, she did not race that year.

GT3[edit | edit source]

In 2018, Angelo was entered in the Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup Challenge Australia, driving the 2017 Carrera Cup winning car.[19] She finished fifth.[20]

Racing Record[edit | edit source]

Career summary[edit | edit source]

Season Series Team Races Wins Poles F.L. Podiums Points Position
2012 Victorian Formula Ford Championship Ozstaff Racing 7 0 0 0 3 n/a n/a
2013 Victorian Formula Ford Championship Ozstaff Racing 6 1 0 1 2 n/a n/a
2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship Ozstaff Racing 12 0 0 0 0 37 13th

Television[edit | edit source]

In 2013, Angelo was chosen as a contestant of the reality TV show, Shannons Supercar Showdown.[21] The format of the show consisted of eight drivers, in two teams of four, competed for a test driver role with Ford Performance Racing in a series of challenges at Calder Park Raceway. The season was presented by Briony Ingerson. The two teams were called Team Davison and Team Winterbottom, named for the mentors of the two teams, Will Davison and Mark Winterbottom.

The series was televised over eight episodes from 14 September to 9 November of the 7mate channel in Australia.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Supercars hoping to have at least three women on starting grid". Daily Telegraph, September 9, 2016
  2. "Female Supercars drivers set to change Bathurst 1000 landscape". Daily Telegraph, October 7, 2016. NICK WALSHAW.
  3. "The women driven by passion for cars". Catherine Lambert, Herald Sun, October 9, 2015
  4. Filmer, Natalie. "Chelsea Angelo's a real fast learner behind the wheel". Herald Sun, 12 July 2012
  5. MOTORSPORT: Racing still a man's world
  6. iRacing - not just for sim-racing junkies - PC & Tech Authority
  7. Female racer claims Phillip Island lap record | Women of Australian Motorsport
  8. Teenager still on L plates one of fastest around track | Western Advocate
  9. [MOTORSPORT: Young F3 racers set outright Bathurst records"]. Motoring, Geoffrey Harris 21 April 2014
  10. "Angelo tests V8 Supercar". v8supercars.com.au. 3 June 2013. Retrieved 3 June 2013.
  11. "Chelsea Angelo is set to make her ECB SuperUtes Series debut at Bathurst". Western Advocate, September 26 2018
  12. "Craig Lowndes vows to step up his V8 Supercars title fight at Phillip Island". November 19, 2015 Rebecca WilliamsHerald Sun
  13. "V8 Supercars: 19-year-old Chelsea Angelo will ditch P-plates for V8 Supercars Dunlop Series in 2016". December 16, 2015 Lauren Wood Herald Sun
  14. "Female racer Duggan joins Kumho V8 field". Speed Cafe, 29th March, 2016
  15. "Points docked following Dunlop Series opener". Speed Cafe, 5 March, 2016, Stefan Bartholomaeus
  16. "Golding’s return to the winners circle". SuperCars Australia, 18/09/2016 By Courtney Callow
  17. "Is the wait for a female V8 team almost over? Fox Sports presenter Jessica Yates takes a look". Daily Telegraph, 7 July 2016. Jessica Yates'
  18. "The Xbox Onesie Is Back With Some Improvements, Still Looks Very Comfy". GameSpot, Eddie Makuch on October 2, 2017
  19. "27 ENTRIES PORSCHE GT3 CUP CHALLENGE OPENER AT THE BEND". Auto Action, Apr. 9, 2018
  20. "GARRY’S THE BEND SHANNONS NATIONALS WRAP – SUNDAY". Auto Action, 15 April 2018
  21. "Chelsea chosen for Reality TV Show". shannons.com.au. 16 September 2013. Retrieved 16 September 2013.

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