Lola Lovinfosse joins F1 Academy grid with Charlotte Tilbury

19th February 2024
Simon Ostler

Lola Lovinfosse will return for her second season in F1 Academy where she will race the Charlotte Tilbury car for Rodin Motorsport.


Charlotte Tilbury has joined F1 Academy as a partner for 2024, and designed the #3 car which will certainly stand out on the grid.

Lovinfosse, who raced for Campos last season, claimed three podium finishes, including two at her home French round at Paul Ricard, on the way to ending the year tenth in the drivers’ standings.

The 18-year-old said: “I’m super happy and proud to be joining Charlotte Tilbury operated by Rodin Motorsport Team. I’m really looking forward for the season to start, we have worked a lot with the team. I’m ready to fight!”


Before making her debut in F1 Academy last season, Lovinfosse spent 18 months in Spanish F3, where she performed consistently before joining the Campos stable in 2023.

The Charlotte Tilbury car is the embodiment of a push for F1 Academy to “empower, inspire confidence, and encourage young women to chase their dreams.”

Susie Wolff, Managing Director of F1 Academy, said: “We want young women and girls to feel confident to chase their dreams, no matter the odds. We are on a mission to transform access to our sport, celebrate trailblazing female pioneers in our industry, and inspire a new generation of young women to pursue a career in motorsport. It’s a huge privilege to be partnering with Charlotte Tilbury, a brand whose values align so closely to our own.”

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