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Alice Powell  

Nationality  British 
Born  Oxford (England)  26 January 1993
Previous series  
2013 2012 2009, 2011 2010 2010 2009 2008  F3 Cup GP3 Series Formula Renault UK Ginetta G50 Cup Formula Renault BARC Formula Palmer Audi Ginetta Junior Championship 
Championship titles  
2010  Formula Renault BARC 
Awards  
2011 2010  BWRDC GoldStars Elite BWRDC GoldStars Award 
Alice Powell  

Nationality  British 
Born  Oxford (England)  26 January 1993
Previous series  
2013 2012 2009, 2011 2010 2010 2009 2008  F3 Cup GP3 Series Formula Renault UK Ginetta G50 Cup Formula Renault BARC Formula Palmer Audi Ginetta Junior Championship 
Championship titles  
2010  Formula Renault BARC 
Awards  
2011 2010  BWRDC GoldStars Elite BWRDC GoldStars Award 
Alice Powell (born 26 January 1993 in Oxford) is a British racing driver. In 2010 she became the first female to win a Formula Renault championship and as of 2013 is the only female to score points in the GP3 Series.
Powell was born in Oxford, England. Two years after learning to drive, at the age of six, she started her career in karting.^{[1]} In 2009, at 16, she drove in the Michelin Formula Renault UK Championship, becoming the youngest female driver in a Formula Renault race.^{[2]} Powell finished the year as runner up for the Young Star Award at the Women of the Future Awards.^{[3]} She was also awarded the British Women Racing Drivers Club GoldStars 'Elite' category Award.^{[4]} Powell set a record in the fourth round of the 2010 Formula Renault BARC Championship by becoming the first female to win a Formula Renault race in the UK,^{[3]} and later in the year became the first female to win a Formula Renault championship.^{[5]} During the 2010 season Powell's race engineer was Sarah Shaw. Powell and Manor returned to the Formula Renault UK championship in 2011, but failed to win a race and finished the season in 9th place in the championship.
On 16 April 2012, after only two test days in the GP3 car, it was announced that Powell would drive for the Status Grand Prix team in the 2012 GP3 Series.^{[6]} On 9 September that year she finished 8th in the 2012 Monza GP3 round sprint race, and in doing so became the first female points scorer since the inception of the GP3 Series in 2010.^{[7]}
Powell joined F3 Cup for 2013 having been unable to continue in the GP3 Series.^{[8]} She took part in the opening round of the 2013 British Formula Three season at Silverstone, driving the Mark Bailey Racing run Dallara F306 which she also raced in the F3 Cup.^{[9]}
Powell finished second in the championship behind Alex Craven, having won five times during the season including three of the first four races.
Season  Series  Team  Races  Wins  Poles  F/Laps  Podiums  Points  Position 

2008  Ginetta Junior Championship  Tockwith Motorsport/Muzz Racing  24  0  0  0  4  326  9th 
2009  Formula Renault UK  Manor Competition  20  0  0  0  0  88  18th 
Formula Palmer Audi  Motorsport Vision  3  0  0  0  0  33  25th  
2010  Formula Renault BARC  Manor Competition/Hillspeed  12  2  2  0  7  288  1st 
Ginetta G50 Cup  Tockwith/CDR  17  0  0  0  0  163  16th  
2011  Formula Renault UK  Manor Competition  20  0  0  0  0  258  9th 
2012  GP3 Series  Status Grand Prix  16  0  0  0  0  1  19th 
2013  MotorSport Vision Formula Three Cup  Mark Bailey Racing  18  5  1  11  3  396  2nd 
British Formula Three National B Class  Mark Bailey Racing  3  2  2  3  2  N/A  N/A  
GP3 Series  Bamboo Engineering  2  0  0  0  0  0  31st 
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
Year  Entrant  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  DC  Points 

2012  Status Grand Prix  ESP FEA Ret  ESP SPR 11  MON FEA 11  MON SPR 22  VAL FEA 18  VAL SPR Ret  GBR FEA 17  GBR SPR Ret  GER FEA 19  GER SPR Ret  HUN FEA 19  HUN SPR 20  BEL FEA 18  BEL SPR 12  ITA FEA 12  ITA SPR 8  19th  1 
2013  Bamboo Engineering  ESP FEA  ESP SPR  VAL FEA  VAL SPR  GBR FEA  GBR SPR  GER FEA  GER SPR  HUN FEA  HUN SPR  BEL FEA  BEL SPR  ITA FEA  ITA SPR  ABU FEA 19  ABU SPR 20  31st  0 
