June 4, 2018

Ella Stevens Bows Out With Podium

Eleven-year-old Ella Stevens bowed out of the Birel ART UK Championship with a 2nd place finish in the Main Final at Fulbeck, Lincolnshire. 

Stevens has decided to concentrate on her ventures in the British Super One Series and Little Green Man (LGM) Championships. The reigning Birel ART Champion qualified on pole position, converting that into a win in the Heat and Pre-Final, but was just pipped to the line by Nathan Tye Jnr in the Main Final. 

In 2017, Ella made history by becoming the first female in 30 years to win a British Cadet Championship, turning heads of many in the Motorsport World, so it was a tough decision to walk away from her title defence, 

Ella Stevens “I will miss competing in the BirelART UK Series” said the CoreHard and Immun’Age backed driver. We are currently joint leader of the Series, but quite a few of the races clash with the British Championships, which can have grids of up to 40 drivers at times, so it was time to put my focus into competing in Super 1 and LGM to improve my progress.
I would like to thank everyone at BirelART for their help and support and I hope to come and do some guest rounds in the future.”

 Ella is next out competing in the LGM Championship on the 9/10th June at Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire.

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