ABBI PULLING - ONE FAST LADY
Abbi Pulling is a female British racing driver. At the age of 16 she is already a multiple British Karting Champion and has aspirations of racing in the Le Mans 24 Hour!
For 2019 she is aiming to compete in the Ginetta GT5 Challenge supporting the British GT and British Touring Car Championship. The sports governing body 'Motorsport UK' has seen Abbi's potential and enlisted her on the 'Development Squad'.
Learn more about Abbi's racing career below.
Abbi won the British championship again being the first person to ever win the Junior TKM title back to back! She also won the TKM Festival, again the first to win it back to back, all whilst making her car racing debut in the Ginetta Junior Championship.
Won two out of seven races in the British Junior TKM Championship
Podium finish in every round of the British championship
First to win the British Championship back to back in the Junior TKM Class
First to win the TKM Festival back to back in the Junior TKM class
Made her debut in car racing in the Ginetta Junior Championship
Abbi dominated Junior TKM in 2017. Winning the Wessex championship and numerous races during the year.
Abbi won the Junior TKM Festival and the 'O' plate in the same weekend at Kimbolton. The first driver to do so
Won the Super One British Championship to make it a unique treble at PFI
During 2016 Abbi was a front runner in the Junior TKM British Championship finishing as runner up. This was her first full year in junior level karting.
Vice-champion at the age of just 12/13 (against 16-17 year olds)
In 2015 Abbi started the season in the cadet (age 8-12) National LGM and Super One Championship until June when the decision was made to switch to the Junior TKM Super One. Abbi's height prompted the move and she never looked back… …her first race meeting in the Tal-ko Junior TKM kart was the June Super One round at Buckmore Park. She raced using the TKM TAG engine and sent a small shock through the paddock with her speed, holding fastest lap in heat 2 for some time.
Abbi stood on a Super One rostrum for the first time at Shenington in September 2015
Abbi proudly became a Tal-ko works driver in September 2015 after impressing Tal-ko boss Alan Turney during her short time in the Junior TKM formula.
2014 saw Abbi compete in two national championships as she started to win and forge her name as one to watch.
Contested the national Little Green Man championship along with the Super One British Championship for cadets
Won her first MSA final at Kimbolton in December 2014
Abbi got the Karting bug and began to compete all over the country. In her first full year of Karting she broke the Iame cadet lap record at Fulbeck and briefly held the lap record at Rowrah.
Competed in the national Little Green Man championship
Abbi set numerous fastest laps, at PFI, Fulbeck, Rowrah, Kimbolton and Shenington
Abbi began racing in February 2012, her first race was non-MSA at Tattershall Kart Club and her first podium followed shortly after, a 3rd place in April 2012.
Abbi passed her ARKS test in August 2012 at Fulbeck
She won her first non-MSA final in December 2012
Abbi became the last MSA WTP champion, winning the 2012/2013 Winter Series at Trent Valley Kart Club.