Rodin Carlin Recruits Abbi Pulling For This Coming Season

Abbi Pulling is an exciting addition to the team and will be an excellent asset for Rodin Carlin this season.

Abbi Pulling is a 19-year-old British racing driver. In F1 Academy, she competes for Rodin Carlin and is a member of the Alpine Academy program.

In the last season, Abbi achieved a 7th place in the 2022 W Series campaign, and at that time she was an Alpine Affiliate. The 19-year-old started racing at nine, where she started in karting just before she graduated to Ginetta Juniors. She took 4 podiums on her way to P6. She moved to British Formula 4 in 2020. In 2021, a second British F4 campaign came, and she finished the season 7th, with three podiums. In 2022, she finished fourth, with four top-five finishes. 

This starting season, the British racer will race with Rodin Carlin, and she commented, "It is great to be competing in the first season of the F1 Academy, especially to be working with such a successful team as Rodin Carlin. Having spent time with the team before, I can’t wait to get the season started, working alongside some incredible people. I have lots of trust in them and know they will push me to be the best I can be. I’m very thankful for the continued support of the Alpine Academy for a second season and the great work of Gazing Performance and Alice Powell behind the scenes. I’m also excited to welcome My First Alert, who are supporting my program for the first time this year.”

The Rodin Carlin team principal admitted that she's always wanted to work with Pulling and how eager and excited they are for this opportunity. “We’re delighted to welcome Abbi to the team for this first season of F1 Academy. Our paths have crossed in the past before, and Abbi is a driver we’ve wanted to work with for some time now. We’re really excited that we are able to work on this program together and have no doubt that Abbi will be a huge asset to the team. Thank you to the Alpine Academy for entrusting us with this next stage of Abbi’s career. We can’t wait to get on track.”