Rodin Carlin has confirmed that Callum Voisin will return to the rebranded team for the 2023 GB3 Championship.
Voisin made a big impression in his debut single-seater season with the team in 2022 and now looks to capitalise on his experience to challenge for the championship title. He will line-up alongside already confirmed team-mate John Bennett as the championship travels to Zandvoort for the very first time alongside two further F1 circuits: Spa-Francorchamps and Silverstone.
Voisin joined Carlin and the GB3 Championship following an incredible season in the 2021 Ginetta Junior Championship, which saw him take seven wins and 11 podiums. His first single-seater season didn’t disappoint either and saw him take three race victories and six podiums on his way to fourth overall in the points standings, alongside five pole positions, winning the Jack Cavill Pole Position Cup for the driver with the most poles in the process.
The Swiss-born contender was one of the most exciting racers to watch on track with his overtaking moves and fights through the field, particularly in the reverse grid races, proving his remarkable race pace.
For 2023, Voisin enters the season as a title challenger with experience under his belt and an already established relationship with the team and his engineer. Voisin will be testing with the team next month ahead of the start of the season in April.
GB3 Championship - fourth overall with three wins and six podiums, five pole positions
Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship - sixth overall with seven wins, 11 podiums, three poles and six fastest laps
Rotax Max Euro Winter Cup - Junior - fifth overall
British Kart Championship - Rotax Minimax - fourth overall
Motorsport UK Kartmasters Grand Prix - X30 Mini – eighth
Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals - Mini MAX
BNL Karting Series - Junior Max
Rotax Max Challenge International Trophy - Junior Max
4th place – MSA British Championship, Minimax.
Minimax champion – Clay Pigeon Kart Club
Rotax World Finals, Italy – Team UK, Minimax
SuperOne British Championships
2016 & 2017
French Regional Championships