|P.O.B.||Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK|
|D.O.B.||26 January 1993|
|Date of Death||Unknown|
|Début||2018 Diriyah eTrophy Race|
|Final Race||2020 Berlin eTrophy Race 7|
|Teams||Jaguar ran racing Team Germany|
|Total Entries||11 (11 Starts)|
Alice Powell (born 26 January 1993 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK) is a British racing driver, who competed in the 2019/20 Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy Series for Jaguar ran racing Team Germany. A former test driver in the FIA Formula E Championship, Powell would initially debut in the inaugural 2018 Diriyah eTrophy Race as a Guest driver, before competing in the full 2019/20 season as a Pro driver with Jaguar ran racing Team Germany.
Powell began karting at the age of eight, competing in various series before graduating to car racing in 2008, entering the Ginetta Junior Championship at the age of fifteen. After finishing in ninth, Powell would move into the Formula Renault UK championship, claiming eighteenth in the Championship in her rookie season. In 2010 Powell would move to the Formula Renault BARC, and duly claimed her first championship title, claiming two wins.
Renault Revolution: 2010 - 2016
After becoming the first woman to win a Formula Renault series in the UK, Powell moved back to the Formula Renault UK championship for 2011, improving to ninth. That performance attracted the eyes of Status Grand Prix in the GP3 Series, where she completed a full campaign in 2012 and became the first woman to score points in GP3. After running out of a budget to compete in GP3, however, Powell would move to the MotorSport Vision Formula Three Cup in 2013, and duly claimed the runner-up spot. She would also claim two wins in British Formula 3 Championship, while also getting to make a one-off appearance in GP3.
In 2014 Powell stepped back to Formula Renault, entering the Asian Formula Renault Series which she would win outright with five race victories. She also made a few run outs in the two major British F3 Championships, before moving to the MRF Challenge Formula 2000 in 2015-16. However, at the end of the season, Powell would drop out of racing, and would only appear in a race car again in 2019.
W Series Revival: 2019 - 2021
Powell was unveiled as the first Guest/VIP driver in the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy Series ahead of the inaugural 2018/19 season, with Powell making her debut at the season opening 2018 Diriyah eTrophy Race. Powell would go on to finish fifth overall in the opening race, having fought with Katherine Legge and Bandar Alesayi throughout. After that, Powell would sit out the rest of the season, although she did manage to secure the best overall finish for a Guest driver in a race in 2018/19.
Pro Potential: 2019/20
Full eTrophy Record
Shown below are a series of tables outlining Alice Powell's career in the eTrophy in statistical form.
Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy Entries
The list below includes all of the teams and cars, as well as overall finishing positions for Alice Powell during their eTrophy career:
|Alice Powell's Overall eTrophy Record|
|2018/19||Guest||Jaguar VIP Car||1||Jaguar I-Pace||NC||—|
|2019/20||PRO||Jaguar ran racing Team Germany||7||Jaguar I-Pace||4th||70|
Below is a table showing Alice Powell's full eTrophy record.
|Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy Record|
Videos and Images:
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- 'Alice Powell', driverdb.com, (Driver Database, 2020), https://www.driverdb.com/drivers/alice-powell/, (Accessed 06/04/2020)
- Jake Kilshaw, '11 Cars for I-PACE eTROPHY Opener, Powell as VIP Driver', e-racing365.com, (John Dagys Media, LLC., 11/12/2018), https://e-racing365.com/i-pace-etrophy/11-cars-for-i-pace-etrophy-opener-powell-as-vip-driver/, (Accessed 11/12/2018)
- Andrew van de Burgt, 'Evans wins inaugural Jaguar eTrophy race', motorsport.com, (Motorsport Network, 15/12/2018), https://www.motorsport.com/jaguar-i-pace-etrophy/news/evans-wins-inaugural-jaguar-etrophy-race/4313452/, (Accessed 16/12/2018)
|2018/19 Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy|
|Jaguar Brazil Racing • Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing • Saudi Racing • Team Asia New Zealand • Team China • TWR Techeetah • Viessman Jaguar Team Germany|
|Manufacturers and Tyres|
|Jaguar • Michelin|
|0 Cacá Bueno • 3 Katherine Legge • 6 Bryan Sellers • 10 Sérgio Jimenez • 18 Stefan Rzadzinski • 77 Adam Carroll • 99 Simon Evans|
|7 Célia Martin • 8 Tao Wang • 9 Yaqi Zhang • 11 Qi Lin • 12 Bandar Alesayi • 15 Ziyi Zhang • 24 Ahmed Bin Khanen|
|Alice Powell • Salvador Duran • Darryl O'Young • David Cheng • Luca Salvadori • Archie Hamilton • Anthony Beltoise • Jens Dralle • Mark Hacking|
|Diriyah • Mexico City • Hong Kong • Sanya • Rome • Paris • Monaco • Berlin • New York 1 • New York 2|
|2019/20 • 2018/19 Formula E Championship|
|2019/20 Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy|
|Jaguar China Racing • Jaguar Team Germany • Saudi Racing • Team Asia New Zealand • Team Yokohama Challenge • ZEG iCarros Jaguar Brazil|
|Manufacturers and Tyres|
|Jaguar • Michelin|
|0 Mário Haberfeld/Cacá Bueno • 7 Alice Powell • 8 Gregory Segers • 9 Manuel Cabrera/Nick Foster • 10 Sérgio Jimenez • 24 Takuma Aoki • 99 Simon Evans|
|8 Chao Sun/David Cheng • 9 Yaqi Zhang • 13 Fahad Algosaibi • 18 Adalberto Baptista • 34 Mashhur Bal Hejaila/Paul Spooner|
|Reema Juffali • Mario Domínguez • Oliver Webb • Abbie Eaton • Sven Förster • Jessica Hawkins • Vincent Radermecker|
|Diriyah 1 • Diriyah 2 • Mexico City • Berlin 1 • Berlin 2 • Berlin 3 • Berlin 4 • Berlin 5 • Berlin 6 • Berlin 7|
|2018/19 • 2019/20 Formula E Championship|