Flick Haigh is a history-making British racing driver and the first woman to win the British GT Championship premier class.
Triple Eight Race Engineering, the most successful team in British Touring Car Championship history and prominent GT race team, has today launched a new initiative, Triple Eight Driver Development (TEDD), to improve drivers young and old on and off the track as they...read more
Flick Haigh announced that she will be partnering Sarah Reader in the VdeV Endurance Series this year. The VdeV Endurance Series races throughout Europe at various circuits within Spain, France and Portugal. They will be in a Juno run by TFL Racing who are a team with...read more
Flick Haigh was involved in a high-speed accident at Oulton Park on the 14th of September 2013 when her Caterham R300 left the track whilst going through the high-speed Druids corner. After the accident Flick was airlifted to hospital with 6 broken ribs, 5 chipped...read more
“Flick has been a revelation in British GT this year. She has repeatedly delivered great performances – from her stunning pace in the wet to score her first win at the start of the season, through to her mature drive under huge pressure to clinch the title at Donington. There is no doubt that Flick has truly arrived in GT racing and I’m proud that she’s done that in an Aston Martin. She undoubtedly has the talent and application to go further in the sport and I hope we can share the journey with her.”