• Caio Collet

    Caio began karting in his native Sao Paulo when he was only 7 years old. Having shown great potential, he moved to Europe and soon made people sit up and take notice by winning the title of best Rookie of the Year in the 2015 European Championship. He finished third at the Junior World Championship and in the Rotax Max Grand Finals. In 2017, the teenager’s first year on the books at All Road Management, he moved up to the next level in the OK category with Birel ART clinching sixth place in the CIK-FIA European Championship. Collet made his single-seater debut in 2018 in the UAE Formula 4 Championship scoring a victory and bagging two pole positions. His next challenge was the French F4 series in which he put on a stunning performance racking up seven wins and sealing the title with one round to go. Following his success in F4, Caio joined the Renault Sport Academy and continued his progress through the junior formulas racing in the Formula Renault series with the R-Ace GP team. He ended the season as best rookie in 2019. In 2020, he is continuing to fly the R-Ace GP colours and his aim is to fight for the Eurocup title.

    From: Brazil

    Currently Racing in: Formula Renault Eurocup

    Joined ARM in: 2017

    Racing Number: 1

    Date of Birth: 03.04.2002

    • 2011-2014 – Karting in Brazil

    • 2015

      CIK-FIA World Championship, KF-Junior, 3rd & Best rookie

      CIK-FIA European Championship, KF-Junior, 6th & Best rookie

    • 2016

      WSK Super Master Series, OK-Junior, 4th

      CIK-FIA European Championship, OK-Junior, 6th

       

    • 2017 CIK-FIA World Karting Championship, OK, 25th

       

    • 2018FIA Formula 4 France, Champion

    • 2019Formula Renault Eurocup, 5th & Best rookie

    • 2020 – Formula Renault Eurocup

  • Felipe Massa

    Felipe Massa came within a whisker of clinching the F1 World Championship title in 2008. Although he didn’t win that year, he would easily come out on top in any championship for enthusiasm for the sport! This can be seen from the fact that having retired from Formula 1 at the end of 2017 as the veteran of 270 Grands Prix, he has now embarked on a new racing adventure. In Formula 1, he scored 11 victories driving for Sauber, Ferrari and Williams. Since 2019, he has been competing in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship driving for the Venturi Formula E Team. Felipe brings a wealth of experience to what is still a fledgling series that is a standard bearer for the future of “clean and green” racing. Of course, the Brazilian has a very special place in the All Road Management family as his name was the first to be registered in the company’s driver portfolio all those years ago.

    From: Brazil

    Currently Racing in: FIA Formula E

    Joined ARM in: 2003

    Racing Number: 19

    Date of Birth: 25.04.1981

    • 1990 – Debut in Karting

    • 1998 – Debut in Single Seater

    • 1999 – Champion Formula Chevrolet (Brazil)

    • 2000 – Champion Italian & European Formula Renault

    • 2001 – Champion Euro F3000

    • 2001 – F1 Test with Sauber Petronas

    • 2002 – F1 with Sauber Petronas, 12th

    • 2003 – Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro F1 test driver

    • 2004 – F1 with Sauber Petronas, 12th

    • 2005 – F1 with Sauber Petronas, 13th

    • 2006 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 3rd

    • 2007 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 4th

    • 2008 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 2nd

    • 2009 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 11th

    • 2010 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 6th

    • 2011 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 6th

    • 2012 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 7th

    • 2013 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, 8th

    • 2014 – F1 with Williams Martini Racing, 7th

    • 2015 – F1 with Williams Martini Racing, 6th

    • 2016 – F1 with Williams Martini Racing, 11th

    • 2017 – F1 with Williams Martini Racing, 11th

    • 2018/19 – FE with Venturi, 15th

    • 2019/20 – FE with ROKiT Venturi Racing, 19th

  • Daniil Kvyat

    Perseverance is an essential quality for a racing driver and Daniil Kvyat is the living embodiment of this. Fast-tracked to F1 with Scuderia Toro Rosso in 2014 after winning the previous year’s GP3 series, the Russian got off to a flying start becoming the youngest driver to score points on his F1 debut with a ninth-place finish in the Australian GP. He did enough that year to impress his bosses who switched him to the Red Bull Racing team for 2015. He came seventh in that year’s World Championship with a best result of second place in the Hungarian Grand Prix. In 2016, he was back on the podium with a third place in China. After that, a few inconsistent drives led to him being sent back to Toro Rosso midway through the year. Daniil and the team parted ways after the 2017 USA GP despite finishing in the points in that race. Although it had been a tough few years for Daniil his undoubted talent was recognised by Ferrari, which took him on as an F1 simulator driver in 2018. Kvyat made his comeback to the F1 grid in 2019 in what would be the Scuderia Toro Rosso’s last season as from 2020 onwards the team will be known as Alpha Tauri and the only Russian in F1 is determined to give the new team great results.

    From: Russia

    Currently Racing in: F1

    Joined ARM in: 2018

    Racing Number: 26

    Date of Birth: 26.04.1994

    • 2007 – Debut in Karting

    • 2012 – ALPS Formula Renault 2.0, Champion

       

    • 2013 – GP3 Series, Champion

       

    • 2014 – F1 with Scuderia Toro Rosso, 15th

    • 2015 – F1 with Infiniti Red Bull Racing, 7th

       

    • 2016 – F1 with Scuderia Toro Rosso, 14th

       

    • 2017 – F1 with Scuderia Toro Rosso, 19th

    • 2018 – F1, Scuderia Ferrari, Simulator driver

    • 2019 – F1 with Scuderia Toro Rosso, 13th

    • 2020 – F1 with AlphaTauri

  • James Wharton

    James Wharton is a 14-year-old Australian kart driver currently competing internationally in his first season in the premier class, OK, with the official Parolin Racing Kart factory team. James started racing karting in Australia at the age of seven. He then shone in the most important single-brand world challenges before making his debut in FIA Karting competition. 13th in the World Junior Championship in his first season in 2018, he also won the KA 100 Junior class in Las Vegas at the SKUSA SuperNationals. In 2019, in his first full season in OK-Junior, he achieved top results: 9th in the European Championship, 4th in the Italian Championship and 2nd in the legendary Winter Cup in Lonato. Despite an injury, he was fighting for victory in 2nd place in the World Championship when he was stopped by a mechanical problem. He was again victorious at the SKUSA SuperNationals in Las Vegas in the X30-Junior category. An official Parolin Racing Kart driver, James is involved in the development and tuning of the equipment thanks to a very good rapport with Albino and Marco Parolin. His discovery of OK, the top category in karting, was interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic. He restarted competition in July 2020 with the aim of making it into the international top five. James Wharton plans to continue his career as a single-seater driver with a first step into F4 as soon as he reaches the required age.

    From: Australia

    Currently Racing in: Karting

    Joined ARM in: 2020

    Racing Number: N/A

    Date of Birth: 08.07.2006

    • 2016

      State Champion – cadet 12

      Australian Champion – cadet 12

    • 2017

      Australian Karter of the year

      State Champion – cadet 12

      Australian Champion – cadet 12

      World Championship, 3rd

    • 2018

      State Champion

      Australian Champion

      Vice-Champion FIA Karting European Championship – OKJ

      SKUSA winner – KA100 Junior class

    • 2019

      SKUSA winner – X30 Junior

  • James Calado

    James is yet another driver who kicked-started his career in karting and since then he has competed in a wide variety of motor sport categories. He moved from karts to Formula Renault and in 2010 he came second in the British Formula 3 championship. His association with ARM started in GP2 with the ART Grand Prix team in 2011. In 2014, he was taken on as third driver by the Force India Formula 1 team, but it’s in the GT category that the 28 year old has really made his mark. In 2017, the Englishman became a works driver for Ferrari in endurance racing and clinched the WEC GT World Championship, which earned him the title of GTE driver no. 1 awarded by the prestigious magazine, Autosport. Calado continued racing the 488 GTE run by the famous AF Corse team in the WEC and won all the rounds of the 2018- 2019 Asian Le Mans Series driving for CarGuy Racing. And to crown what had already been a perfect year he scored a thrilling victory in the GTE category of the 24 Hours of Le Mans! Despite what is a very busy schedule, Calado is also finding time to race in the 2020 Weather Tech SportsCar Championship with the Risi Competizione team. In addition to his GT commitments, James has joined the ABB FIA Formula E grid for the 2019-2020 season driving for Panasonic Jaguar Racing.

    From: United Kingdom

    Currently Racing in: FIA GTE & Formula E

    Joined ARM in: 2011

    Racing Number: 51

    Date of Birth: 13.06.1989

    • 1999 – Debut in go-kart

    • 2008 – British FR 2.0 Winter Series, Champion

       

    • 2009 -Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup, runner-up

       

    • 2010 – British F3, runner-up

       

    • 2011 – GP3 Series, runner-up

       

    • 2012 – GP2 Series, 5th & best rookie

       

    • 2013 – GP2 Series, 3rd

       

    • 2014 – WEC in GTE Pro with AF Corse, 7th

       

    • 2015 – WEC in GTE Pro with AF Corse, 4th

       

    • 2016 – WEC in GTE Pro with AF Corse, 3rd

       

    • 2017 – WEC in GTE Pro with AF Corse, Champion

       

    • 2018/19

      WEC in GTE Pro with AF Corse, 2nd

      Le Mans 24h, 1st

       

    • 2019/20

      WEC in GTE Pro with AF Corse

      FE with Panasonic Jaguar Racing, 16th

       

  • Marcus Armstrong

    New Zealand has a long history of producing talented racing drivers and Marcus might just be the next big thing in the line of Kiwi aces behind the wheel. Born in 2000, he began karting at the age of ten winning all there was to win in his home country before making the inevitable move to Europe in 2015 to race on karting’s world stage. In 2016, he was signed up to the prestigious Ferrari Driver Academy. He progressed at lightning speed and in 2017 his move to single-seaters was crowned by a sensational debut season in which he won the Italian F4 Championship and filled the runner-up spot in the German equivalent. In 2018, he was fifth in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship and fought for the title the following year in which he again finished in the runner-up spot with the Prema team. In 2020, Marcus has joined the FIA Formula 2 grid and will drive for ART Grand Prix with a single goal - to fight at the front!

    From: New-Zealand

    Currently Racing in: FIA Formula 2

    Joined ARM in: 2017

    Racing Number: 5

    Date of Birth: 29.07.2000

    • 2009-2014 – Karting in New Zealand

    • 2015

      European Championship, KF, 8th

      Winter Cup, KF, 2nd

    • 2016 – Karting, KZ1

    • 2017

      FIA F4 ADAC, 2nd

      FIA F4 Italy, Champion

    • 2018 – FIA F3 European Championship, 5th

    • 2019 – FIA F3, 2nd

    • 2020 – FIA F2

  • Charles Leclerc

    From his first kart race in 2005 to joining the Scuderia Ferrari as a works driver in Formula 1 in 2019, Charles has enjoyed a meteoric rise to the top level of motorsport winning numerous titles along the way including the GP3 Series crown in 2016 and the FIA F2 championship the following year. Prior to that, he was the top rookie in Formula Renault and Formula 3. So it was no surprise that the Ferrari Driver Academy spotted the Monegasque driver’s immense talent and took him under its wing. In 2018, he took his first step on the F1 ladder when he was selected by the Alfa Romeo Sauber team. He finished in the points in several races starting with sixth place in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix making him the first Monegasque to score points in the F1 World Championship since Louis Chiron back in 1950! In 2019, his career received a huge boost when he replaced Kimi Raikkonen in the Scuderia Ferrari team where he partnered four-time World Champion, Sebastian Vettel. Charles enjoyed a stunning first season at the wheel of the red car scoring 2 wins, 10 podiums as well as clinching 7 pole positions and setting 4 fastest laps. In 2020, his goal will be to fight for the World Championship title.

    From: Monaco

    Currently Racing in: F1

    Joined ARM in: 2011

    Racing Number: 16

    Date of Birth: 16.10.1997

    • 2008-2010 – Junior Karting Series

    • 2011

      Winter Cup, KF3, 8th

      CIK-FIA World Cup, KF3, Champion

    • 2012

      WSK Euro Series, KF2, Champion

      CIK-FIA European, KF2, runner-up

      CIK-FIA World Championship, U18, runner-up

      CIK-FIA World Cup, KF2, 5th

    • 2013 – World Championship, KZ1, runner-up

    • 2014 – ALPS Formula Renault 2.0, runner-up

    • 2015 – FIA F3 European Championship, 4th & Best Rookie

    • 2016 – GP3 Series, Champion

       

    • 2017 – FIA Formula 2, Champion

    • 2018 – F1 with Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team, 13th

    • 2019 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow, 4th

    • 2020 – F1 with Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow

  • Jose Maria Lopez

    The Argentinean ARM driver is proof that single-seaters are not the only option when it comes to a full-time career in motor sport. “Pechito” has driven practically every type of racing car. Following his debut in karting, he moved up to single-seaters winning the Renault V6 Eurocup after which he competed in F3000 and the GP2 Series before moving to Renault F1 as a test driver. By scoring a raft of victories Pechito became the benchmark driver in touring car racing in Argentina, which opened the doors of the Citroën team in the WTCC to him where he won the world title three times on the bounce. In 2017, Jose-Maria proved his skills as an all-rounder by making his debut in not just one, but two series tackling Formula E and the FIA WEC in LMP1 as a Toyota works driver. After three seasons racing in both categories, he decided to focus on the LMP1 category in the FIA World Endurance Championship with Toyota Gazoo Racing.

    From: Argentina

    Currently Racing in: FIA World Endurance Championship

    Joined ARM in: 2017

    Racing Number: 7

    Date of Birth: 26.04.1983

    • 2001 – Formula Renault 2.0, 17th

    • 2002 – Formula Renault 2.0, Champion

    • 2003 – Formula Renault V6, Champion

       

    • 2004 – F3000, 6th

       

    • 2005 – GP2 Series, 9th

       

    • 2006 – GP2 Series, 10th

       

    • 2007 – TC2000, 5th

    • 2008 – TC2000, Champion

    • 2009 – TC2000, Champion

    • 2010 – TC2000, 6th

    • 2011 – TC2000, 5th

    • 2012 – Super TC2000, Champion

    • 2013 – Super TC2000, 5th

    • 2014 – WTCC, Champion

    • 2015 – WTCC, Champion

    • 2016 – WTCC, Champion

    • 2017 – WEC in LMP1 with Toyota Gazoo Racing, 6th

    • 2017/18 – FE with Dragon Racing, 17th

    • 2018 – Le Mans 24h, 2nd

    • 2018/19 

      FE with Geox Dragon, 21st

      WEC in LMP1 with Toyota Gazoo Racing, 2nd

      Le Mans 24h, 2nd

       

    • 2019/20 – WEC in LMP1 with Toyota Gazoo Racing

  • Gabriele Mini

    All Road Management signed the young Italian karting driver Gabriele Mini at the end of 2018. After many successes in the 60 Mini category Gabriele showed rare consistency fighting at the front and winning in the main Junior Championships in 2018. In OK-Junior, he was competing for victory in the principal championships in his first international season. In particular, he filled the runner-up spot in the FIA Karting Junior European and World Championships. Seduced by Gabriele’s talent and motivation, ARM decided to support his sporting career by integrating him into its line-up making the fourteen year old its youngest-ever recruit. In 2019, he continued his career at the highest level of karting in the top OK category with a programme focused on FIA Karting competitions and European and World Championships with the Parolin Racing Kart team that has accompanied him since the early days. 2020 will represent an important step in Mini’s career as he will jump into single-seater racing in the Italian Formula 4 Championship with Prema.

    From: Italy

    Currently Racing in: Formula 4

    Joined ARM in: 2018

    Racing Number: 46

    Date of Birth: 15.03.2005

    • 2013 – Debut in Karting

    • 2017 – Champion WSK Super Master Series, 60 Mini

    • 2018

      Champion WSK Super Master Series, OK-Junior

      2nd WSK Final Cup, OK-Junior

      Vice-Champion FIA Karting European Championship, OK-Junior

      Vice-Champion FIA Karting World Championship, OK-Junior

    • 2019 – 2nd WSK Champions Cup, OK

    • 2020 – Formula 4 Italy & Germany

They have also been part of ARM

  • Sebastien Bourdais

    From: France

    With ARM in: 2008-2009

    Date of Birth: 28/02/1979

  • Pastor Maldonado

    From: Venezuela

    With ARM in: 2009-2015

    Date of Birth: 09/03/1985

  • Jules Bianchi

    From: France

    With ARM in: 2007-2015

    Date of Birth: 03/08/1989 - 17/07/2015