Callum Voisin will step up to FIA Formula 3 with Rodin Carlin in 2024. The 17-year-old joins F3 after winning the 2023 GB3 Championship with the British team last season.

After spending 2019 and 2020 racing in karting, Voisin made the step up into car racing, competing in the Ginetta Junior Championship in 2021. He followed that up with a switch to single seaters and GB3, racing with Rodin Carlin in 2022 and 2023, culminating in last year’s title success.

He claimed an impressive 17 podium finishes, five fastest laps, 11 pole positions and five race victories across those two seasons, with two victories and six poles launching him to the GB3 title success in 2023.

The Briton also took part in post-season testing with the team following the end of last year’s F3 season, forming part of the Rodin Carlin lineup at the Jerez, Barcelona and Imola tests.

“I am absolutely thrilled to be staying with Rodin Carlin for the 2024 FIA F3 season,” Voisin said of his promotion. “It is a dream of mine to race alongside the Formula 1 stage, so I can’t wait to get started with pre-season testing in Bahrain. There is plenty for me to learn, not least new tracks and a different car. I am immensely grateful to Rodin Carlin, RDA and Edge management for making this possible.”

Rodin Carlin F3 Team Manager Sam Waple added that Voisin’s continuation with the team was a huge opportunity, with both parties having already formed an effective relationship.

“I’m so pleased that Callum will be joining our FIA F3 team for the upcoming season. Callum has been part of the wider Rodin Carlin team for the past two seasons so being able to build on that strong working relationship is something I’m incredibly happy we can continue. Despite the learning curve ahead, I have no doubt that Callum with be a huge asset to the team following what was a brilliant GB3 Championship winning campaign.”