Sophia Floersch Biography – Sophia Floersch Wiki
Sophia Floersch is a German racing driver. She was born on 1 December 2000 in Grünwald, Germany.
Floersch went to Grammar School Oberhaching. She has interests in karting, skiing and wind surfing.
She started karting in 2005 and between 2008 and 2014, she competed in various karting events across Europe through Kart Sport. She became both the first female driver and the youngest driver of the three series she competed in, the 2008 SAKC Championship, 2009 ADAC German Championship and 2010 European Championship Easykart.
Sophia Floersch Ginetta
In 2015, she competed in the 2015 Ginetta Junior Championship season driving for HHC Motorsport. She got two wins and a further two podiums. She went on to make double Ginetta history at Thruxton by becoming the youngest driver to win a Ginetta Junior race, and also the first rookie to win two out of two races in one weekend. She finished at the mid-season since her season was cut short due to financial issues.
Sophia Floersch F4
In 2015, she signed with Motopark to drive in the 2016 ADAC Formula 4 championship. In her debut race, she became the first female to score points in a ADAC Formula 4 race.
Sophia Floersch F3
She participated in her first Formula 3 test on 13 March 2018 driving a Van Amersfoort Racing car.
Sophia Floersch Age
She was born on 1 December 2000 in Grünwald, Germany.
Sophia Floersch Parents
She is the daughter of Alexander Florsch.
Sophia Floersch Nationality
She is German.
Sophia Floersch Crash | Sophia Floersch Macau Crash | Sophia Floersch Crash Macau | Sophia Floersch F3 Crash | Sophia Floersch Accident
Sophia Florsch, of Van Amersfoort Racing, lost control of her car after a collision with Jehan Daruvala heading towards the Lisboa bend, careering into another driver – Sho Tsuboi – before being launched into the air.
Both drivers, two photographers and a marshal were taken to Conde S. Januário hospital with all reported to be conscious.
In a statement, Van Amersfoort Racing said Florsch was diagnosed with a spinal fracture.
— VanAmersfoortRacing (@VARmotorsport) November 18, 2018
In a tweet Florsch said, “Just wanted to let everybody know that I am fine but will be going into Surgery tomorow morning [19 November 2018]. Thanks to the @fia and @hwaag_official @MercedesAMGF1 who are taking great care of me. Thanks to everybody for the Supporting messages. Update soon.”
Just wanted to let everybody know that I am fine but will be going into Surgery tomorow morning. Thanks to the @fia and @hwaag_official @MercedesAMGF1 who are taking great care of me.
Thanks to everybody for the Supporting messages.
— Sophia Floersch (@SophiaFloersch) November 18, 2018
In a statement, the Race organisers confirmed: “Five individuals were involved in the accident at Lisboa bend. All were conscious during transit to the hospital and are now receiving medical treatment: Two drivers, two photographers and one marshal. Further updates will be provided as soon as possible.”
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