Meet our drivers
Bruna is an exciting young talent from Caibi – Santa Catarina, Brazil. She entered her first race at seven years old and finished an impressive third. In 2013, she entered Brazil’s Formula Junior championship earning herself a pole and a podium. Over the next seven years, she would continue to race in single-seater and endurance championships collecting wins, podiums and gaining a huge amount of experience that she has now brought to the table in W Series.
One of the UK’s brightest young drivers, Chadwick brings a wealth of experience to the table with multiple championships to her name. After taking her first steps on track in the Ginetta Junior Championship, she made a spectacular breakthrough by winning the 2015 British GT Championship in the GT4 class. She moved to the British Formula 3 Championship in 2017, making strides as she learned the ropes of open-wheel racing.
Stéphane has enjoyed a long and diverse career in the sport. Although perhaps best-known for his sportscar racing exploits – with six podium finishes in the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours, two Le Mans Series titles and multiple victories in the FIA World Endurance Championship – he has an extremely versatile CV.
One of the leading protagonists in the South African Cross Country Series (SACCS), Lance has established a fearsome reputation himself for his off-road endurance skills. With 12 seasons of competition under his belt, he is no stranger to breaking records. Lance piloted the Ford Ranger V8 to victory on its domestic debut in 2013 – making him the youngest driver in South African history to win a national cross-country event – and secured back-to-back SACCS Class T Production Vehicle titles in 2018 and 2019.
Emma joins Veloce with a wealth of off-road experience in rallying, rallycross and cross country competition. The versatile Kiwi has achieved a class stage win in the FIA WRC and reached the X Games semi-finals. She made history as the first woman to place inside the overall top three in the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship – and, to-date, only – female to win a New Zealand Rally Championship event outright. Emma was also crowned winner of the prestigious FIA Women in Motorsport and QMMF Cross Country Selection in 2015.