Who is Macie?
Career to date:
Macie Hitter aged 15, from Norfolk
Ambition: To be a Professional Racing Driver
Racing Hero’s: Lewis Hamilton & Daniel Ricardo
Hobbies: Swimming, Boxing, Netball
2022 – Selected F4 Driver for UK – FIA Girls on Track Rising Stars
2021 – Selected Karting Driver for UK – FIA Girls on Track Rising Stars
2021 – Junior Ginetta Scholarship Finalist (for the 2022 Season)
2020 – Junior Ginetta Scholarship Finalist (for the 2021 Season)
2020 – Inaugural winner “Drive for Diversity” YRDA (Young Racing Driver Academy)
2020 – 4th Junior X30 – HKRC MSA Kimbolton
2019 – Female Champion Driver – HKRC MSA Kimbolton
2019 – Vice Champion – Honda Cadet Championship HKRC MSA Kimbolton
2019 – 9th Honda Cadet Championship Winter Cup MSA PF International
2019 – 18th Honda Cadet British Karting Championship (Top Female Honda Driver on points)
2018 – Female Champion Driver – HKRC MSA Kimbolton
2018 – 2nd Honda Cadet Championship – Winter Cup HKRC MSA Kimbolton
2018 – 3rd Honda Cadet Championship Ellough Park Raceway Beccles
2018 – 6th Honda Cadet Championship HKRC MSA Kimbolton
2017 – 3rd Top Female Driver – HKRC MSA Kimbolton
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Selected UK F4 Driver 2022 – FIA – Girls on track Rising Stars
This year 14 talented drivers from around the world were selected to compete at the Paul Ricard Circuit France (8 Juniors & 6 Seniors) , for the chance to win a potential seat at the Ferrari Academy and have the opportunity to compete in an international Championship in 2023. Macie was a selected UK driver for the Senior category (F4) .
Selected UK Karting Driver 2021 – FIA – Girls on track Rising Stars
Having been proposed by the National Sporting authorities of each country and selected by FIA Women in Motorsport Commission detection cell, 28 of the worlds most talent drivers were selected to compete at the Paul Ricard Circuit France (14 Juniors & 14 Seniors) , for the chance to win a potential seat at the Ferrari Academy and have the opportunity to compete in an international Championship in 2022. Macie was one of only 2 UK drivers selected for the junior category (Karting) .
Junior Ginetta Scholarship Finalist – 2021
Having just one practice session in the Junior Ginetta , Macie competed on Saturday 18th December 2020 for the chance to win a Scholarship for the 2021 season out of 65 Drivers. Making it to the finals on Sunday 20th December, Macie missed out on taking the win but had an amazing experience being part of this opportunity.
“Drive for Diversity” Inaugural award winner – 2020
After displaying Macie’s talents in the Junior X30 class, which has seen her win the HKRC Top Female Driver award for two consecutive years, Macie received the “Drive for Diversity” award with YRDA (Young Racing Driver Academy), this enables Macie to use their state of the art facilities for simulator training, mentoring, fitness programme, progression and social media support.
Junior X30 – 2020 Season – 4th HKRC Championship
2020 saw Macie take the mammoth jump to compete in the Junior X30 class, one of the most competitive and exciting classes which even the best racing drivers in the world, regularly return to. Racing with Team Coles for the 2020 season, saw Macie finish a well respected 4th place in the Kimbolton MSA Championship.
Honda Cadet – 2019 Season
Vice Champion in the Kimbolton MSA Championship , to the British Honda Cadet Champion Mitchell Gibbons.
For the second year running Macie also won the trophy for Top Female Driver at HKRC, this is for scoring the highest points out of all the classes.
Honda Cadet British Kart Championships 2019 was an amazing experience for Macie, with 57 drivers, of which only 4 females entered in this male dominated sport, Macie finished as the top UK female driver overall for this class.