Sarah is a driver in the W Series, not only a multiple race winner but a Championship winner too. Having competed in Motorsport for 18 years Sarah is very experience, full of knowledge, professional and most of all dedicated.

Starting in karting at the age of 4, racing from the age of 8, Sarah progressed in her career making the move into cars in 2007 as part of the Ginetta Junior Winter Series. After a year of learning in 2008, she then went on to win the Championship in 2009 becoming the first ever female to do so. Since then Sarah has gone on to race in various Championships including Intersteps (Formula BMW), Smart42 Cup, British ProKart Enurance Championship, GT86 Cup (VLN), BritCar Endurance Championship and the W Series.

Sarah's career really progressed in 2018 when she joined for a full season in the BritCar Championship alongside Matt Greenwood. Competing in a Ginetta G50, a car which Sarah knew well it gave her great confidence. A very close battle at the start of the year against the TCR Seats kept her on her toes, but they ended the year strong with a number of wins and wrapped up the championship with one race to spare.

In 2019, Sarah was selected to be one of 20 drivers to be part of the inaugural season of the W Series. A Series created to help promote female drivers in Motorsport in hope to help a female make that step towards being professional drivers and hope to see some of them make it into Formula One. All racing in identical Formula 3 cars, and changing cars and engineers every race kept everything even. Sarah started the season of strong qualifying 3rd at Hockenheim, following that up with two top 5 finishes and only one result out the top 10 leaving her 8th overall in the standings.

Away from the track Sarah is a qualified ARDs A grade qualified race driver coach and instructor and enjoys spending time with family and keeping fit. Sarah is a proud ambassador for Racing Pride UK and part of the LGBTQ community as well as a former BRDC rising star.