Meet the drivers!

We only work with professional racers! Read their stories below.

Meindert van Buuren

Van Buuren began karting in 2004 at the age of nine and raced mostly in various Dutch championships, working his way up from the junior ranks to progress through to the Rotax Max DD2 category by 2011, when he finished in fourth position in the Rotax Max Wintercup.

2011 saw his début in the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup championship with Van Amersfoort Racing. Van Buuren finished 21st in the championship, despite missing the final round of the championship, at Monza.[3] He also contested four rounds of the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, but only finished one race inside the top twenty placings.

He remained in both series for the 2012 season, but switched to Manor MP Motorsport.[4] He improved to eleventh position in the NEC series, while in the Eurocup, he recorded four top-twenty finishes.

Beitske Visser

Having received a kart for her fifth birthday, Beitske went on to win several FIA awards during a glittering international karting career which started in 2007. She made her open-wheel debut in the ADAC Formel Masters five years later and joined the Red Bull Junior programme in 2013, competing against several current F1 drivers in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series the following year. Beitske became the first woman to join the BMW Motorsport Junior programme three years later, winning several GT4 races for the German marque.

She finished runner-up in W Series’ maiden on-track season in 2019 and won the inaugural W Series Esports League in 2020. Since then she has raced for the Richard Mille Racing Team in the European Le Mans Series, making history at the 24 Hours of Le Mans where an all-female team competed in the LMP2 category for the first time, finishing ninth in class. Visser won her first karting championship wearing one blue glove and one red one, a superstition that continues today.