Since taking his first major international karting title at the 2012 Rotax World Finals, Charlie’s racing resume has grown to a catalogue of success. Further collecting 2 titles in his final year of karting (2013 Rotax European Championship, 2013 Florida Winter Tour Championship) and crowned vice champion in the 2013 Pan American Challenge, Charlie was awarded the accolade of Belfast’s Junior Sports Personality of the Year.
Graduating to single-seaters in 2014, he contested BRDC F4 Championship, earning two podiums in his debut season. Before tackling the Toyota Racing Series in 2015, where he finished second in the New Zealand Grand Prix.
Making the switch to GT racing, Charlie’s supreme talents were recognised when he was awarded Porsche Carrera Cup GB scholarship for 2016/17. Propelling his sportscar career, Charlie was crowned Porsche Carrera Cup GB Rookie Champion in 2016, before returning to take the overall title in 2017.
2018 season saw Charlie make the step up to the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup and the FIA World Endurance Championship Super Season with TF Sport. Scoring three second place finishes at the 6 Hours of Spa, Silverstone and Fuji. Before tackling the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June, Charlie made his first foray into a 24 hour event, scoring a podium at 24h Nürburgring.
Returning to the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup in 2019 with the Oman Racing with TF Sport team, Charlie and his teammates claimed the Pro-Am Championship, with victory in the 24 Hours of Spa, five podiums and three pole positions to their campaign.
In December 2019, Charlie achieved a lifetime goal, signing as a factory driver with Aston Martin Racing. Missing out on the overall International GT Open title but just two points, Charlie ended his first season with the iconic manufacturer runner up with 3 race wins and 5 further podium finishes.
Continuing this momentum into 2020, Charlie charged to victory at the gruelling 24 Hours of Le Mans. In taking victory he became the first Northern Irishman to do so in over a decade. Compounded with a strong World Endurance Championship season, Charlie along with his team-mates ended the season vice-champions, taking a further three victories and another podium finish along the way.
Moving into 2021, Charlie expanded his racing prowess into racing prototypes, contesting the LMP2 category with Racing Team Turkey and TF Sport. Alongside guest entries in GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup, Intercontinental GT Open and British GT3, where he enjoyed a series of podiums and victories.
In 2022 Charlie rejoined the European Le Mans series (ELMS) paddock competing in LMP2 machinery with TF Sport for a second year, as part of his wider Aston Martin factory driver role. Charlie was also announced as an official Mercedes AMG-F1 Simulator driver, supporting the Formula 1 team.
Continuing his partnership with TF Sport as an Aston Martin factory driver Charlie will be competing in the FIA World Endurance Championship GTE-AM for 2023 and ELMS
2022 - Mercedes AMG-F1 Simulator Driver
2020 Le Man 24Hs Winner
Aston Martin Racing Factory Driver
2019 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup - Pro-Am Champion
2019 24 Hours of Spa Winner
2017 Porsche Carrera Cup GB Champion
Infinity Sports Management and 2022 LMP2 Pro Am ELMS champions Racing Team Turkey and delighted to announce Charlie Eastwood will remain with the team to fight to maintain their title crown in the TF Sport-run Oreca this season.
Infinity Sports Management driver Charlie Eastwood was crowned LMP2 Pro-AM Champion in European Le Mans Series at the season finale in Portugal, sealing the title in sensational style alongside his Racing Team Turkey team-mates Salih Yoluc and Jack Aitken.
It’s been a busy and successful month for Infinity’s roster of talented sportscar drivers. From the Ardennes mountains of Spa, to racing in the shadow of Mount Fuji, Infinity drivers have continued to shine on a global stage.
It was a busy weekend for the Infinity squad as Logan Sargeant became the first American Formula 2 winner, and other drivers saw success from Monza to Croft.
Infinity Drivers were back on top last weekend as we celebrated the successes of our talented racers who topped the podium, from Karting to Sportscars. It was a shining weekend that saw victories, series debuts and impressive performances across the board.
Last weekend marked a sensational outing for Infinity drivers in European Le Mans Series, which saw Charlie Eastwood joined by Logan Sargeant as they took to the wheel of the Racing Team Turkey by TF Sport LMP2 entry. Together with teammate Salih Yoluç, the trio scored both pole position and a podium finish in only the team’s second LMP2 outing in the series.
Charlie Eastwood became the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship LMGTE-Am Vice-Champion at the weekend after an immense duel in Bahrain saw him narrowly miss out on the overall crown.
Charlie Eastwood and his TF Sport team-mate Salih Yoluc have been crowned 2020 International GT Open Vice-Champions, after celebrating a near perfect weekend of racing where they ultimately narrowly missed out on the top spot by just two points.
Infinity Sports Management’s Charlie Eastwood celebrated a sensational victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMGTE-Am class, joining an elite rank of drivers to have won at the world’s best-known endurance event.
The Infinity Sports Management drivers celebrated another successful weekend (15/16 August) of competition, by claiming podiums in national and international GT championships.
The weekend proved to be another successful one in the books for Infinity Sports Management, with two drivers taking their maiden wins in FIA F3 and British Formula 4.