Since he began karting, Olli Caldwell has been on a one way track to success. Performing beyond his young age, Olli has been pushing the barriers and claiming records throughout the junior formulae he has competed in.
Making the step to the Ginetta Junior Championship at the halfway point of the 2016 season, having had to wait to meet the age requirements. He made an instant impact by becoming the youngest driver ever to grace the podium, at his first race.
Joining the FIA British F4 Championship in 2017 in a similar situation, having turned 16 after 4 rounds had been completed, Olli mounted the challenge and consistently placed within the top-10. Pushing himself further, Olli also tackled the Italian F4 and ADAC F4 Championships ahead of a full season campaign the following year.
Following a strong winter in the UAE Formula 4 series, where Olli took three wins and four podiums. 2018 saw Olli contest a mighty challenge, juggling his GCSEs, along with racing a dual campaign across Italian and ADAC F4 Championships.
Teaming up with PREMA, Olli took a victory and 4 podiums in the ADAC series, including gracing the podium in front of the watching eye of the Formula 1 paddock, as part of the support series for the German GP.
Tackling the Italian F4 championship, Olli scored 4 victories, 11 podiums and 3 pole positions, to take third in the standings. The highlight of the season came when he claimed a clean sweep at Vallelunga, taking pole position, victory in each race and even a fastest lap to boot. Adding another string to his bow, the Brit also claimed GT4 victory at the 2018 Gulf 12 Hours.
Sticking with PREMA for the 2019 Formula Regional European Championship, Olli ended the year with one win and five podiums.
In 2020, Olli officially joined the Formula 1 support paddock as he signed for Trident in the FIA Formula 3 Championship. Gaining invaluable experience, in what was a difficult year for many in motorsport due to the pandemic. Switching to PREMA for his second year in the championship, Olli ended the season with a total of four podiums, including. a maiden win.
The 2021 season ended with a series of firsts for the talented Brit, as he got his first taste of both LMP2 machinery competing in the WEC 8 Hours of Bahrain as well as FIA Formula 2, as he joined Campos for the final two rounds of the season.
Continuing with Campos for 2022 and following on from his Formula 3 campaign, where he fought for the title. Olli caught the attention of Alpine F1 Team’s driver academy and was signed up to accelerate towards his dreams, receiving training and supporting Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon with simulator work as well as his first taste of F1 machinery completing two successful test days with the team and their 2021 car.
This year sees Olli graduate from the acamdey and join the Alpine ELF Endurance Team for the 2023 FIA WEC Championship, competing in LMP2 machinery in prepartion for Alpine's return to Hypercar machinery in 2024.
Alpine Academy Member
BRDC Rising Star
Grand Chelem in Italian F4 in 2018 - Pole Position, Race Win, Fastest Lap
Youngest ever points scorer in British F4
Youngest ever podium in Ginetta Junior Championship
Algarve Pro Racing gears up for an electrifying 2024 European Le Mans Series (ELMS) campaign, proudly announcing the inclusion of Olli Caldwell to their racing ensemble. Caldwell, a prominent Alpine Academy star, joins the 2023 championship-winning team for his sophomore season in the highly competitive ELMS LMP2 Pro class. Collaborating with seasoned teammates Alex Lynn and Matthias Kaiser, Caldwell aims to fortify the team's position and propel them towards continued success.
Olli Caldwell proudly joins Alpine Elf Endurance Team for 2023 FIA World Endurance Championship. The British driver will take to the wheel of the #35 Alpine A470 prototype machine alongside team-mates Brazil’s André Negrão and Mexican driver Memo Rojas, as the talented trio challenge for the LMP2 Endurance Trophy.
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.
Alpine Academy driver Olli Caldwell made his test debut with BWT Alpine F1 Team yesterday, taking to the seat of the A521 at his home track Silverstone. For the realisation of a childhood dream, Olli was trusted with the opportunity to run with the team as part of their young driver test programme, where he completed 485.7km across the morning and afternoon sessions.
It was a busy weekend for Infinity drivers, with podiums at Le Mans, Baku and Oulton Park...
In a weekend of thrilling racing, we celebrated some incredible performances from our talented drivers who rose to the podium in Euroformula Open, Formula 2 and Formula 1 respectively.
Infinity Sports Management are delighted to confirm that Olli Caldwell has joined the Alpine Academy and will be contesting in his first full-season Formula 2 campaign with Campos Racing.
Olli Caldwell will make his FIA Formula 2 debut with Campos Racing next weekend, joining the historic team for the final two rounds of the 2021 season.
Our talented racers were back on the podium, this last weekend we celebrated some stand out performances for Frank Bird at Brands Hatch and Logan Sargeant at Spa-Francorchamps. Join us as we recap on their successes in GT and single-seater racing...
What a whirlwind of a few weeks it’s been for our single-seater squad. From Spa to Hungary and back home in the UK, our talented bunch have been putting in some stellar performances, strong comebacks and even earning debut race wins. Join us as we recap on some exciting track action…
From the Styrian mountains to the shores of the Adriatic Sea, last weekend saw Infinity drivers fighting at the front in both single seaters and GT championships. Putting in some stellar performances and battling back from arduous blows, our talented squad graced each step of the podium. Join us as we look back on an exciting weekend’s racing…
Last weekend saw the opening rounds of top junior categories, as the lights went green on the 2021 season in FIA Formula 3 and British F4 respectively. Where Infinity drivers wasted no time in putting in some strong performances as they kicked off their championship campaigns in style.