História

BIA FIGUEIREDO

Primeira brasileira a correr em uma categoria top do automobilismo mundial, a Fórmula Indy, Ana Beatriz Figueiredo – ou Bia Figueiredo – disputa sua quarta temporada da Stock Car. Ela é a primeira mulher do mundo a vencer na Firestone Indy Lights, a única a vencer na Fórmula Renault, a única a conquistar uma pole position na Fórmula 3, e a única a disputar e a vencer no Desafio das Estrelas, torneio anual de kart organizado por Felipe Massa.

É também a primeira brasileira a conquistar um lugar no grid e a disputar as 500 Milhas de Indianópolis e um campeonato integral da Fórmula Indy. Bia iniciou sua carreira aos 8 anos de idade, completa 25 anos de carreira em 2018, e hoje concilia a agenda da Stock Car com palestras, eventos, curso de direção preventiva. Além disso, Bia atua esporadicamente como repórter do programa Auto Esporte, da Rede Globo, e é conselheira do Instituto Barrichello.

CARREIRA

2014 - Presente

2018

2017

2016

2015
StockCar Brasil AmPm União Química Racing

2014
StockCar Brasil AmPm Pro GP Team

2008 - 2013

2013
IndyCar Series – Partial Season with Ipiranga Dale Coyne Racing
Indy500 – 15th place; 4th fastest lap; Biggest Mover (14 places)

2012
IndyCar Series – 2 races IndyCar Series with Andretti Autosport

2011
IndyCar Series with Ipiranga Dreyer Reinbold Racing

2010
Debut in IndyCar Series – 4 races
Best Rookie/ Woman race finish at her race debut in São Paulo Brazil 13th.
Best Rookie Qualified for Indy500

2009
Firestone Indy Lights
1st Place at Iowa Grand Prix
Indy Lights Most Popular Driver Award

2008
Firestone Indy Lights
3rd place – Sam Schmidt Motorsport Team
6 podiums – St Peterburg, Iowa Speedway, Watkins Glen, Nashville, Infineon, Chicagoland
1 victory – Nashville
Rising Star Award

2004 - 2007

2007
A1 GP
Rookie driver for brazilian team in China
Testing in Europe

2006
South American Formula 3
5th place – 5 podiums and one pole position
São Paulo Citizen Driver Award

2005
Formula Renault Brazil
3rd place – won 3 races: Campo Grande, Vitória and Tarumã
Pole Position in 4 races: Campo Grande, Vitória and Interlagos (twice)
Gold Helmet Award – Winner

2004
Formula Renault Brazil – 5th place
2nd place in South American F3 Lights

1994 - 2003

2003
Karting
Rookie of the year -Brazilian Formula Renault
Best lap – Londrina and Campo Grande
Champion – Sorriso Petrobrás Kart Cup
2nd place – Petrobrás Karting Selective

2002
Karting
Gold Helmet Award – Best Brazilian Driver
2nd place – Brazilian Championship
3rd place – São Paulo Championship of karting cat. A

2001
Karting
Gold Helmet Award – Best Brazilian Driver
2nd of Brazil Kart Cup
Pole Position – Brazilian Championship – cat. A
3rd place – Brazilian Championship – cat. A
3rd place – São Paulo Championship

2000
Karting Cat. B
2nd place – São Paulo Campionship
3rd place – Parilla Racing Cup
6th place – Spring of Braga Cup, Portugal
38th place – World Championship – Braga, Portugal
Gold Helmet Award from Racing Magazine – Best Brazilian Driver

1999
Karting Cadet Jr
5th place – São Paulo Championship
13th place – Brazilian Championship

1998
Karting Cadet Jr
5th place – São Paulo Championship

1997
Karting Cadet Jr
3rd place – Brazilian Championship

1996
Karting Cadet Jr
4th place – São Paulo Championship

1995
Karting Cadet Jr
5th place – Brazilian Champioship
3rd place – Schincariol Cup
6th place – São Paulo Championship

1994
Karting Cadet Jr
6th place – São Paulo Championship