Saudi Arabia’s first female racing driver, Reema Juffali, begins an exciting new era in 2023, continuing to spearhead her new team Theeba Motorsport and competing in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS.Reema has established herself as an inspiration and role model to female athletes in Saudi Arabia, as well as female racing drivers across the world. Reema began her career with appearances in the TRD 86 Cup and MRF Challenge in 2018, before switching to the UK to contest the F4 British Championship in 2019, where she frequently secured point-scoring finishes. Reema previously joined Douglas Motorsport for the 2021 GB3 Championship and raced at some of the most iconic circuits in motorsport, including Spa-Francorchamps and Silverstone. In 2022, she reached new heights by aiding her new team Theeba Motorsport in securing a second-place finish in the Pro-Am class of the International GT Open, alongside teammate Adam Christodoulou. Follow Reema as she continues her journey to inspire racing drivers all over the world while also creating a platform for emerging talent in Saudi Arabia.
Theeba Motorsport was founded by Saudi Arabia’s first female racing driver, Reema Juffali, and will compete in the Bronze cup of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS in 2023. Reema will be joined by Ralf Aron throughout the season, with the addition of driver Alain Valente for the championship's Endurance races. In 2022, the team secured a second-place finish in the International GT Open's Pro-Am class, with Reema and teammate Adam Christodoulou. The team aspires to improve the Kingdom’s access to motorsport by providing a space to learn and participate through a variety of educational opportunities and programmes.It is the team’s ambition to one day make history by contesting the prestigious LeMans 24 Hours under a Saudi Arabian licence. Theeba Motorsport is proud to take its first steps towards improving opportunities, representation, diversity and inclusion in motorsport.