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Support Nicole Havrda in F3

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Raised towards giving goal

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of $150,000.00 goal

99 days left to reach goal

Last gift received on Oct 16, 2023

Highlights

Group created on Apr 5, 2023

$6,725.00

Total raised since group was created

$6,675.00

Total given to charities, Campaigns, or other Givings Groups

$50.00

Money currently available to give from this group

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Group Admins

Road to Racing is pleased to support Nicole Havrda in her pursuit of a F3 championship. Please support Nicole by making a donation to this giving group. Donations will be issued a charitable tax receipt

FUNDRAISING UPDATE

Please note that the total funds raised on this site are IN ADDITION to funds raised that are sent to directly to Road To Racing. We encourage large donors to contact us directly at [email protected] regarding wiring funds or mailing a cheque.

Women in Racing Scholarship

Road To Racing is committed to building a more diverse and inclusive sport, breaking down the stereotypes associated with a career in motorsports and encouraging people from all backgrounds to get involved. We want to improve access for under-represented drivers finding their way through the motorsports ladder in Canada and ultimately to professional racing.

About Nicole

Nicole Havrda is a 17-year-old Canadian racer that is turning heads for her fast and smart racing style.
She has been racing since she has been 10 years old, before that she was a competitive downhill ski racer and a swimmer for 6 years.
Her goal is to work her way up to become a professional race car driver racing at the highest level possible.
Nicole has been an athlete all her life. She was a competitive alpine ski racer as well as a competitive swimmer until the auto racing bug bit her.
She joined the West Coast Kart Club, located outside Vancouver, BC, in 2018, and completed a few successful test sessions. She started competing in 2019 in Rotax Junior and proceeded to achieve multiple podium finishes and, ultimately, take Rookie of the Year honours. In 2020, she continued her development in Rotax Junior, and saw success with multiple top 10 finishes while competing at events across North America.
2021 was another successful kart season as well as making the transition to cars. She proved her talent and potential with successful test sessions in an F4 car, as well as a successful test session in a GT4 car. Her season culminated with her first car race – an endurance race in a Mercedes-AMG GT4.
2022 has seen great development in all aspects of her career. She tested with W Series in January and then commenced an intensive US testing program in a Ligier JS F3. She followed that up with multiple races in the Western US and has seen top five finishes and two race wins.
Later in the season, she completed a test in an Aston Martin GT4 with The Heart Of Racing. Nicole was chosen out of more than 100 other female drivers to do the test. For the end of the 2022 racing season Nicole was invited to compete in the Indian Racing League, which consist of 5 race weekends on two different tracks, one of them being a street circuit. She left the drivers championship in P11 and got two top 5 finishes, out of some very experienced racers from across the world.
She has conducted multiple media appearances with national television and other media formats, with a highlight including a televised interview with Lewis Hamilton at the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix.
She is well-focused and balances her physical and mental training and in-car training with her studies, as she completes her secondary schooling through distance learning. She has the right attitude and work ethic, and also has the right support structure to enable her success. Her ultimate goal is to work her way to the top of the single-seater racing ladder and is prepared to put in the work to make that happen.

Nicole's 2022 race season

Two top 5 finishes in the Indian Racing League Series, 65 points and P11 in the drivers’ championship.

Aston Martin GT4 Test with The Heart Of Racing – Apex Motorsport, AZ
1st - SCCA FA class Buttonwillow Raceway Park, CA – double race win, pole and track record for class.

4th - Formula Pro USA Series – F3 – Sonoma Raceway, CA

W Series Test – Arizona, USA – F4

F3 Development program ranging from 6-8 days per month of intensive testing in a Ligier JS F3. Supplemented by intensive physical training, mechanical training and simulator training.

How is the money going to be used?

Funds raised for the Women in Racing Scholarship benefitting Nicole Havrda will be used to cover expenses related to arrive and drive services, tires, fuel, entry fees, coaching, and travel for Nicole. In 2023 Nicole wants to race in the Formula Regional Americas series, and gain experience on the east coast circuit.



Road to Racing is a Canadian registered Amateur Athletics Association and is permitted by CRA to issue tax receipts for donations. We are dedicated to advancing motorsports on a nationwide basis, and supporting amateur athletes in achieving their dreams.

As per CRA requirements, Donors can indicate their program preference for how a charity will apply their donation (in this case to Nicole Havrda ), but ultimate authority on the use of the resources must rest with the charity.
If the charity does not use the donation in the way the donors prefer, the charity will not return the donation to the donors. For example if the driver decides not to race, the remaining funds would remain with R2R for other scholarships.

Raised towards giving goal

$0.00

of $150,000.00 goal

99 days left to reach goal

Last gift received on Oct 16, 2023

Highlights

Group created on Apr 5, 2023

$6,725.00

Total raised since group was created

$6,675.00

Total given to charities, Campaigns, or other Givings Groups

$50.00

Money currently available to give from this group

This Giving Group supports...

This group has not yet chosen a Campaign or charity to support.

Giving Group

Support Nicole Havrda in F3

Sports and recreation

Join this group to get updates, show your support, and connect with other group members.

Group Admins

Road to Racing is pleased to support Nicole Havrda in her pursuit of a F3 championship. Please support Nicole by making a donation to this giving group. Donations will be issued a charitable tax receipt

FUNDRAISING UPDATE

Please note that the total funds raised on this site are IN ADDITION to funds raised that are sent to directly to Road To Racing. We encourage large donors to contact us directly at [email protected] regarding wiring funds or mailing a cheque.

Women in Racing Scholarship

Road To Racing is committed to building a more diverse and inclusive sport, breaking down the stereotypes associated with a career in motorsports and encouraging people from all backgrounds to get involved. We want to improve access for under-represented drivers finding their way through the motorsports ladder in Canada and ultimately to professional racing.

About Nicole

Nicole Havrda is a 17-year-old Canadian racer that is turning heads for her fast and smart racing style.
She has been racing since she has been 10 years old, before that she was a competitive downhill ski racer and a swimmer for 6 years.
Her goal is to work her way up to become a professional race car driver racing at the highest level possible.
Nicole has been an athlete all her life. She was a competitive alpine ski racer as well as a competitive swimmer until the auto racing bug bit her.
She joined the West Coast Kart Club, located outside Vancouver, BC, in 2018, and completed a few successful test sessions. She started competing in 2019 in Rotax Junior and proceeded to achieve multiple podium finishes and, ultimately, take Rookie of the Year honours. In 2020, she continued her development in Rotax Junior, and saw success with multiple top 10 finishes while competing at events across North America.
2021 was another successful kart season as well as making the transition to cars. She proved her talent and potential with successful test sessions in an F4 car, as well as a successful test session in a GT4 car. Her season culminated with her first car race – an endurance race in a Mercedes-AMG GT4.
2022 has seen great development in all aspects of her career. She tested with W Series in January and then commenced an intensive US testing program in a Ligier JS F3. She followed that up with multiple races in the Western US and has seen top five finishes and two race wins.
Later in the season, she completed a test in an Aston Martin GT4 with The Heart Of Racing. Nicole was chosen out of more than 100 other female drivers to do the test. For the end of the 2022 racing season Nicole was invited to compete in the Indian Racing League, which consist of 5 race weekends on two different tracks, one of them being a street circuit. She left the drivers championship in P11 and got two top 5 finishes, out of some very experienced racers from across the world.
She has conducted multiple media appearances with national television and other media formats, with a highlight including a televised interview with Lewis Hamilton at the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix.
She is well-focused and balances her physical and mental training and in-car training with her studies, as she completes her secondary schooling through distance learning. She has the right attitude and work ethic, and also has the right support structure to enable her success. Her ultimate goal is to work her way to the top of the single-seater racing ladder and is prepared to put in the work to make that happen.

Nicole's 2022 race season

Two top 5 finishes in the Indian Racing League Series, 65 points and P11 in the drivers’ championship.

Aston Martin GT4 Test with The Heart Of Racing – Apex Motorsport, AZ
1st - SCCA FA class Buttonwillow Raceway Park, CA – double race win, pole and track record for class.

4th - Formula Pro USA Series – F3 – Sonoma Raceway, CA

W Series Test – Arizona, USA – F4

F3 Development program ranging from 6-8 days per month of intensive testing in a Ligier JS F3. Supplemented by intensive physical training, mechanical training and simulator training.

How is the money going to be used?

Funds raised for the Women in Racing Scholarship benefitting Nicole Havrda will be used to cover expenses related to arrive and drive services, tires, fuel, entry fees, coaching, and travel for Nicole. In 2023 Nicole wants to race in the Formula Regional Americas series, and gain experience on the east coast circuit.



Road to Racing is a Canadian registered Amateur Athletics Association and is permitted by CRA to issue tax receipts for donations. We are dedicated to advancing motorsports on a nationwide basis, and supporting amateur athletes in achieving their dreams.

As per CRA requirements, Donors can indicate their program preference for how a charity will apply their donation (in this case to Nicole Havrda ), but ultimate authority on the use of the resources must rest with the charity.
If the charity does not use the donation in the way the donors prefer, the charity will not return the donation to the donors. For example if the driver decides not to race, the remaining funds would remain with R2R for other scholarships.

Raised towards giving goal

$0.00

of $150,000.00 goal

99 days left to reach goal

Last gift received on Oct 16, 2023

Highlights

Group created on Apr 5, 2023

$6,725.00

Total raised since group was created

$6,675.00

Total given to charities, Campaigns, or other Givings Groups

$50.00

Money currently available to give from this group

This Giving Group supports...

This group has not yet chosen a Campaign or charity to support.