Rodin Motorsport has today announced a rebranding and name change ahead of the 2024 season. Previously known as Rodin Carlin, the championship-winning team will now compete as Rodin Motorsport from 2024 onwards.
Based in Farnham, the team has been a formidable presence in junior motorsport since its establishment in 1999. With a rich history in various championships including F4, F3, F2, Indy Lights, INDYCAR, ELMS, and the Asian Le Mans Series, the team boasts an impressive tally of nearly 500 race wins, over 30 championship titles, and has been instrumental in advancing over 30 drivers to F1.
The renaming follows last year’s investment by New Zealand-based Rodin Cars, prompting a shift to new black and white colours while maintaining its dedication to the FIA Formula 2, Formula 3, F1 Academy, GB3, Spanish F4, and British F4 categories.
David Dicker, Rodin Motorsport’s director, expressed his enthusiasm for this new chapter: “I am thrilled to lead Rodin Motorsport into this new era of our racing history. We have a tremendous racing pedigree, and we aim to continue building on this legacy. The 2024 season promises to be an exciting time for everyone at Rodin Motorsport, and I am eagerly looking forward to returning to the track, which is where we truly belong.
“Our fundamental principles remain unchanged. We are committed to maintaining our position as the premier junior motorsport team. Our dedication to our drivers, championships, and staff is steadfast; our focus is on racing, nurturing driving talent, and continuing our winning streak.”
Rodin Cars, though a relatively recent entrant in the motorsport and automotive industry, is rapidly making a name for itself as a constructor of high-technology, high-performance track cars and engines. Situated on the South Island of New Zealand, Rodin Cars’ headquarters boasts a state-of-the-art factory and bespoke test tracks spread across a 550-hectare site. Home to the FZED and FZERO, the Rodin Cars facility exemplifies the company’s commitment to cutting-edge technology and performance, underlining its deep-seated passion for motorsport.
We can today confirm a change in name and branding for the upcoming 2024 season and we will race under the new name Rodin Motorsport!
— Rodin Motorsport (@RodinMotorsport) January 9, 2024