A14 Management has a portfolio of young drivers who are starting to develop their sporting careers and wish to optimize their skills, on and off the track. These range from the physical or media aspect to the financial one.
There are many aspects to work on to have a successful career.

Maximilian Günther

Maximilian Günther has been competing in the ABB FIA Formula E since the 2018/2019 season, which has been an official FIA World Championship since 2020. It is the first fully electric FIA championship for formula vehicles, which mostly takes place on street circuits in spectacular locations like New York, Rome, Monaco and Berlin. Maximilian worked as a test and development driver for Jay Penske’s American team GEOX DRAGON from the beginning of 2018 and was significantly involved in the development of their Gen2 car. 

In the same year, the 21-year-old German took part in the FIA Formula 2 Championship, where he won the prestigious race at the Grand Prix of Great Britain. In Season 5 of the ABB FIA Formula E championship, Maximilian Günther was the youngest regular driver in the history of the racing series at the age of 21 years. In Paris and Bern he finished in the top 5 after a strong pace and scored a total of 20 points in his rookie season. With this performance the German attracted attention and recommended himself for a BMW factory cockpit. In 2021, he clinched the first win on American soil for his team BMW i Andretti Motorsport at the New York City E-Prix. Maximilian Günther will contest the 2022/23 ABB FIA Formula E World Champion season with Nissan e.dams. The 24-year-old German will join the successful Japanese-French squad and drive a Nissan powered IM03.

Maximilian Günther began his motorsport career in various junior racing series. His greatest successes to date include the runner-up title in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship in 2016, the win at the historic Formula 3
Grand Prix de Pau 2017 and the win in the FIA Formula 2 at Silverstone in 2018. 2016 and 2017 saw Maximilian working as DTM test and reserve driver and Formula 1 simulator driver for Mercedes. Two times he was named Germany’s Motorsport Talent of the Year by the Deutsche Post Speed Academy and was also voted ADAC Junior Motorsportsman of the Year by a panel of experts in 2016.

ABB FIA Formula E Championship (BMW i Andretti Motorsport)
New York E-Prix – Winner

ABB FIA Formula E Championship (BMW i Andretti Motorsport)
Santiago de Chile E-Prix – Winner
Berlin E-Prix – Winner
Marrakesh E-Prix – 2nd place

ABB FIA Formula E Championship (GEOX Dragon) – 5th place
Paris E-Prix, 5th place Bern E-Prix

FIA F2 Championship – Silverstone – 1st place
FIA F2 Championship – Bahrain – 2nd place
ABB FIA Formula E test- and reserve driver (Dragon Racing)

Grand Prix de Pau – Winner
FIA F3 European Championship – 3rd place
FIA F3 World Championship Macau – 5th place
DTM test- and reserve driver (Mercedes AMG DTM)
Formula 1 simulator driver (Mercedes AMG F1)

FIA F3 European Championship – Vice champion
ADAC Junior Motorsport Man of the Year – Germany
Motorsport Talent of the Year – Germany
DTM test- and reserve driver (Mercedes AMG DTM)
Formula 1 simulator driver (Mercedes AMG F1)


Grand Prix de Pau – 2nd place
FIA F3 European Championship – 8th place


ADAC Formel Masters – Vice champion
Motorsport Talent of the Year – Germany


ADAC Formel Masters – Vice champion


Formula BMW – Vice champion

2005 – 2010 SEASON

Karting – Highlight: ADAC Kart Masters champion (2010

Clément Novalak

Born on 23 December 2000 in Avignon, France, Clément Novalak is a professional racing driver for MP Motorsport in the FIA Formula 2 Championship. Clément’s career began driving karts when he was just ten years old, where he won his first of multiple karting Championships in 2015. His entrance into single-seaters came at the beginning of 2018 in New Zealand, where he raced in the Toyota Racing Series NZ, finishing the season fifth overall in the Championship standings.

Shortly after his success in New Zealand, Clément returned to race in the United Kingdom, running a dual campaign in both the 2018 Formula Renault 2.0 Championship, and the 2018 BRDC British Formula 3 Championship, where he took pole in the first race of the season. In 2019, after having secured a full-time drive with Carlin in British F3, Clément piloted his car to two poles & two wins, securing the Drivers’ Championship in his first and only full year in the series.

After winning the British F3 title, he was included in the Carlin Buzz line-up for the 2020 FIA Formula 3 Championship, where he scored two podium finishes and had two fastest laps on his rookie debut. Clément joined Trident Motorsport for the 2021 FIA Formula 3 Championship, claiming 4 podiums, 2 fastest laps, winning the Teams’ Championship for Trident, and finishing 3rd in the Drivers’ Championship. Clément partnered with Dutch team MP Motorsport for the final two rounds of the 2021 FIA Formula 2 Championship, and is competing for the Team in the 2022 FIA Formula 2 Championship season.

1st WSK Super Master Series – KFJ & 2nd CIK FIA WORLD KF-Junior Championship

2nd MSA Kartmaster Grand Prix – Senior OK

1st WSK Super Master Series – OK

TRSNZ / 5TH Place // BRDC Debut

BRDC / 1ST Place Drivers’ Champion

FIA F3 / Debut

FIA F3 / 3RD Place & Teams’ Champion

Championships – 1
Wins – 4
Podiums – 18
Poles – 4
Fastest Laps – 7

nikola tsolov

A Bulgarian driver born in Sofia on 21 December 2006. His father, a passionate karting fan, transmitted his love for the Motorsport to his son who, in turn, became an ardent young driver. Now Nikola is following his dream to become a F1 pilot.

He started with rental karts on a track on the outskirts of Sofia when his parents enrolled him in a driving course. Shortly after, at just 10 years old, Nikola was proclaimed Bulgarian Kart champion in the Mini category, something that he would repeat a year later and that would propel him to make the leap to the international scene.

His successes are numerous, but it is worth highlighting those achieved in 2020 and 2021 competing with DPK FA Alonso Kart. With these chassis he also beat other pilots who participated in F1 today such as: Lando Norris, Esteban Ocon, Carlos Saiz Jr., Daniil Kvyat among others.

Nikola speaks fluent English and understands Spanish and Italian perfectly, a fundamental aspect for such an international environment as Motorsport.

Now is the time to jump into formulas and continue to pursue a dream. Leaving the world of karting in the best possible way and with an impeccable curriculum.

Bulgarian Champion in Mini BG

Bulgarian Champion in Mini category

Singha Trophy – Rok International finals Mini category

WSK Open Cup Champion Mini category
Trofeo d’autunno champion Mini category
Trofeo Ayrton Senna Champion Mini category

P3 Spanish Championship X30 Junior category
P7 World Championship OKJ category

P4 European Championship OK category
P4 WSK Euro Series Championship OK category
P2 Italian Championship X30 Senior category
P1 Champions of the Future Campillos
P3 in Championship OK category
P5 World Championship OK category P2 WSK Final Cup OK category

Josep Maria “Pepe” Marti

Josep Maria “Pepe” Marti, born on the 13th July in 2005 surrounded by family passionate in motorsport. 2016 it was the first taste of Pepe in to go karts but first race ever came in 2017 in the regional series in Catalonia.

2018 and having Genis Marco as his right hand, Pepe did the jump in to International karting series under the structure of Tony Kart Racing Team. It was the same year that Pepe was crowded Spanish Champion un OKJ class with the colors of FA Racing Spain.

2020 with a new team and the pandemic affecting the entire world community, it was the easiest year for Pepe. However, he showed a lot potential and sparks of what his future could bring.

2021 it was the first season in single seaters, competing in the F4 UAE & Spanish F4 Championship, under the structure of Campos Racing. Achieving, two wins, nine podiums, two fastest laps and three pole positions. The same season Pepe was distinguished by “The Most Valuable Driver” because of his values in and out of the track.

2022 Pepe compete in the Formula Regional Asia under the structure of Pinnacle Motorsport, being second in the general standings and win the rookie title. At this moment Pepe is competing in the FIA F3 Championship under the structure of Campos Racing.

WSK Super Master Series
WSK Open Cup 
Winter Cup South Garda karting
5th CIK FIA European Championship Sarno
19th CIK FIA World Championship

10th place Super Master Series OKJ
4th European Championship Angerville OKJ
4th World Championship Aläharma Finland. OKJ
3th Copa de Campeones OK
13th WSK Final Cup OK

4TH place Champions of the Future OK
7th place World Championship Portimao OK

7th F4 UAE Championship
3th F4 Spanish Championship

F3 Asian Championship
Champion Rookie
25th in the Championship

Gabriel Bortoleto

Coming from a victorious career in Brazilian and European karting, when he peaked with third place in the 2019 World Championship, Gabriel Bortoleto reached his first season in formula cars in 2020 by the front door.

The 15-year-old, representing the Brazilian academy of KTF Sports, raced in the 2020 events of the Italian F4 Championship, the most competitive in the world, using the technical structure of the Prema Power Team.

In his debut season Gabriel showed all his talent having won a victory, a second and a third place in Mugello’s races and, on the mythical Monza track, accumulated another second and a third place after beautiful recovery races.

In the 2021 season, Bortoleto pointed his career to the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine – FRECA. Previously named European F-3 the competition became an almost mandatory step for drivers with pretensions to follow the path to the F-1, which means FIA F3 and FIA F2.

Thus, in his first year in the category, competing for the Fernando Alonso’s team, Bortoleto accumulated two podiums and a lot experience.

In 2022, the Brazilian races for the French team R-Ace GP, champion of the class in 2021. The debut happened in the end of this January when the driver participated on the Asian Formula Regional, former Asian F3, winning his debut race on the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. Still in the Middle East, in preparation for the European Championship, Bortoleto also competed in the Dubai race, accumulating another podium.

After an intense preseason with the new team, Bortoleto hopes, in 2022, to fight for the title of FRECA and, in this way, to proceed to the FIA F3 Championship, in 2023.


2022 – Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine
R-Ace GP
6th Place (1 victory) | In Progress

2021 – Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine
FA Racing
5th Place Rookie Division

2020 – F4 Italian Championship
PREMA Power Team
5th Place | 157 points
1 win | 4 podiuns

2019 – Karting (OK)
CRG Factory Team
WSK Super Master Series
CIK/FIA European Championship
CIK/FIA World Championship

2018 – Karting (OK Junior)
CRG Factory Team
Champion – Swedish Karting Championship
3rd Place – CIK/FIA World Championship
3rd Place – CIK/FIA European Championship
Vice-champion – WSK Super Master Series
Vice-champion – Andrea Margutti Trophy

2017 – Karting (OK Junior)
CRG Factory Team
7th Place – CIK/FIA World Championship
8th Place – CIK/FIA European Championship

2014 – Karting (Cadete)
Champion of Brazilian Karting Open Championship
Vice – Champion Super Kart Brazil
3rd Place– Brazilian Karting Championship

Carl bennett

Professional Formula 4 Racing Driver for Gonella Racing and GRS Team Spain.
Currently competing in the F4 United States Championship and F4 Spanish Championship.

Proudly sponsored by AF Racing and Imprescents.

Michael Costello

Michael Costello was born in Pennsylvania, United States on January 15, 2007. He began racing karts at the age of seven. Michael competed on the national and international level of karting in Mini, Junior X30, and KZ.

Michael began testing in single seat race cars in 2021 at the age of fourteen while competing in karting. In 2023, he made his debut in the F4 United States Championship with Jay Howard Driver Development. Michael took the pole position and earned a podium finish in his first race meeting.

Chloe Chambers

Chloe Chambers, an American was born on June 14th, 2004. Chloe has been racing since her start in karting at age eight. In 2021 she entered a partial season in the Formula 4 United States Championship racing championship.

In 2022 Chloe competed in the W series which is an all-female racing series that was launched in 2018. It was created in response to the lack of female drivers progressing to the highest levels of motorsport, particularly Formula 1. The series had the backing of several prominent members of the motorsport community, including former F1 driver David Coulthard and engineer Adrian Newey as shareholders.

In January 2022 Chloe was invited to try in a W Series test in Arizona.  She then participated in a second pre-season test in Barcelona in March. Chloe then went on to compete in the 2022 W Series season racing for Jenner Racing. In the first race of the Miami double-header, Chloe finished in 7th place and was the best-placed rookie across the line. However, she was to 14th after receiving a penalty for being out of position at the safety car line. In the second race, Chloe claimed her first W Series points finishing in 10th place and being the highest-placed rookie.

In 2023, Chloe competed in the Castrol Toyota Formula Regional Championship in New Zealand. She became the first woman to start on pole position and win a race in the 18-year history of the series. She competed well amongst a very experienced field of drivers.

Although unable to enter the championship from the start, Chloe has been competing in the Porsche Sprint Challenge North America series in a Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport as a Porsche Motorsport North America Junior Driver. She competed well with 7 wins and 9 podiums from 12 starts.

Coming from a successful 2023 development in the all-female W Series, where Chloe claimed the recognition of best rookie in the series, she was invited by the international F3 series to attend a familiarization test in an FIA F3 car at Magny Cours, France. Chloe showed well, and the opportunities are ahead of her. 

Chloe is grateful for her continued support from Monoflo International.


Formula Regional Oceania Championships 9th place

Porsche Sprint Challenge – 7 wins & 9 podiums from 12 starts


W Series (partial season) 16th place


Formula 4 United States Championship 26th place (partial season)

KARTING 2012 – 2020

Numerous race and championship wins from club through national level.