About
With her father, ex-driver Jose Miguel Jorda, as a role model it is no surprise that Carmen fell in love with motor racing from a very early age.

Her first contact with professional competition was during the Valencian Community’s Championship in 2001, when she was 12. Carmen achieved third position in the Championship and one year later, seventh in the Spanish National Championship. Her perseverance and determination already foretold the future that was awaiting her.

After four years competing in karting whilst living in the United Kingdom, Carmen began competing in the European Formula 3 Open series category and achieved three podium finishes and finished 4th in her second year.

In 2010 Carmen moved to the USA to compete in the American Indy Lights Championship for the Andersen Racing 1 team.

In early 2012, when she got the opportunity to sign with the Ocean Racing Technology team in the F1 feeder category GP3 Series, she decided to come back to Europe. She became the first women to sustain at this level for 3 years in a row.

In addition to Carmen's clear driving expertise, the Spaniard is regularly found in the gym keeping fit, on the red carpet at glamorous events or in front of a TV camera presenting.

Carmen is intelligent, incredibly determined and believes women have their place in motorsport just as any other sport in the world. Carmen is an inspiration for every women competing for a professional seat in motorsport or in their own discipline and she will continue to fight to achieve her own goals.
With her father, ex-driver Jose Miguel Jorda, as a role model it is no surprise that Carmen fell in love with motor racing from a very early age.

Her first contact with professional competition was during the Valencian Community’s Championship in 2001, when she was 12. Carmen achieved third position in the Championship and one year later, seventh in the Spanish National Championship. Her perseverance and determination already foretold the future that was awaiting her.

After four years competing in karting whilst living in the United Kingdom, Carmen began competing in the European Formula 3 Open series category and achieved three podium finishes and finished 4th in her second year.

In 2010 Carmen moved to the USA to compete in the American Indy Lights Championship for the Andersen Racing 1 team.

In early 2012, when she got the opportunity to sign with the Ocean Racing Technology team in the F1 feeder category GP3 Series, she decided to come back to Europe. She became the first women to sustain at this level for 3 years in a row.

In addition to Carmen's clear driving expertise, the Spaniard is regularly found in the gym keeping fit, on the red carpet at glamorous events or in front of a TV camera presenting.

Carmen is intelligent, incredibly determined and believes women have their place in motorsport just as any other sport in the world. Carmen is an inspiration for every women competing for a professional seat in motorsport or in their own discipline and she will continue to fight to achieve her own goals.

Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Carmen Jorda
Renault Sport
In 2016 Renault created a new entity, Renault Sport Racing, that consolidates all Renault’s motorsport activities, including Formula 1, Formula E and Renault Sport Series. Renault Sport Racing operates across the two Renault sites dedicated to racing activities: Enstone, UK, and Viry–Châtillon, France.

In addition to his primary role of Chairman and CEO of the Groupe Renault, Carlos Ghosn acts as Chairman of the Motorsport Supervisory board with Jérôme Stoll as President, Cyril Abiteboul as Managing Director and Frédéric Vasseur as Racing Director, responsible for sporting and technical matters. The name underlines Renault’s plans to increase awareness of the Renault Sport brand and the links it intends to further explore between track and road.

As Renault Sport Development Driver, Carmen’s programme incorporates various elements across Renault Sport Cars, Renault Sport Racing and Renault Sport Formula One Team. Her activities in 2016 build on the foundations laid in 2015 at Enstone. Her current focus is racing in the Renault Sport Trophy as part of the R.S.01 programme and there are a number of other racing and roadcar projects under consideration for her participation.
In 2016 Renault created a new entity, Renault Sport Racing, that consolidates all Renault’s motorsport activities, including Formula 1, Formula E and Renault Sport Series. Renault Sport Racing operates across the two Renault sites dedicated to racing activities: Enstone, UK, and Viry–Châtillon, France.

In addition to his primary role of Chairman and CEO of the Groupe Renault, Carlos Ghosn acts as Chairman of the Motorsport Supervisory board with Jérôme Stoll as President, Cyril Abiteboul as Managing Director and Frédéric Vasseur as Racing Director, responsible for sporting and technical matters. The name underlines Renault’s plans to increase awareness of the Renault Sport brand and the links it intends to further explore between track and road.

As Renault Sport Development Driver, Carmen’s programme incorporates various elements across Renault Sport Cars, Renault Sport Racing and Renault Sport Formula One Team. Her activities in 2016 build on the foundations laid in 2015 at Enstone. Her current focus is racing in the Renault Sport Trophy as part of the R.S.01 programme and there are a number of other racing and roadcar projects under consideration for her participation.