2017 was the teenager’s first year on the books at All Road Management and this year, he and fellow Brazilian Felipe Massa continue to bookend our drivers from youngest to oldest! Indeed, Felipe’s departure from F1 means there are no Brazilians competing at the highest level of motorsport and, although still a long way off, Caio would like to remedy that one day. After shining in his native country, Caio quickly made his mark in Europe by finishing 3rd at the Junior World Championship and at the Rotax Max Grand Finals. In 2017, he moved up to the next level in the OK category, finishing sixth in the CIK-FIA European Championship. This year will be a critical moment in the youngster’s career as he leaves karts behind and steps up to single-seaters racing in the French Formula 4 Championship.