In that year alone, he competed against some of the brightest new single-seater drivers to end the season with a whopping 15 podiums, including 10 victories. Maloney joins the likes of fellow ADD driver and Formula 1-star Lando Norris by having this title to their name.
Prior to his single-seater career, Maloney celebrated a decorated karting career. The ‘Boy from Barbados’ as he refers to himself came third overall in the 2018 WSK Champions Cup and the German Kart Championship.
Maloney raced at an international level in Euroformula Open throughout 2020. The 17-year-old teamed up with Carlin Motorsport - who he won British F4 with - claiming two podiums during his maiden year. He stood up to the challenge, unfazed about competing against vastly more experienced drivers, impressing many to finish eighth in the Drivers’ Championship.
In 2021, Maloney will be face the task of adapting to FIA Formula 3 machinery as he competes in the Formula Regional European Championship. The talented teenager will be teaming up with R-ace GP ahead of the new season at Imola.