Divina Galica was successful British alpine skier, representing UK in the Winter Olympics in 1964, 1968, 1972, and again in 1992 (in Speed Skiing). She achieved two World Cup podium finishes in the downhill event, taking third place at both the Badgastein and Chamonix rounds in 1968. In the mid of 1970s Galica started her second career in motorsport. Galica initially raced karts, moving into Formula Two and Formula One before finding success in sports cars and trucks. Her Formula One career begun in 1976, when John Webb and Nick Whiting entered her in their ShellSport Whiting team in the British Shellsport International Group 8 series in 1976, driving a Surtees TS16 Formula One car. The same year Galica first time tried her luck in World Championship Grand Prix being non-qualifier at Brands Hatch. She was 4th in the Shellsport International Series in 1976 and 6th in 1977. In 1977 Galica also drove her Shell-sponsored Surtees to 12th place in the Race of Champions, prestigious non-championship F1 event. In 1978 Galica appeared in F1 WDC with Hesketh in first two rounds, but did not qualify for the race both times. She continued to race sporadically in British F1 series in 1978 – 1980 before switching to sports cars and later to truck racing.
|1977||F1||Race of Champions|
|Divina Galica||13||ShellSport Whiting|