Born in Jeddah on January 18, 1992, Reema Juffali is a professional racing driver and the founder of Theeba Motorsport.

Reema developed an interest in cars at an early age and made history in 2018 by becoming the first-ever female racing driver to come from Saudi Arabia.

Following a promising debut season in 2019, Reema again trailblazed by becoming the first Saudi Arabian woman to compete in an international race in her home country, racing on the streets of Riyadh in the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY.

In 2021, she competed in the GB3 Championship before making her endurance racing debut at the 2022 Dubai 24 Hours where she finished second in class.

Reema subsequently founded Theeba Motorsport to facilitate Saudi Arabian access to and participation in motor racing through a variety of educational opportunities and programmes.

The team made its first appearance in the 2022 International GT Open series and secured victory on debut – an achievement which made Reema the first Saudi woman to win an international motor race.

It is Reema’s ambition to one day make history by racing in the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hours with Theeba Motorsport, competing under a Saudi Arabian licence.

In her career to date, Reema has carved a reputation as an inspiration and role model to female racing drivers and athletes around the world and continues to make waves in motorsport