Ever since beginning her career in karting aged 8 years of age, it was clear that Sophia had a special talent for motorsport. Just 2 years into her career, Sophia won a European karting title and established herself as a front-runner in world karting.
Sophia moved from karts to cars in 2015 and made history by becoming the youngest racing driver to ever win a Ginetta Junior Race. This was quickly followed by strong performances in FIA F4, before moving into FIA F3 in 2018, where Sophia sustained a heavy impact at the Macau Grand Prix. Sophia did not let this accident change her goal or drive to reach the pinnacle of motorsport and returned to Macau one year later, to compete in the 2019 Macau Grand Prix. In 2020, Sophia was selected by Richard Mille to be part of the first ever all female car which competed in Le Mans, which she did alongside a full European Le Mans campaign and a season in FIA F3.
For 2023, Sophia joined the Alpine Academy and races with PHM Racing in a return to FIA Formula 3.