The 22-year-old spoke to The Women's Game in March after a lack of support left her chances of racing this year up in the air. 

But not being one to give up, Angelo was determined to have her chance and continue to make her dreams come true.

And it's happened. 

On Monday it was announced that Angelo secured a deal with Kelly Racing to contest the inaugural TCR Australia Series where she will drive a #37 Astra.

Angelo is one of a four-car strong Kelly Racing TCR but is also the third female driver in the Series for 2019 alongside Molly Taylor and Alexandra Whitley.

"It's so exciting," Angelo told The Women's Game.

"Honestly, it's mindblowing because we were coming into a couple of weeks out before the first race and we were like 'nope, no way, this isn't going to happen' then it ended up happening at 5:30-6pm last Friday.

"We were like 'Oh my god, this is actually happening'."


Angelo: I'm not giving up

A motto throughout Chelsea Angelo's life has been 'to never give up' and now more than ever she has needed it.

Angelo is one of Australia's most experienced female racers, having cut her teeth through the ranks in Formula Ford, Super2 Supercars and Porsche racing.