Enaam Ahmed

Enaam Ahmed


Twitter: @Enaammotorsport

Instagram: @enaamofficial

DOB: February 4, 2000

Hometown: London, England

Team: Juncos Racing

HOBBIES: Dogs, planes, military history, piano, meat lover RACE TRACK TIES: Indianapolis, because I live there now CHARITY SUPPORT/WORK: Islamic Aid RACING GOAL: To win the Indianapolis 500 RACING HERO: Nigel Mansell ONE PERSON I WOULD MOST LIKE TO MEET: Tom Hanks - he just warms my heart FITNESS: Cardio, weights and boxing FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH: Boxing and mixed martial arts FAVORITE SPORTS TO PLAY: Swimming and boxing TALENT I WISH I HAD: Singing FAVORITE PLACES TO VISIT: America, Turkey and Japan PET PEEVES OR FEARS: I am scared of my Mum INTERESTING NOTE: I can make people laugh easily without even trying.





2021: Finished 12th in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires despite contesting only nine races – seven with RP Motorsport USA and two with Juncos Hollinger Racing… earned a podium in the Mid-Ohio season finale along with eight top-10 finishes. 2020: Competed in the first six rounds of the FIA Formula 3 Championship. 2019: Finished third in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship with two wins and six additional podium finishes. 2018: Finished ninth in the FIA European Formula 3 Championship with two wins, seven top-five finishes and three pole positions, including at the Pau Grand Prix. 2017: Won the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship with 13 wins and five additional podium finishes… voted British Club Driver of the Year by the readers of Autosport magazine… finished sixth in the Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand with one win and three additional top-five finishes. 2016: Finished fifth in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship with one win, four additional podium finishes and 13 top-fives… won the BRDC British Formula 3 Autumn Trophy with two wins and one second from the three-race series… contested a partial season in the Euroformula Open Championship, claiming three top-five results. 2015: Finished eighth in the MSA Formula Championship and won the Rookie title with one overall win and four top-four finishes in the final four races of the season… competed as a guest driver in selected rounds of the SMP F4 Championship in the Baltic states, winning five of last six races he contested. 2014: Swept the CIK-FIA World and European KF-Junior karting championships, the WSK Champions Cup, the WSK Super Master Series championship and the South Garda Winter Cup. 2013: Finished third in the British Super 1 National KF-Junior Karting championship. 2012: Won the Super 1 (British) National Comer Cadet Championship…  finished second in the MSA British Cadet Championship.