Drivers

Alex Palou

Taking the karting world by storm, Alex Palou proved himself a force to be reckoned throughout the grassroots of his career. With 5 Spanish national championships to his name, the spirited young racer clinched the WSK Euro title and CIK-FIA European KF3 vice-championship against fierce competition.

Fresh from his karting success, Alex burst into the single-seater scene in 2014, debuting in the Euroformula Open Championship. Wasting no time in proving his talent, his acute ability to adapt saw Alex claim victory in the season opener at the challenging Nürburgring circuit. Turning heads the young Spaniard further earned 2 more wins, 3 pole positions and 11 podiums in a stellar debut campaign, finishing 3rd in the standings in only his first year behind the wheel of a singleseater.

Graduating to GP3 machinery in 2015, Alex showed his tenacious spirit, racing ability and raw pace, fighting back from a difficult season to claim a dominant victory in the final race in Abu Dhabi. The only Spanish driver ever to claim victory in the history of the championship.

Last year saw the Spanish superstar test his hand in the Japanese F3 series, scoring 3 wins, 5 pole positions and 10 podiums, on his way to third in the championship standings. Closing his season in style, Alex went on to contest in the final 2 rounds of F2, where with supreme skill and adaptability shone through.

With a wealth of F3 experience under his helmet, Alex joins the Hitech GP squad for 2018, ready and raring to tackle the FIA Formula 3 Championship.

www.alexpalou.com

Ben Hingeley

Since carving his craft in the grass-roots of motorsport, Ben Hingeley has risen to be one of motorsport’s most talented young drivers, earning a string of glittering results throughout the formative steps of his career.

Making his karting debut in 2009, Ben hit the ground running by collecting a series of club titles before being crowned Welsh Minimax Champion in 2011. The Welsh racing ace further went on to take the 2013 British Junior Rotax Open Karting title and Super One Junior Rotax vicechampionship. His impressive on-track record saw him accoladed as one of Britain’s hottest young talents, inducted as one of the prestigious BRDC Rising Star members.

Graduating to cars in 2015, Ben showcased his supreme talent to be crowned 2015 Formula Jedi Champion in only his first time behind the wheel of a single-seater. In a sensational debut campaign, Ben’s supreme pace and ability powered him to 8 wins, 3 podium finishes and 3 lap records. Moving to take the wheel of F3 machinery for BRDC British F3 in 2016, in which the talented young racer claimed 2 podiums and one pole position.

Last year, Ben returned to the BRDC British F3 field, in a hard-fought campaign of sheer tenacity and natural racing ability, the Welshman earned 4 victories, 7 podiums and a pole position to boot. Sealing the season in 3rd place in the championship. Tallying more valuable on-track experience to his résumé, Ben took to the track across Europe for the first time in the Euroformula Open Championship, putting him in great stead for his FIA F3 challenge. His impressive form saw Ben earning the accolade of 2017 Young Welsh Driver of the Year.

With a catalogue of results and fine-tuned experience behind him, Ben joins Hitech GP’s dynamic squad, ready to tackle the FIA Formula 3 Championship in 2018.

www.benhingeley.uk

Enaam Ahmed

Since first taking to the wheel at the tender age of 9, Enaam Ahmed has been setting the track alight, rising to be highly-regarded as one of Britain’s hottest young racing talents.

Following an phenomenal karting career which saw the him clinch five major titles – the CIK World and European Championships, WSK Super Masters, Champions Cup and the Winter Cup, Enaam graduated to single-seaters with impressive success. Making his debut in MSA Formula (now British F4) in 2015, the Brit soon proved to be the talent to watch, as finished his maiden year in car racing as the rookie champion. Further gaining experience in a partial-campaign in the SMP F4 Championship, Enaam more than made his mark with five wins and two pole positions.

Showcasing his supreme racing talent, Enaam continued his success with a move to contest the BRDC British F3 series the following year, collecting one victory and a string of podium finishes. Before sealing another exciting year by claiming the BRDC British F3 Autumn Trophy.

2017 truly proved to be the coming-of-age for the young racer as he was crowned BRDC British F3 champion, following a commanding season, in which he scored a dominant 13 wins. On his way to becoming the youngest ever champion at just 17 years old, his incredible form surpassed the record number of victories, set by none other than Ayrton Senna. In December, Enaam’s ontrack talents saw him awarded BRDC British Club Driver of the Year and shortlisted for the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.

With impressive talent and success to his name, Enaam makes the exciting step up to FIA Formula 3 Championship, poised to tackle his first full-length season as part of the Hitech GP squad.

www.enaamahmed.com

Alex Palou

Taking the karting world by storm, Alex Palou proved himself a force to be reckoned throughout the grassroots of his career. With 5 Spanish national championships to his name, the spirited young racer clinched the WSK Euro title and CIK-FIA European KF3 vice-championship against fierce competition.

Fresh from his karting success, Alex burst into the single-seater scene in 2014, debuting in the Euroformula Open Championship. Wasting no time in proving his talent, his acute ability to adapt saw Alex claim victory in the season opener at the challenging Nürburgring circuit. Turning heads the young Spaniard further earned 2 more wins, 3 pole positions and 11 podiums in a stellar debut campaign, finishing 3rd in the standings in only his first year behind the wheel of a singleseater.

Graduating to GP3 machinery in 2015, Alex showed his tenacious spirit, racing ability and raw pace, fighting back from a difficult season to claim a dominant victory in the final race in Abu Dhabi. The only Spanish driver ever to claim victory in the history of the championship.

Last year saw the Spanish superstar test his hand in the Japanese F3 series, scoring 3 wins, 5 pole positions and 10 podiums, on his way to third in the championship standings. Closing his season in style, Alex went on to contest in the final 2 rounds of F2, where with supreme skill and adaptability shone through.

With a wealth of F3 experience under his helmet, Alex joins the Hitech GP squad for 2018, ready and raring to tackle the FIA Formula 3 Championship.

www.alexpalou.com

Ben Hingeley

Since carving his craft in the grass-roots of motorsport, Ben Hingeley has risen to be one of motorsport’s most talented young drivers, earning a string of glittering results throughout the formative steps of his career.

Making his karting debut in 2009, Ben hit the ground running by collecting a series of club titles before being crowned Welsh Minimax Champion in 2011. The Welsh racing ace further went on to take the 2013 British Junior Rotax Open Karting title and Super One Junior Rotax vicechampionship. His impressive on-track record saw him accoladed as one of Britain’s hottest young talents, inducted as one of the prestigious BRDC Rising Star members.

Graduating to cars in 2015, Ben showcased his supreme talent to be crowned 2015 Formula Jedi Champion in only his first time behind the wheel of a single-seater. In a sensational debut campaign, Ben’s supreme pace and ability powered him to 8 wins, 3 podium finishes and 3 lap records. Moving to take the wheel of F3 machinery for BRDC British F3 in 2016, in which the talented young racer claimed 2 podiums and one pole position.

Last year, Ben returned to the BRDC British F3 field, in a hard-fought campaign of sheer tenacity and natural racing ability, the Welshman earned 4 victories, 7 podiums and a pole position to boot. Sealing the season in 3rd place in the championship. Tallying more valuable on-track experience to his résumé, Ben took to the track across Europe for the first time in the Euroformula Open Championship, putting him in great stead for his FIA F3 challenge. His impressive form saw Ben earning the accolade of 2017 Young Welsh Driver of the Year.

With a catalogue of results and fine-tuned experience behind him, Ben joins Hitech GP’s dynamic squad, ready to tackle the FIA Formula 3 Championship in 2018.

www.benhingeley.uk

Enaam Ahmed

Since first taking to the wheel at the tender age of 9, Enaam Ahmed has been setting the track alight, rising to be highly-regarded as one of Britain’s hottest young racing talents.

Following an phenomenal karting career which saw the him clinch five major titles – the CIK World and European Championships, WSK Super Masters, Champions Cup and the Winter Cup, Enaam graduated to single-seaters with impressive success. Making his debut in MSA Formula (now British F4) in 2015, the Brit soon proved to be the talent to watch, as finished his maiden year in car racing as the rookie champion. Further gaining experience in a partial-campaign in the SMP F4 Championship, Enaam more than made his mark with five wins and two pole positions.

Showcasing his supreme racing talent, Enaam continued his success with a move to contest the BRDC British F3 series the following year, collecting one victory and a string of podium finishes. Before sealing another exciting year by claiming the BRDC British F3 Autumn Trophy.

2017 truly proved to be the coming-of-age for the young racer as he was crowned BRDC British F3 champion, following a commanding season, in which he scored a dominant 13 wins. On his way to becoming the youngest ever champion at just 17 years old, his incredible form surpassed the record number of victories, set by none other than Ayrton Senna. In December, Enaam’s ontrack talents saw him awarded BRDC British Club Driver of the Year and shortlisted for the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.

With impressive talent and success to his name, Enaam makes the exciting step up to FIA Formula 3 Championship, poised to tackle his first full-length season as part of the Hitech GP squad.

www.enaamahmed.com