Enaam Ahmed, a British-Pakistani racer, breaks several world records

LONDON: Enaam Ahmed beat the records set by Formula One drivers Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen to become the first and only Pakistani to win a World Karting Championship, proudly waving Pakistan’s flag around the world in the sport.

That, however Enaam is additionally the English Equation 3 boss, the very first significant level Recipe title victor throughout the entire existence of Pakistan beating the record of Ayrton Senna by coming out on top in 13 races in a single season.

The 23-year-old is making big things happen with his winning streaks on dangerous tracks. He drives cars at 200 miles per hour on average and makes sure his cars have both British and Pakistani flags on them. Enaam is one of the most brilliant and most thrilling youthful hustling abilities in motorsport. Since he was 14 years old, he has won championships and set records. Enaam is also known as the most successful British Formula 3 driver in history, making him the Pakistani-born racing driver with the most victories in the sport’s history.


The young racer was born in London to Pakistani parents. He first became interested in racing at the age of eight. His parents started supporting their son’s passion for go-karting by sending him to local children’s go-kart tracks. However, they had no idea that their son would win the European and world championships at the age of 14, one year before Hamilton, who was 15 when he won the world title.


Enaam’s parents refused to support him when he told them he wanted to become a racer. Instead, they told him to learn how to stand on his own and look for opportunities, go back to normal life, get a degree, and then do whatever he wants.


In order to concentrate on professional driving, the young man immediately left the comfort of his home to live in Japan, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, and the United States.

The star racer talked about his accomplishments in an interview with Geo News.

Enaam Ahmed (centre) poses with his fellow racers. — Photo by author

I was 14 years old when I won five championships in a row. The two most significant events are the World Championship and the European Go-Kart Championship. Lewis Hamilton had won this when he was 15 years old, while I had won it when I was 14 years old. When I was 17 years old, I won the British Formula 3 championship. It was the initial time a Pakistani had at any point come out on top for a significant motorsport title, beating Ayrton Senna’s record,” he said Enaam Ahmed, a British-Pakistani racer, breaks several world records.


Naturally, when Enaam beat Hamilton’s go-karting record at the age of 14, which is the most competitive racing one can do at that age and a significant accomplishment, he was extremely proud of himself. He was under a lot of pressure to win those competitions for himself, not only to make a name for himself but also to demonstrate to his parents that it was right for him to leave home at a young age when most of his friends played in Hyde Park nearby.

Enaam’s success as a racer of Pakistani descent has been the most important factor.



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