Armaan Ebrahim at Budhh International Circuit for JK Tyre Racing Championship @ Great Noida, India

This weekend we were at Budhh International Circuit for JK Tyre Racing championship. And we had a chance to chat with Armaan Ebrahim, who was there for FB02 race. Armaan Ebrahim is a car racer  from Chennai , India . He is the son of the ex-Indian F3 (Forumla three) champion Akbar Ebrahim. I didn't know this when I met him at BIC. A very confident person with passion for supermachines. He was here as part of JKTyre Motorsports Team. I was amazed to hear that he started his career in karting and became Formula LGB Champion 10 years back. His current age is 25 :). Later on he moved to Formula BMW Asia for the 2005 season. In 2005, Armaan was part of Team India in the A1 Grand Prix  Championship, in which he drove in 6 races. Armaan continued his racing during the summer in the UK, racing in the British Formula Renault Championship where he finished 24th in points. He again drove for A1 Team India in the 2006–07 season. In 2007 he also drove in Formula V6 Asia, when he got five race wins and finished 2nd and was one of only 4 drivers to compete in every round of the championship.


This weekend we were at Budhh International Circuit for JK Tyre Racing championship. And we had a chance to chat with Armaan Ebrahim, who was there for FB02 race. 

Armaan Ebrahim is a car racer  from Chennai , India . He is the son of the ex-Indian F3 (Forumla three) champion Akbar Ebrahim. I didn't know this when I met him at BIC. A very confident person with passion for supermachines. He was here as part of JKTyre Motorsports Team. 

I was amazed to hear that he started his career in karting and became Formula LGB Champion 10 years back. His current age is 25 :). Later on he moved to Formula BMW Asia for the 2005 season. In 2005, Armaan was part of Team India in the A1 Grand Prix  Championship, in which he drove in 6 races. Armaan continued his racing during the summer in the UK, racing in the British Formula Renault Championship where he finished 24th in points. He again drove for A1 Team India in the 2006–07 season. In 2007 he also drove in Formula V6 Asia, when he got five race wins and finished 2nd and was one of only 4 drivers to compete in every round of the championship.

He drove for the DPR  team in the 2008 GP2 Asia Series  where he finished 26th in points.

I know, by this time you must be counting his age when he achieved all this. And now, to know more about his achievement, you may want to check out - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armaan_Ebrahim

It was great to meet you Armaan. Wish you the best for future !!!

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