Get ready to witness an awe-inspiring moment in the world of sports as Enaam Ahmed, a young Pakistani go-karting champion, has achieved a remarkable feat. Breaking all barriers and shattering records, he has set a new standard for aspiring racers.
The world of go-karting has been taken by storm by this young talent, and his achievement has raised the bar for go-karting enthusiasts worldwide.
Enaam Ahmed, a talented go-kart racer from Pakistan, has made history by becoming the first karting world champion of Pakistani origin.
He has achieved a remarkable feat by surpassing the records of highly successful Formula One (F1) drivers such as Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.
Enaam Ahmed has not only made history as the first-ever karting world champion of Pakistani origin and has also achieved remarkable success in other racing championships.
He is the British Formula 3 champion and the first Pakistani to win a high-level Formula championship. Enaam even surpassed the legendary Ayrton Senna’s record of 13 races in a single season.
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Enaam Ahmed, a go-karting prodigy from Pakistan, has made history by becoming the first-ever karting world champion of Pakistani origin. Enaam’s achievement is particularly noteworthy as he surpassed the records of world-famous Formula One driver such as Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen. In addition, Enaam is also the British Formula 3 champion.
It holds the record for the most number of races won in a single season, beating the legendary Ayrton Senna’s record of 13. Enaam, who has been winning championships and setting records since he was 14, expressed his pride in representing Pakistan and achieving these milestones while wearing the Pakistani flag on his racewear.
Enaam Ahmed discussed his recent achievements and records in go-karting and Formula racing.
“I was 14 when I won five championships in one year. The two most important ones are the European Championship in go-karting. I won this when I was 14, while Lewis Hamilton won when he was 15. At 17, I became the British Formula 3 Champion — the first time a Pakistani won a major Motorsport championship beating the record of Ayrton Senna.”