Sacha is a Nissan Formula E driver with a track record of victories and titles in some of the world’s most prestigious racing championships.
He made his competitive debut at just seven-years-old and went on to race at the highest levels of international karting. Graduating to single-seaters, Sacha asserted his dominance in a variety of junior categories where he fine-tuned his racecraft. In each, he has a long list of podiums, race wins and pole positions, making him a tenacious racing driver.
In 2019 Sacha secured the Japanese Formula 3 championship in incredible fashion, attracting the attention of Toyota, who signed him as a professional racing driver in 2020. Representing the iconic Japanese brand, his run of success continued, regularly finishing on the podium and competing for race wins in Super GT500 and Super Formula in his debut year.
His resilience was put to the test by a disrupted 2021 campaign due to COVID. Even so, Sacha returned to Japan and immediately hit the ground running. In 2022, Sacha became Super Formula vice-champion after taking his maiden win in the series, alongside a first win in Super GT500, highlighting his remarkable growth as a racing driver.
For 2023 Sacha will spearhead Nissan’s Formula E title pursuit, with his eyes firmly on the world championship.
Sacha’s motorsport career hit new heights as he finished vice-champion in Super Formula, as well as taking his maiden Super GT500 victory with Toyota.
2022 marked Sacha’s best year to date in both of Japan’s leading motorsport categories. Building on the experience he’d built up, Sacha’s incredible consistency and lighting speed helped him finish as vice champion in Super Formula, taking his first win at Sportsland Sugo.
The success didn’t stop there as he bounced back from a tricky start to the Super GT season by taking a podium at Suzuka, and claiming his maiden victory at Fuji.
Sacha continued to show his versatility, making his FIA Formula E debut for Dragon at the season finale in Seoul, with his impressive debut earning him a full-time drive with Nissan for the 2023 season.
A disrupted 2021 campaign due to the pandemic didn’t halt Sacha’s pursuit for success as raced in his native Argentina before returning to Japan for Super GT500 and Super Formula with Toyota.
Sacha’s 2021 plans were put on hold due to difficulties in obtaining a Japanese visa amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. His quest for glory didn’t deter him, making his comeback to racing after more than nine months out in Argentina to compete in the 200km of Buenos Aires in the Super TC 2000 Championship for Toyota.
At the end of September, Sacha made his highly-anticipated return to Japan, racing in the final three rounds of Super GT and the final two rounds of Super Formula.
Sacha's never-give-up attitude was rewarded as he finished on the podium in the Super GT500 finale at Fuji despite missing the majority of the season, showing his time away had little impact on his incredible level of performance.
Sacha truly made his mark in 2020 as he became a professional racing driver for Toyota while competing in Japan’s two leading championships, Super GT500 and Super Formula.
Sacha enjoyed a stunning maiden year in Super GT while racing the #36 au TOM'S GR Supra as he secured fourth place in the standings. He scored three consecutive podium finishes in the opening three races to establish himself as one of the series' leading runners. Another rostrum appearance at the season finale at Fuji ensured his 2020 campaign was one to remember.
He continued to show his impressive adaptability in Super Formula, scoring a podium finish on his debut at Motegi. Fortune wasn't on Sacha's side during the mid-part of the campaign but his grit and determination meant he was able to bounce back to end his maiden Super Formula campaign with a couple of points finishes to end the season in 11th place overall.
That wasn't all for Sacha as he was handed a Formula E test in Marrakesh by Panasonic Jaguar Racing.
2019 was a stellar year for Sacha Fenestraz as his quest for success took him to Japan with his racing career continuing to go from strength-to-strength.
Becoming the 2019 Japanese Formula 3 champion, he has now claimed three titles in five years of single-seater racing. He stood on the top step of the rostrum eight times, mastering some of the most challenging race tracks in South East Asia along the way.
In addition to this, Sacha impressed in his debut season of GT racing as he made his mark with a podium and top-five finishes in Super GT300 to finish sixth overall.
Taking the step up to FIA Formula 3 in 2018, Sacha impressed from the very beginning, storming to victory at the notoriously tricky street circuit of Pau.
Having a string of strong performances against the fiercely competitive grid, the 19-year-old driver sealed off his season with a place on the podium at the historic Macau Grand Prix in November.
2017 was a landmark year in Sacha’s career.
Teaming up with Josef Kaufmann Racing for his second season in the Formula Renault paddock, Sacha climbed the podium a phenomenal 17 times in 23 races to be crowned champion. Sacha blew the competition away, and his talent earned himself a place in the Renault Sport Academy.
His run of success only grew from there as he joined Tech1 Racing to contend a dual Formula Renault Campaign in NEC and Eurocup championships.
Sacha proved his immense talent by earning a sensational victory on the streets of Monaco - becoming the youngest driver to win a single-seater event in the principality.
Sacha then made the move to Europe to pursue his dream of becoming a racing driver.
Contesting in the French F4 Championship, he made his single-seater debut at 15. He impressed immediately, with a victory at the first event. Overall, he earned three wins and 10 podiums on his way to becoming Vice-Champion and the Junior Champion, with a margin of over 100 points on his rivals.
Born in France but raised in Argentina Sacha made his racing debut at just seven-years-old.
Here he showed his talent from a young age and competed at the highest levels of karting internationally.