Since taking to the wheel of a go kart, Aiden has proven his craft in the fiercely competitive British karting scene. Making his competitive debut in 2015, Aiden raised through the ranks of the IAME Cadet class and OKJ category with great success.
Racing with Fusion Motorsport, he scored his first Super 1 victory in 2018, finishing the season on a high with several podium finishes, earning him 5th place.
2019 saw the talented young racer make his mark in the British Kart Championship. Consistently finishing within in the top ten in the IAME Cadet Class, with 6 victories and 9 podiums to boot. Earning a further Top 5 finish in the British Kart Championship - X30 Junior class.
With his racing talent clear for all to see, he was invited to join the illustrious Tony Kart team. This major step in his young career, meant the racer graduated to competing on an international stage, where he contested a full season in the OKJ category in 2020.
Making his single seater debut in 2021, the 15 year old ended the season with widespread acclaim for a rookie season that yielded British F4 three podium finishes, a brace of fastest laps and consistent, points-scoring form at the front of the field.
For 2022 Aiden will compete in a dual programme of F4 UAE & FIA British F4 Championships with Abu Dhabi Racing by Prema and Argenti Motorsport respectively.
2020 Tony Kart Team Driver
Infinity Sports Management driver Aiden Neate will be joining Abu Dhabi Racing by PREMA in the upcoming Formula 4 UAE Championship. The Season features five race events on consecutive weekends at Yas Marina Circuit and Dubai Autodrome starting on the 22nd January.
In what has been a busy few weeks for the Infinity squad join us as we recap on their successes in FIA F3, British F4 abs GT World Challenge Sprint Cup.…
Firing through the picturesque Scottish scenery, Matias Zagazeta and Aiden Neate were back in action at Knockhill Circuit last weekend, as FIA Formula 4 reached the midway stage of the season.
August starts brightly for the motorsport calendar as the Infinity Sports Management drivers get ready to race in a variety of locations, some for the first time in their respective championships. FIA F2 and FIA F3 return for action at Silverstone, while other ISM drivers compete at Oulton Park and Donington as well as further afield in Spain and USA.