Winning the grand slam of British karting titles was just the beginning for Dan Ticktum, as he earned the 2011 crown in British FKS Championship, National ABkC Super One Championship, British Open Championship and British Grand Prix Championship. His success continued into the international WSK Euro Series and WSK Masters Series, where he was highest placed rookie. He further contested the CIK FIA European Championship where he tied on points with the Champion, finishing 2nd in the National Super One Championship.
Graduating to single-seaters in MSA Formula and FIA European Formula 3 Championship, he raised through the ranks, earning the backing of the Red Bull Junior Team in 2017. Earning a victory at the Hungaroring in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 series.
Dan made the switch to GP3 Series for the final 3 rounds of the 2017 season, teaming up with revered junior racing outfit DAMS Racing, he claimed a podium position in only his second weekend behind the wheel.
This strong momentum carried through to the prestigious Macau Grand Prix, where with strong pace throughout the weekend, Dan fought his way through to claim an incredible overall victory in the 64th running of the Macau Grand Prix.
Following this, his talents saw him awarded the highly-acclaimed honour of BRDC McLaren Autosport Award in 2017.
Joining the 2018 FIA European Formula 3 Championship, where he led the championship for a period, with 4 victories, 8 podiums and 5 pole positions to his campaign he finished the year as vice-champion. Returning to the scene of his victory at the Macau Grand Prix once more in 2018, where in a sensational feat, the British driver dominated the entire weekend. Claiming pole position on pure pace, following up with victory in the qualifying race, before sealing the hat trick with the second Macau victory of his career.
Joining the Williams Racing Driver Academy in December 2019, in the role of Development Driver. Dan will take to the track, rejoining the DAMS team for the 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship.
Two-time Macau Grand Prix Winner
2017 BRDC McLaren Autosport Award
Williams Racing Development Driver
Competing across three different countries last weekend (1-2 August), the Infinity Sports Management drivers totted up a total number of eight podiums between them, including glorious wins in FIA Formula 2, FIA Formula 3 and FR Americas.
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.
The Infinity Sports Management drivers celebrated success on track at the Austrian Grand Prix last weekend (03-05 July), with podiums in both FIA F2 and FIA F3. After a nine-month break from racing due to COVID-19, duties resumed at the Red Bull Ring in Austria where racing got the green lights under strict health and safety guidelines. ISM had five drivers competing over the weekend, including several driving making their debuts.
After an epic weekend of racing, Infinity Sports Management stood on the prestigious Macau GP podium with Logan Sargeant in his debut at the Asian street circuit.
The latest rounds of racing action provided another stellar weekend for the Infinity Sports Management drivers, racking up a total of five podiums across two championships as the 2019 motorsports season draws to a close.
As the single-seater season officially drew to a close last weekend, we were trackside in Abu Dhabi to enjoy a superb send off. With debuts, victories, podiums and a championship winning driver to celebrate…
We’ve enjoyed an exciting few weeks for our drivers and alumni, but with one weekend left to run, we’re ramping up for one final showdown before winter training gets underway...
Refreshed and rejuvenated from the short summer break, it’s been an exciting two weeks for the Infinity squad. Whilst the action resumed in F2 and GP3, with some stand-out results, we also enjoyed some strong performances in FIA F3 and Renault Eurocup.
Whilst many series’ were on their summer break, many of our squad where still right in the thick of the action. Join us as we recap on a stellar few weeks in WEC, Mini UK Challenge and BRDC British F3 Championships.