Carving his craft in the grassroots of motorsport, Nicolai started karting at the age of 7. Rising through the ranks, from national events in his native Denmark with strong results, to competing in the international CIK-FIA and WSK competitions.
Graduating to single-seaters in 2016, Nicolai took to the wheel of Formula 4 machinery for the FIA British F4 Championship with Fortec Motorsport. Seamlessly making the transition, he consistently found himself running within the top-10 throughout the season, on his way to third position in the Rookie Cup. Making the step up to the BRDC British F3 Championship in 2017, Nicolai continued his strong form, claiming points at every event.
2018 season saw the Dane team up with Carlin Racing to tackle his second year in BRDC British F3. Impressing from the off, scoring his first podium at the first race was just the start for Nicolai, as he began sensational run of form throughout the season. With 5 wins, 10 podiums and 5 fastest laps, the young charger ended the year as Vice Champion, after battling it out and taking the title fight to the final event.
From the thrills of Thruxton and spills of Snetterton, to the pouring rain in Pau, it was a challenging weekend for Infinity drivers, but that didn’t stop them collecting a healthy haul of pole positions and silverware. Join us as we look back on an exciting weekend’s racing…
Infinity Sports Management are proud to confirm Danish racer Nicolai Kjaergaard will contest the 2019 Euroformula Open Championship, together with Carlin. Remaining with the British team, with whom he challenged in the BRDC British Formula Three Championship last year. Making the step up into the European Series, Nicolai as he joins the ever-expanding Championship for the upcoming year.
In paddocks at home and away, last weekend we celebrated some commanding performances from our squad of dynamic young drivers. From Formula Renault Eurocup to British F3 and the Mini Challenge finale, there were podiums, poles and titles for the taking…
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.
From Thruxton to Snetterton, and across at Lausitzring, the Infinity single-seater squad have putting in some stellar performances. We look back on what’s been a fruitful foray of pole positions, trophies and impressive improvements.
Back at one of Britain’s best loved circuits, we joined Jordan (Collard) for his first furore in the MINI Challenge, in what’s set to be an exciting year for the 17-year old. Taking the step from Ginetta's, Jordan quickly got to grips switching from rear-wheel to front-wheel-drive, gunning for the Rookie Cup.