First taking to the wheel of a go-kart at the age of 11, Pavan rapidly became one of the biggest talents in his native Singapore. Taking third overall in the 2013 Singapore Junior Karting Championship, along with top five finish in the standings the following year.
Building his racecraft, 2015 proved to be paved with success for Pavan as he was crowned Singapore Rotax Open Champion. Further taking the Vice-Championship position in the Singapore X30 Challenge and third in the Singapore ROK Cup.
Graduating into single-seaters in 2016, the Singapore-born racer tackled the Asian Formula Renault Championship, in which he earned 3 podium finishes and consistently placed within the top-ten. Returning to the series in 2017, Pavan secured his first victory in car racing, along with pole position and fastest lap of the race.
2018 season saw Pavan make the move to racing in Europe, gaining valuable experience battling in the BRDC British F3 Championship. Building in confidence and pace, he forged his way through to take his maiden win in the series at Silverstone, further earning a 2nd placed podium at Donington.
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…
Returning to the paddock for his second season, Infinity Sports Management are proud to confirm that Pavan Ravishankar will once again team up with Double R Racing to contest the 2019 BRDC British Formula 3 Championship.
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…
June has proven to be a month of thrilling firsts for the roster of Infinity drivers, we have joined our talented racers trackside as they celebrated some stunning first wins, and rev up to contest in their first 24 Hours of Le Mans event. Join us as we recap on what’s been an exciting few weeks for our guys…
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.