First stepping into a kart in his native Mexico, Sebastian has forged an impressive karting career. Winning his first title in 2011 in Super Karts Cup México (Cadet Class), the talented young racer moved to contest in SKUSA SuperNationals XVII (TaG Cadet) and Florida Winter Tour Rotax Mini Max events. Claiming victory in the Florida Winter Tour Rotax Mini Max in 2015.
Moving to Europe, Sebastian grew in speed and ability, holding his own in the fiercely competitive CIK-FIA and WSK championships.
2018 saw Sebastian make the transition to single-seaters, teaming up with Double R Racing for FIA Formula 4, the Mexican driver impressed with a series of consistent results and growing ability. Celebrating two rookie podiums, twelve top-10 finishes and a pole position in his first year in car racing.
With experience gained, Sebastian returned in 2019, a title contender from the very beginning. With sensational form, he claimed five wins, 19 podiums and three pole positions, but an unfortunate turn of luck with a DNF in the final race saw him narrowly miss out on the title.
Sebastian had been due to remain with the Double R Racing team in 2020 to make the step up to BRDC Formula 3 Championship. However due to the Coronavirus pandemic he was forced to withdraw from the campaign and took part in no racing in 2020. This year, the talented Mexican will finally make the jump to Formula 3 in 2021, joining Hitech GP.
2019 FIA Formula 4 British Vice-Champion
2015 Florida Winter Tour - Rotax Mini Max Champion
2011 Super Karts Cup México Champion
Infinity Sports Management are delighted to announce that Sebastian Alvarez will contest the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship for the 2020 season. Graduating to Formula 3 machinery, the Mexican driver will be teaming up once again with Double R Racing, with whom he raced to vice-champion in British F4 last season.
From the highs of Barcelona, it’s another thrilling week in the Infinity camp from celebrating a maiden victory in Fuji, to final preparations for the title-decider in British F4...
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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…
After a long winter, this weekend saw the British F4 grid take to the track for the season opener at Brands Hatch. Sebastian Alvarez certainly made his title intentions known as he earned a maiden victory and a hat-trick of podiums, kicking off his championship campaign in style.
Infinity Sports Management and Double R Racing are proud to confirm that Sebastian Alvarez will return to contest the 2019 F4 British Championship certified by FIA powered by Ford EcoBoost – for his second season in car racing.
It was another hugely successful weekend for the Infinity drivers from UK Clio Cup to Formula Renault Eurocup, ADAC F4 and GP3. Join us as we catch up on the action…
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.