Sacha Fenestraz1999-06-28 (age 21)
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Two of Toyota's leading SUPER GT drivers have expressed concerns at Honda's pace advantage in testing ahead of the opening race of the season at Fuji Speedway.
Sacha Fenestraz was hastily dropped from the Renault junior programme two years ago, but so impressive was the Frenchman on the Japanese racing ladder in 2019 that he earned himself another factory contract.
With Formula 1 enjoying one of its strongest rookie intake in 2019, Motorsport.com looks at the top 20 junior drivers of 2019 aiming to follow in the footsteps of Alexander Albon, Lando Norris and George Russell.
Sacha Fenestraz says his rookie season success in All-Japan Formula 3 shows that Renault was “wrong” to drop him from its driver development programme.
Former Renault junior Sacha Fenestraz wrapped up the All-Japan Formula 3 title with a double victory in the penultimate round at Motegi.
Sacha Fenestraz is targeting a dual campaign in Super Formula and SUPER GT's top GT500 division next year after enjoying early success in All-Japan F3.
McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner Dan Ticktum took victory and reclaimed the series lead in a thrilling first Formula 3 European Championship race of the weekend at Silverstone.
Renault F1 junior Sacha Fenestraz survived contact in the dramatic second race of the Formula 3 European Championship opener at Pau to take victory and move into the points lead.
Can any of this year's crop of European Formula 3 rookies emulate Lando Norris and snatch the title, or is it time for one of the veterans to shine? Motorsport.com's expert panel offer their predictions for 2018.
The junior single-seater scene featured many exciting talents and potential future Formula 1 stars in 2017, but who were the top performers? Motorsport.com selects its 20 most impressive young drivers.
Sacha Fenestraz was victorious in the season finale of Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 at Estoril, while Lando Norris collected the 12th podium of his title-winning campaign.
Eurocup Formula Renault rookie Sacha Fenestraz held on to take his first win in the category from pole position in the support race for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Max Defourny made up for yesterday’s disappointment, with a dominant win in the second race of the Formula Renault 2.0 NEC season at Monza.