A sensational weekend for Enaam Ahmed saw him clinch all three victories in the SMP F4 Championship Final last weekend at Parnu, Estonia. The result means he ends the season on a high having driven as a guest driver for all but two of the rounds this year.
This wasn’t Ahmed’s first win in the series having previously picked up another back to back to back win at the same circuit a few months prior.
The British racer has made his single seater début this year and has performed impressively in MSA Formula, where he lies eighth in the table and is currently fighting for the runner up spot in the rookie championship going into the final round at Brands Hatch.
The round at Parnu was the final SMP round of the season and Ahmed completed his perfect weekend by also securing both pole positions having been competitive in practice earlier.
In all three races he beat Niko Kari, the series champion, into second place. Because of the guest driver system, Kari was given the win and the 25 points that came with it, ensuring he concluded his impressive season with nine back to back wins to add on to the three he had previously.
Kari’s season didn’t end there though. With the exception of his retirement in the opening round, his worst result was a fourth place in the final race at Sochi. He went on to finish every other round, either first or second.
As he competed as a guest driver, Ahmed did not qualify for points, but would have scored 151 points over the course of the season. Which would have put him in fifth place in the championship before the other scores are adjusted. To add, he would have been the highest placed driver not to have competed in every round.