Shahmir Siddiqui

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Muhammad Shahmir Siddiqui
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Born (2002-10-08) October 8, 2002 (age 21)
CitizenshipUnited States of America
OccupationRacing driver

Muhammad Shahmir Siddiqui (born 8 October 2002) is a Pakistani-American racing driver. He previously competed in the FIA Formula 3 Championship for MP Motorsport.



Born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, before moving to the United States, Siddiqui began karting at the age of six and from there contested numerous championships across the United States and won numerous titles.[1]

Lower formulae

In 2017, Siddiqui made his single-seater debut in the Formula 4 United States Championship[2] where he took 7 wins and 14 podiums from 15 races. His early clinching of the title led to him skipping the final round at COTA. Overall, he finished 58 points ahead of second in the standings.[3]

BRDC British Formula 3 Championship

In July 2018, Siddiqui made his debut in the BRDC British Formula 3 championship with Fortec Motorsport.[4] Competing against fellow Pakistani driver Enaam Ahmed, Siddiqui finished 3rd in his rookie season.

In the 2019 season, Shahmir would strengthen his position, claiming seven wins and three pole positions to claim the title at Silverstone after a season-long battle with Nicolai Kjærgaard.

FIA Formula 3 Championship


In October 2019, Siddiqui attended the post-season test at Circuit Ricardo Tormo, contesting all three sessions with Carlin Buzz Racing and ART Grand Prix.[5][6] Two months later, he joined the former to contest the 2020 season. Overall, he faced a disappointing season.


Siddiqui continued racing for Carlin Buzz Racing throughout the 2021 season. He improved throughout scoring winning once and scoring pole twice. He did not renew his contract for the 2022 season.


  1. "Atlanta Motorsports Park Kart Championship Round 2 – eKartingNews". Retrieved 2023-03-21.
  2. "Homestead-Miami Entry List". F4 U.S. Championships. Retrieved 2023-03-21.
  3. "FIA Championship Points Standings". F4 U.S. Championships. Retrieved 2023-03-21.
  4. Magazine, Speedsport. "BRDC British Formula 3 Championship - 2018: Point standings". Retrieved 2023-03-21.
  5. "F3 - FIA F3 returns for post-season tests at Circuit de Valencia". Federation Internationale de l'Automobile. 2019-10-19. Retrieved 2023-03-21.
  6. "Post-season testing Day 3 entry list".

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