Youngest 2 Time Double National Champion 2018 & 2019
Professional karting driver, Ishaan Madesh is the new sensation.
Ishaan with a back to back 4 National Championships, started his racing career at the age of 7 years with Team Peregrine during the year 2016. A year later he started to race in international competitions and kept moving forward with his dedication and incredible mental strength. During those 2 years, he fought hard and learnt many racing tricks being among the more experienced and senior drivers which helped him develop a strong mental setup and this also explains his love for Final Lap Last Corner moves.
With some intense dedication , focus and some good training from his coaches, he was ready to unleash some of the most impressive performances in the domestic circuit.
This resulted in him winning awards for the Most No. of Pole Positions,20 podiums out of 20 races, and a jaw-dropping 18 wins out of the 20 races in 2018 & 2019.
He received awards for the Driver with Maximum Wins in a season and the Driver with Maximum Pole Positions in a season.
He is also the proud winner of the coveted Akbar Ebrahim Best Driver Award for 2019.
Being the Indian Champion ,He represented India, with a leading European Team Dan Holland Racing, in the World finals of X30 and Rotax Max both in France and Italy consecutively for 2 years in a row 2018 and 2019. In his last outing in Indoneasia, he was very close catching everyone’s eyes and being a hot favourite close to a memorable result for India. Due to the Covid – 19, Ishaan’s International pursuit has stalled in 2020.
Currently, he is working extremely hard on his Fitness and preparing to defend his National Championship in 2020, in X30 and Rotax. He is extremely focused on this year’s series as he is also in strong contention for the Asian Championship.
Who is you favourite f1 driver?
How hard has it been to have your brother as your competition?
It has been very hard to compete with my brother because the racer in me wanted to beat him but the brother in me felt differently
What is the difference between races in india and international?
The difference is that in India the grid is small compared to the international grid which is large.
How did you start karting?
When I was 7yrs old my dad took me on a twin kart after that I saw my brother race and then I started loving it
How has your family supported you and your brother?
My family allowed us to go full throttle and supported us throughout every race and every tournament through the season and my parents always told us never to give up no matter what the result was . All that We’ve achieved in Karting is because of the unconditional support