It always seems impossible until it's done.
— Nelson Mandela
Alex Palou is a very talented professional driver who started his career at the young age of 6 with karting. During his karting career his most important achievement has been the Championship title in the WSK Euro Series in 2012.
In 2014 he made his debut in open-wheel racing competing in the Euroformula Open Championship for Campos Racing.
In 2015 he started the Formula 3 Series with Campos Racing. In 2016 Alex Palou scored a second place at the Silverstone Sprint Race for Campos Racing.
In 2017 Alex Palou moved to Japan to compete at the All-Japan Formula Three Championship. After racing again in Europe in Formula 3, in 2019 he started a successfull career in Super GT3000 for McLaren Customer Racing Japan and Super Formula for TCS Nakajima Racing.
In 2019 he won the Super Formula Championship Race in Fuji. It has been a highly competitive race due to heavy rain, but Alex Palou drove the best out of his car and got his highly deserved P1.
He is one of the few European professional drivers who made it to Japan; this might be because of his eccellent physical preparation, his tenacity and his precise attitude on track.
His hobbies are sports, outdoor activities, music.
01 April 1997. Sant Antoni de Vilamajor. Spain
Spanish, English, Italian
Size — Weight
1.80m — 70kg
Dale Coyne with Team Goh
Team Goh has a storied history in racing. Team Goh won the 1996 Japanese Grand Touring Championship (JGTC) and became one of the prestigious Privateer teams to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2004 with Seiji Ara, Tom Kristensen and Rinaldo Capello.
Nakajima Racing is a Super Formula and Super GT team organized and founded by Satoru Nakajima in 1983. The organization races exclusively in Japan, although the drivers have different nationalities. Blanditiis quibusdam inventore ullam sed optio autem recusandae ad nam exercitationem vel harum possimus magni.
Spanish Champion of Alevin Class
And 012 Champion Class KF3
Champion Class KZ2
First time Euroformula Open for Campos Racing
GP3 for Campos Racing
Second year in GP3 for Campos Racing
Transfer to Japan for Series All-Japan for Team Drago
Formula 2 for Campos Racing
Formula 3 for Hitech Bullfrog
Macau Grand Prix for B-Max Racing
Super GT - GT30 for McLaren Customer Racing Japan and Super Formula for TCS Nakajima Racing
Official IndyCar Driver for Dale Coyne Racing with Team Goh