Ahmed started karting in 2010 where he competed in both the Comer Cadet Kartmasters British Grand Prix and the Super 1 National Comer Cadet Championship. He competed throughout 2011 before winning his first championship in the 2012 Super 1 National Comer Cadet Championship. Alongside his title, he claimed second in the 2012 MSA British Cadet Championship and sixth in the 2012 Comer Cadet Kartmasters British Grand Prix. Ahmed claimed his next karting podium in 2013 where he took third in the Super 1 National KFJ Championship. In 2013, he also race in both the World and European Championships of the CIK-FIA KF Junior Championship and the KFJ WSK Final Cup and Euro Series.
Enaam’s most successful year in karting was 2014 where he raced in the KFJ WSK Super Master Series, KFJ WSK Champions Cup, CIK-FIA European KF-Junior Championship, CIK-FIA World KF-Junior Championship and the KF3 South Garda Winter Cup where he took first in every single championship. After his successful year, Enaam made the move to the SMP F4 Championship with Koiranen GP as a guest driver, taking 7 podiums and 5 wins for the team. He also competed with Arden International in the MSA Formula Championship where he took 4 podiums and a win, finishing 8th in the standings with 176 points.
In 2016, Ahmed made his debut into the Euroformula Open Championship with DAV Racing for eight races where he racked up 49 points and 11th in the standings. Heading into 2017, he made the move to Giles Motorsport to compete in the Toyota Racing series where he claimed 2 podiums and 1 win to take 586 points and 6th in the standings.
2019 marked Enaam’s return to the Euroformula Open Championship where he joined Team Motopark for two races where he claimed a podium in both races to grab 37 points and 15th in the standings.
FIA Formula 3
Emaan Ahmed made his debut into Formula 3 in 2017 when he joined Douglas Motorsport to compete in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship. He took five wins and one win, placing 5th in the standings with 349 points. Ahmed also competed with Carlin in the BRDC British Formula 3 Autumn Trophy where he managed three podiums out of the three races, two of the podiums being wins to receive 99 points and 1st in the standings. He returned with the team in 2017 for the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship where he took 13 wins, 13 fastest laps and 18 podiums and taking the championship title.
Ahmed moved to the FIA Formula 3 European Championship in 2018 with Hitech Bullfrog GP where he secured 4 podiums of which 2 were wins. He finished 9th in the overall standings with 174 points. In that same year, he competed in his first Macau Grand Prix with the team, although he did not finish due to making contact with the Police corner barrier where he blocked the track.
He moved from the European Championship to the Japanese Formula 3 Championship in 2019 with B-Max Racing with Motopark. He placed in the podiums 8 times with 2 wins and 63 points to finish 3rd in the standings. Ahmed made his return to Macau in 2019 with Campos Racing where he finished 22nd in the standings.
For his 2020 season, Enaam Ahmed will make his debut in the FIA Formula 3 Championship with Carlin Buzz Racing in car number 27 with fellow rookies Clement Novalak and Cameron Das.