Igor Fraga

Name: Igor Omura Fraga
Born: September 26th 1998
Nationality: Brazilian
Team: Charouz Racing System
Car Number: 24

Fraga started out karting in 2004 where he won the Biwako SL Series – Kids Karting followed by another win in 2005 at the Nishi Nihon Challenge. Also in 2005, he became back to back Biwako SL Series champion before claiming the title twice more in 2006 and 2007. He also claimed first in the Asian Karting Open Championship – Mini ROK in 2008.

Igor competed in the Formula Vee Brazil 2014 Championship, finishing second with 20 points. He made the move to the Brazilian Formula 3 Light Championship with FIA Formula 2 driver Guilherme Samaia where he raced as apart of Prop Car Racing in Class B. He finished third with 117 points after a rough start to his season. He stuck with the team for another year where he competed in only four of the races, claiming 19 points and a podium to take 11th in the standings. He remained in the championship for another year with Prop Car Racing where he competed in the academy class, taking 190 points and first in the championship.

Also in 2017, Fraga competed in the Formula One eSports Series where he made it through heat one with 30 points in 3rd position, taking him through to the final where he finished 18th overall with 6 points. He continued his time in F1 eSports in 2018 when he won the FIA Gran Turismo Nations Man Cup and the McLaren Shadow Racing series.

Alongside his stint in eSports, between 2017 and 2018 Fraga competed in the NACAM Formula 4 Championship with Prop Car racing where he racked himself up 6 wins, 5 pole positions, 7 fastest laps and 12 podiums to finish with 286 points and second in the championship behind Moisés de la Vara. He also competed in the U.S. F2000 National Championship with Exclusive Autosport where he finished with 213 points and 3 podiums to place 4th.

For 2019, Igor raced with DR Formula by RP Motorsport in the Formula Regional European Championship where he took 11 podiums, 4 wins, 4 pole positions and 3 fastest laps to make 300 points and third in the standings. He’s moved in to 2020 with the Toyota Racing Series with M2 Competion with 9 podiums and 4 wins to rack up 362 points, making Fraga first in the championship standings.

FIA Formula 3
Igor heads into his rookie year in the FIA Formula 3 Championship where he’ll race with Charouz Racing System alongside Niko Kari and David Schumacher.