Here’s everything you need to know about the origin, nationality and personal life of Red Bull Junior driver Isack Hadjar
Isack Hadjar’s mother is Yolanda Hadid, while his father is Bernard Hadjadj. Both his grandparents and parents have professional backgrounds in the fields of medicine and physics. Isack was born on September 28, 2004, which means he is currently 19 years old, and his zodiac sign falls under Libra. His place of birth is Paris, France, and he holds French citizenship. Presently, he is not in a romantic relationship. Apart from his connection to France, Hadjar also has ties to Algeria.
Hadjar’s passion for automobiles was ignited in his early years, sparked by his first encounter with the 2006 movie “Cars.” On the official Red Bull website, he admires Lewis Hamilton and Ayrton Senna as his role models. At the tender age of 11, he ventured into go-kart racing, quickly showcasing his innate talent. Notably, he clinched the second position in both the 2016 Coupe de France and Challenge Rotax Max France. By 2017, he transitioned from the Cadet to the Junior class and also participated in the European and World Championships, achieving 16th place in Europe and 22nd globally.
What are the highlights of Isack Hadjar’s professional career till date?
As of 2023, Isack Hadjar is actively taking part in the Formula 2 Championship, proudly representing Hitech Pulse–Eight. His previous racing experience includes his tenure with Hitech in the FIA Formula 3 Championship, where he achieved an impressive fourth-place ranking by the season’s conclusion. Additionally, in the 2021 Formula Regional European series, he earned the title of rookie champion, emphasizing his promising skills, and he holds the esteemed position of being a member of the Red Bull Junior Team.
In 2019, Isack Hadjar marked his introduction to single-seater racing in the French F4 Championship. Notably, he received an invitation to participate in the 2022 F2 post-season test at Yas Marina with Hitech Grand Prix.
The news was confirmed in January 2023 that Hadjar would continue his journey into the 2023 Formula 2 Championship, maintaining his partnership with Hitech and sharing the racing platform with Jak Crawford. On a significant note, Red Bull announced on June 16, 2021, that Hadjar would become a member of the Red Bull Junior Team, officially commencing his membership in 2022.
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