What should be said about Sérgio Sette Câmara Filho besides being a born sportsman? A race-driver intended to overcome himself at each lap? Driven by his dream of becoming a F1 racing driver like Ayrton Senna, Felipe Massa and Rubens Barichello he dedicates much of his time in the improvement of the qualities of a great champion.

Driver Sérgio Sette Câmara – 23 years old is currently one of the greatest exponents of Brazilian motorsport on international tracks. Competing in the events of the Formula-E World Championship by the American Dragon Penske, the young man from Belo Horizonte built his career with participation in competitions since he was seven years old.

His trajectory on the tracks began exactly in kart racing, in his city, where he fell in love with the sport. Naturally, with his development, he left for the disputes of national and state competitions in São Paulo. In Brazilian territory, he stood out as one of the fastest of his generation, winning important titles such as the three-times champion of the Copa Brasil de Kart, two-times champion of the GP Brasil de Kart and a title of the Super Kart Brasil.

Since 2012, Sérgio has been competing in the European races when he had his best moment winning the world championship in the Junior category of the X30 World division in karting, in Lyon – France. In 2014, the driver moved there permanently when he started his journey in single-seaters. He competed for two years in the European F-3 Championship where he won numerous podiums and great prominence in the F-3 World Cup, held in Macau – China. On that street circuit he set the track record in his first appearance, took the podium in his second year and fought for the title until the last corner on his third visit to the Asian circuit. Later, for three years, Sette Câmara competed in the FIA ​​Formula-2. In this Championship, the driver won important races, participated in winning team championship with Carlin (2018) and with DAMS (2019). Individually, with the sixth position in the 2018 Championship and the fourth in 2019, he got the necessary points to have the Super License to compete in the F-1.

In 2019 he was a development driver for the McLaren F-1 team and, in 2020, he was a reserve driver for the Red Bull and Alpha Tauri teams also in the F-1. It was also in 2020 that Sette had his first opportunity with the F-E when he competed in the six final races of the Championship, which, due to his good performance, earned him the following credentials in the only category of electric cars formula on the planet.

In the 2021 season, Sette Câmara was able to completely adapt to Formula-E, having achieved important results. In Saudi Arabia – first round, after qualifying for the start in the front row, the driver achieved fourth place on that track. A few races later, after the team introduced innovations to the car, he stood out again by placing his car for two more opportunities in the Super Pole and scoring again in the London race – the penultimate stage of the Championship.

For 2022 Sette Câmara, again with the Dragon Penske team, intends to follow the development of the car started in 2021 and seek, on a regular basis, to score and stand out in the World Championship races.


Full Name: Sérgio Santos Sette Câmara Filho
Age: 24 years old (1998, May 23rd)
Education: Studying in Business College
Languages: Portuguese | English | Spanish | Italian
First Motorsport race: 2006


2021 | F-E World Championship
* Dragon Penske Autsport (Driver)
16 Points | 3 Super Poles

2020 | F-1 / F-E / Super Formula
* Red Bull e Alpha Tauri F-1 (Reserve Driver)
* GEOX Dragon F-E (Driver)
6 Races
* B-Max Racing Super Formula (Driver)
Pole-Position / One Racing

2019 (FIA F1 World Championship)
* McLaren Team
Test and Development Driver

2019 (FIA F2 Championship)
* DAMS Motortport
24 Races | 12 Countries
4th. Place in the Championship

2018 (FIA F2 World Championship)
* Carlin Team | 12 Rounds
10 countries | 6th. Place in the Championship
-> 2nd and 3rd place – Bahrain
-> 2nd place – French
-> 3rd place – Austria
-> 3rd place – Hungary
-> 2nd place – Belgium
-> 3rd place – Italy
-> 2nd place – Russia

2017 (FIA F2 World Championship)
* Hired By MP Motorsport
* FIA F2 World Championship
22 Races in 10 countries
Youngest driver in the championship
Race Winner in Spa-Francorchamps (BEL)
Podium (2nd place) in Monza (ITA)
* 64º F3 Macau Grand Prix | Highlighted Driver

2016 (FIA F3 Europe)
* FIA F3 European Championship
Podium in Pau (FRA)
Podium in Norisring (ALE)
Podium in Zandvoort (HOL)
Pole-Position in Nurburgring (ALE)
Pole-Position in Imola (ITA)
Lap Record in Red Bull Ring (AUS)
* F3 Masters of Zandvoort
* 63º F3 Macau Grand Prix | Podium
34 Races Completed

2015 (Debut at FIA F3 Europe )
* FIA F3 European Championship
* F3 Masters of Zandvoort
* 62º F3 Macau Grand Prix
37 Races
Podium in Spa-Francorchamps (BEL)
Podium in Red Bull Ring (AUS)
Podium in  Zandvoort (HOL)
Pole Position in Zandvoort (HOL)

2014 (Debut in Brazilian F3)
Brazilian F3 |
6 Races
2 Podiuns


2014 SEASON (Category KF & F3 Brazilian)
Participation in CIK – FIA European & World Championship in KF class.
1st Position in Round 4 of the DKM – German Kart Championship (KF class)

2013 SEASON(Category: KF Junior /Graduate)
7th position – 1st round – European of Kart – Alcaniz – ESP
16th position in the Finals of the Kart World Championship – Bahrei
Brazilian Vice-Champion of Kart (Graduate)
Vice-Champion of the Brazil Kart Coup (Graduate)

2012 SEASON: (Category: Junior / KF3)
World Champion – X30 World – Lyon – FRA
Minas Gerais Champion of Kart – Category: Sprinter
Bi-Champion Brazil GP of kart (Vespasiano/MG)
Champion of Brazil Super Kart (São Paulo/SP)

2011 SEASON: (Category: Minor Junior)
Bi-Champion Brazil Coup in Imperatriz/MA
Champion of Brazil Grand Prix of Kart (Vespasiano/MG)
Champion of GP RBC of Kart (São Paulo)
Pole-Position in the Brazilian Kart championship (São Paulo/SP)

2010 SEASON:
Champion of Southeast Cup – Cadete (MG / RJ / ES)
Champion of Brazil Cup category Cadete held in Palmas/TO
Vice-Champion in the Super Cadete category held in Palmas/TO
Vice-Champion of Brazil GP held in Vespasiano/MG
Vice-Champion of Brazilian championship held in Volta Redonda/RJ
3rd position in the South-American championship held in Velopark/RS
3rd position – São Paulo Championship

Minas Gerais Champion
3rd position in the RBC GP held in São Paulo
9th position in the South-American championship held in Velopark/RS
15th position in the Brazil Coup held in Lauro de Freitas/BA

Minas Gerais Vice-Champion
12th position in the Brazil Cup held in Itumbiara/GO
16th position in the Brazilian Championship held in Fortaleza/CE

12th position in the Brazil Coup held in Ipatinga/MG

3rd POSITION IN THE 2ND ROUND OF THE Minas Gerais Championship (1strace in which he participated)

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