Ramez' motorsports career began in 2007, with SWS leisure karting leading to the Rotax Max Challenge UAE Senior, in which he ended the season second. This was followed up by 10 races in the Formula Renault Campus France, with 2 podiums and a pole position to show for his time in the car. This was the start of a 3 year spell in cars from the French manufacturer, with appearances in the 24H Series Clio Cup class, and seasons in the Formula Renault 2.0 in both the Eurocup and WEC for 2008-09. Following this Ramez had a quiet few seasons, with appearances in the 2009 Speedcar Series, 2011-12 Maserati Trofeo JBF RAK, and the Gulf Radical Cup. Ramez then competed in the WGA Supercars Middle East Championship, finishing 2nd overall with 3 wins and 6 pole positions. Ramez competed only in Karting for the next few years, winning the SWS World Finals twice with Batelco Racing, as well as the Dubai Endurance Championship (Pro & Overall class) a total of 7 times. After 6 years being out of a racing car, Ramez then had the chance to race in Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East Championship in 2019 in the Pro-Am class, scoring a 100% record with 6 wins out of 6 races. 2019 saw him join the ranks of SIMMSA, and he has very quickly proven himself, outpacing many a driver within iRacing with far greater experience, and we hope that success awaits him in 2020 and beyond with us! Most impressive is the fact that Ramez only joined SimRacing few months ago and he is climbing the SimRacing ranks quickly!
|Rig & Seat||Obutto Ozone|
|Wheelrim||Fanatec Formula Carbon|
P1M2C Series BMW M2-Cup Season 2020
(results for two races each raceday)
IMSA Sportscars, F3, VRS GT3