2024 takes Alex one step nearer his F1 goal as he races in one of the Grand Prix support championships for the first time. Moving to MP Motorsport Alex will tackle the FIA F3 Championships which supports ten of this season’s F1 Grands Prix. Hi latest challenge will put Alex right where he needs to be, performing under the eyes of the worlds top motorsport teams.


To start with podium finishes and then race wins, to challenge for the championship and look to make a quick move up the ladder to F2 for 2025.


2023 saw Alex Dunne continuing his progress up the ladder on the FIA Road to F1 as he turned his attention from Formula 4 to the British GB3 Championship and made his FIA F3 debut at ther Macau Grand Prix.

Alex finished the British championship season as the Rookie Champion and second in the overall points, with the most wins for any driver and a new record for the highest number of points scored in a single weekend. Following the end of the British season Alex went on to impress in his first FIA F3 test, topping the times in the wet session before finishing his season off with an incredible debut F3 race at the Macau Grand Prix where he finished second in Race 1.


To continue to progress, take race wins and the GB3 Championship before moving up to the F1 supporting FIA Formula 3 Championship in 2024.


For his second year in Car Racing Alex began in the UAE Championship over five weeks in January and February. FOllowing the UAE series Alex continued inF4 challenging for the British and Italian F4 titles. Continuing to enhance his excellent reputation Alex set numerous records on his way to the British title while also picking up runner-up spot in the hugely competitive Iralian F4 series.


Having taken his first race wins in the UAE, Alex’s goal for 2022 is to win races and challenge for the British and Italian Formula 4 Championships while working towards an expected move into F3 for 2023.


Following a number of seasons as Ireland’s top International Kart Racer, Fifteen year old Alex Dunne will make his Car Racing debut in 2021 in the Spanish Formula 4 Championship driving for Irish team Pinnacle Motorsport. Alex has competed outside of Ireland almost from the beginning of his career and this year will be the same as he tackles races in Spain, Belgium and Portugal..


To build his experience in the Formula 4 Car and on the European tracks while aiming to move towards challenging at the front. The target for 2021 is to finish as best rookie in the F4 Championship while also targetting outright wins and podiums.


Alex headed into his first year in Senior Karting with a return to competing at European level during the 2020 Global Pandemic. However the truncated 2020 season provided just four racing opportunities for him, with two European Championship races, a pre-world Championship warm up event and the 2020 ‘OK’ World Championship the only events in which he competed.


Consistently finishing in the top six in his first season in Senior Karting.
2  Heat podiums.
Qualified for the Final at all events including the World Championship.


The second year for Alex competing in European Junior Karting. His aim as the European Championship season started was to convert his good pre season form, which saw him take his first outright win at Adria in January, into a strong European challenge. A brilliant season followed with Alex recording a best finishing position of second overall as well as a first European Heat win on his way to seventh in the European Championship.


7th in the OK Junior European Championship.
WSK Champions Cup Winner
First FIA European Championship Heat win.
WSK Championship heat wins.
Numerous podiums and fastest laps.


2018 saw Alex step up to the World & European OKJ Karting championships as well as racing in the IAME International final at Le Mans. season highlights included European Championship heat wins and eleventh place overall in both the World Championship Final and the IAME Junior International Final.


11th in the OK Junior World Championship.
World Championship heat podiums.
Heat wins in the OK Junior European Championship.
WSK Championship heat wins.
Numerous podiums and fastest laps.


Alex combined a full assault on the British Superone and LGM Championships with his first European and World Championship races, culminating in the ROK World International Final where his fifth place confirmed him as one of the top young talents in World Karting.


Fifth in the world out of 162 competitors on his first time racing in the Mini Rok class.
First race win at World Championship level.
First ever outright British Championship wins.
Numerous British Championship heat wins and podiums.
Fourth in the highly competitive British Superone Championship.
First ever victory for the Tony Kart Neos chassis in the Superone series.


Alex concentrated on Karting in the UK tackling the ‘Superone’ and ‘LGM’ Karting Championships. Alex also raced at home in selected Irish Championship races where he dominated the top step of the podium.


Took his first UK heat wins.
Numerous UK pole positions and fastest laps.
Won all four Irish Championship races he contested.
Retained the Motorsport Ireland ‘0’ plate.
Contested 36 UK races to build experience for a championship challenge in 2017.


For Alex’s first full year racing, he competed in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Irish Kart Championships as well as making his first overseas race appearance in the British Championship.


Winner of the Motorsport Ireland ‘IRL’ plate.
Winner of the Motorsport Ireland ‘0’plate.
T. Rogers memorial Cup winner.
Ironside Trophy winner.
Multiple Race wins and podiums.


Alex’s first year in Karting. He competed in the Irish Karting Championship and achieved some incredible results against much more experienced drivers.


Made Kart racing debut.
Took his first race wins in his first season competing.