Isaac Barashi remains in GRS Team; steps up to EuroCup-3

The British driver raced with GRS for the second half of the 2023 Formula 4 Spanish Championship season and takes now the next step on his young career.

Second ever EuroCup-3 season is around the corner. It is an honour for GRS Team to announce the first of its drivers on the grid. Isaac Barashi is set to remain with GRS in 2024 to make his series debut. The season will kick off this weekend at Spa-Francorchamps Circuit.

Barashi faces what will be his second full year in single seater racing. The British driver, aged 19, took part in both British and Spanish Formula 4 championships in 2023. In the United Kingdom, he achieved two podium finishes. He took part on four F4 Spanish Championship meetings with GRS, showing solid progression throughout the season.

Once the championship was over, the British youngster started gaining mileage at the wheel of the EuroCup-3 as an extensive testing programme with GRS Team was carried out. Barashi adapted to the new car very positively. His pace was competitive, and he proved he was ready to take this step on his racing career. Earlier this year, Barashi raced in three Formula Regional Middle East Championship rounds.

“I’m super excited to take the next step up in my racing career to EuroCup-3 with GRS. Working with the team last year made the transition super easily, and they helped me get up to speed and learn the new car quickly. Testing has been going well through the winter and I want to say a huge thank you to GRS for this opportunity. Can’t wait to get to racing and hopefully bring some good results to the team”.

Isaac Barashi, driver

“The team is thrilled to confirm that Isaac is remaining at the team and stepping up to EuroCup-3. His growth and improvement as a driver since he first raced with us are evident and significant, so it’s great news to keep working alongside him for this new stage of his career. Very thankful to Isaac for trusting GRS for one more year, which shows that the team did a good job in pre-season, and will keep doing so during the championship”.

Josep Trinidad, CEO & Team Manager

The season begins on April 19 and 20 at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps Circuit, in Belgium. Barashi already had the opportunity to lap around Spa at the wheel of the Tatuus T-318 used in EuroCup-3 during the official collective test that took place in March this year.