The 2017 season saw Fenestraz attract the attention of teams and fans alike after winning the Formula Renault Eurocup Championship — climbing the podium 17 times in only 23 races. His incredible display in the championship subsequently earnt him a place in the prestigious Renault Sport Academy.
The following season saw him tackle the highly-competitive FIA Formula 3 European Championship, where he delighted with a race win and several trips to the rostrum.
Sacha’s success continued in 2019 where he spent the year in Asia furthering his career. Coming home with eight wins and a phenomenal 18 podiums, Fenestraz became Japanese Formula 3 Champion. In the same season, Sacha also tackled the Super GT300 class, finishing sixth in class and scoring a podium.
In 2020 Sacha became a professional racing driver for Toyota and raced for them in Super GT500 & Super Formula. He scored four podium finishes in his rookie year and claimed fourth place in the standings in Super GT, he also competed in Super Formula where he scored a podium on his debut.
This year, as well as his current duties with Toyota, Sacha will also serve as an official reserve driver for Jaguar Racing in the 2021 Formula E Championship.