2017 saw him attract attention of teams and fans alike by winning the Formula Renault Eurocup Championship - climbing the podium 17 times in only 23 races, his talent earnt himself a place in the Renault Sport Academy.
The following season saw him tackle the sought-after FIA Formula 3 European championship, where he delighted with a race win and several trips to the rostrum.
This year Sacha is taking on a new challenge by heading to Asia to further his career. Competing in the Complete Super GT series, he’s once again proving his ability to get to grips with new machinery. In addition, Sacha is continuing to race single-seaters, driving in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship.