Alex Reimann, born in 2005, is an Estonian motorsport racing driver with a foundation in karting. Initiated into the sport at age 9, he soon made notable appearances in Estonia’s karting circuits. His early years were marked by consistent participation and performance under the mentorship of Sten Pentus, then later Mikko Laine. At just 12 years old, he transitioned to more advanced racing circuits by testing Formula Renault.
Reimann further enriched his experience and skills during an educational stint in Spain, where he simultaneously intensified his karting training supervised by Lucas Guerrero and coached by Martin Rojo. During this period, he partook in numerous international competitions spanning Estonia, Finland, Spain, and other European nations, establishing a reputable footprint in the karting domain. His dedication also extended to a virtual platform where he engaged in professional simulation racing.
In the subsequent years, Reimann’s focus noticeably shifted towards car racing. In 2020, a significant milestone in his career was his association with team EST1 Racing, with Raimo Kulli as his coach and manager. The years following this association witnessed a series of remarkable achievements for Reimann. In 2023, he secured a win in the GT Cup Open Europe at Paul Ricard and achieved a commendable second-place finish in the Creventic 24H Series – 12H Monza. Furthermore, he made history the same year by becoming the first Estonian to win the BMW 325 CUP at the Porsche Ring Race.
Parallel to his racing career, Reimann has been academically inclined. After completing his secondary education in 2023, he enrolled in Arden University for Criminology and Law and began studying motorsport engineering at the National Motorsport Academy in the UK. Fluent in both English and Estonian, Alex Reimann stands as a prominent figure in the contemporary Estonian motorsport landscape.
First Estonian to win in BMW 325 CUP as part of the Baltic and Estonian Championship
P1 in AM category and overall, Alex Reimann won the race in Circuit Paul Ricard
Driven 2/3 of the whole time, Alex Reimann and Jori Ala-Jyra win silver in 12H Monza
Alex Reimann debuted in Alastaro as part of the Porsche Club Festival
Multiple wins and participation in the Spanish Karting Championship (CEK) series, IAME Euro Series and WinterCup, and Hivern Karting CKCV (Karting Championship of the Valencia Region) in the X30 Senior category. Participation in Hivern Karting CKCV (Karting Championship of the Valencia Region) in the KZ2 category.
Participation in the Spanish Karting Championship (CEK) series, IAME Euro Series and WinterCup, and Hivern Karting CKCV (Karting Championship of the Valencia Region) in the X30 Junior category.
4th overall in the Estonian Kart Championship in the X30 Junior category. Participated in the IAME Series Finland in the X30 Junior category.
Participated in the Estonian Kart Championship in the Mini60 category and multiple wins in the ProKart Estonia series in the Mini60 category