Zubair is currently not racing full-time in a motorsport series after his season in Formula 4, although since then he had held an ARDS (Association of Racing Drivers Schools) Instructor License in 2016 enabling him to provide high-speed driver coaching around circuits all over the UK. As of 2017, Zubair has created an automotive YouTube channel which you can find here.
Zubair’s full-season debut in BRDC Formula 4 Championship came in January 2015 after signing with Chipping Norton-based motor racing team, Sean Walkinshaw Racing (SWR).
In May of that year he scored his first podium success with third place in round six of the championship at the Rockingham circuit. Prior to joining SWR he was a member of the HHC Motorsport squad and finished as ‘top rookie’ in the 2014 BRDC Formula 4 Winter Series Championship. This was the year in which he moved into single-seater racing and closed an impressive fifth overall in the F4 standings, despite competing against more experienced international drivers from as far away as Brazil and Mexico.
His successful transition to F4 followed a period of development with the Ricky Flynn Motorsport karting squad to whom he was signed to in 2011. He travelled with the RFM team to compete in the International Winter Cup in Garda, Italy, in 2012 and in the same year progressed to the MSA British Championship along with select events in the WSK Euro Series and CIK-FIA European Championship – all the in the KF2 category.
No stranger to track success, Zubair clocked up an impressive tally of finishing positions and lap records over a 10 year, progressive career in kart racing, before advancing to single seater Formula competition.
He achieved three podium finishes in the KF2 MSA British Championship in 2012 and top finishes in international events across 13 different countries.