Nikita started racing at seven years old and is now regarded as both an exciting talent and genuine Formula One prospect.
After moving on from a successful Karting Career as Vice World Champion Nikita stepped onto the Motorsport ladder.
Several podium finishes in the MRF Challenge and AsiaCup Series underlined Nikita’s potential in single-seaters, prompting his entry into the 2015 Toyota Racing Series and Formula Renault 2.0 NEC championship.
Now, Nikita is embarking on his maiden season in the ultra-competitive FIA Formula 3 European Championship - the world's premier F3 category - with Hitech GP.
He is combining his Formula 3 campaign alongside his Driver Development duties for Sahara Force India Formula 1 Team.
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