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British F3 International Series - National Class Champion, 18 wins and one outright podium

Formula Renault UK Winter Series - 3rd overall with one podium;
Formula Renault UK Championship - best result of 10th position

Formula Renault UK Winter Series - 12th overall, best result of fifth place;
Formula Renault BARC Championship - 4th overall, five podiums and four pole positions

Formula Renault UK Winter Series - 5th overall in the BARC Class, two podiums;
Formula Renault BARC Championship - first season of racing in the UK;
Formula BMW - one race at Bahrain International Circuit, second place

Thunder Arabia Middle East Championship – 5th overall, two wins and five podiums

Karting - selected Middle East events;
6th position in the 2005 Bahrain 25 Hour Red Bull Endurance Race - Braun Team;
3rd position in the 2006 Bahrain 25 Hour Red Bull Endurance Race - Thunder Arabia Team;
3rd position in the 2007 Bahrain 25 Hour Endurance Race - Almana9eer Racing Team

Although born in Britain, Menasheh actually grew up in the Kingdom of Bahrain and is one of the Middle East's most exciting young motor racing prospects. His association with motorsport began in 2003 in the ranks of karting and after two short years he made his car debut in the Thunder Arabia series, ending the campaign fifth overall and achieving two victories in the process.

At just 16-years-of-age, Menasheh made his first appearance on UK racetracks in 2007 when he graduated to the Formula Renault BARC Championship as the category's youngest competitor. In November of that year, and following a switch of teams, he claimed his first podium results with a brace of BARC Class rostrums in the Formula Renault UK Winter Championship. The following year he embarked on his second season in Formula Renault BARC and was instantly a championship front-runner with five podiums and four pole position starts, concluding the season a highly creditable fourth overall in the driver standings.

After another Winter Series appearance, this time in a full Formula Renault UK specification car, he stepped up to the hugely competitive national championship for the 2009 season. Joining the legendary Manor Competition team for the year-ending winter races, Menasheh was a fantastic third overall and also achieved his maiden Formula Renault UK podium finish.

Graduation to British Formula 3 came in 2010 and Menasheh quickly made headlines by winning the National Class title for T-Sport.