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Born                   10th November 2000

Nationality          German/British

Residence            Monaco

Languages           English, French,German,Italian                


Micah Stanley, a 23-year-old with British and German nationality, was born and raised in the prestigious Principality of Monaco. With a passion for racing, Micah has achieved remarkable success in the field of karting, accumulating over 9 years of experience.

In 2016, Micah had the opportunity to test for Sean Walkinshaw Racing (SWR) in the BRDC F3 car, showcasing his skills and potential. The following year, he made his mark in the European GT4 series, representing SWR in a Nissan 370Z and later joining Street Art Racing, where he piloted an Aston Martin Vantage.

Continuing his racing journey, 2018 saw Micah test the McLaren 570s with Pure McLaren, further expanding his repertoire. He also competed in the European GT4 Championship as part of Team GT, achieving a podium finish in Budapest.

In 2019, Micah's talent earned him a place with Academy Motorsport in the prestigious British GT Championship. As an official Aston Martin young driver, he showcased his prowess in the newly released Aston Martin Vantage GT4. Moreover, he had the opportunity to test for Bonaldi Motorsport, gaining valuable experience behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Super Trofeo.

Looking ahead to 2021, Micah's racing ambitions led him to join Team Redline Racing in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB. With his determination and skill, he is poised to make his mark in this renowned competition.

In 2022, Micah faced a challenging year while continuing his racing campaign with Redline Racing. Despite the difficulties, he remained determined and resilient in pursuit of his racing goals. Recognizing the need for a fresh start, Micah made a strategic decision for the 2023 season by joining Richardson Racing.

In 2023 Micah competed in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB and Benelux, during this year he achieved multiple podiums in both championships.


Career to Date

2004-2016: European, French and world karting championships 

2016: F3 with SWRacing 

2017: GT4 with SWRacing and Street art Racing 


2018: GT4 racing for TeamGT finishing P3 in the European series 


2019: GT4 with Academy Motorpsort & Super Trofeo with Bonaldi Motorsport 


2021: PCCGB finishing P2 with Redline Racing 

2022: PCCGB Redline Racing 

2023: PCCGB/PCCB with Richardson Racing 

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