Max (Maximilian) Fewtrell is a British racing driver, member of the Renault Sport Academy and 2016 British F4 champion. He competed in the 2020 FIA Formula 3 Championship for Hitech Grand Prix alongside Kiwi Liam Lawson and Norwegian Dennis Hauger, having driven for ART Grand Prix in the 2019 season.
Born in 1999 in Birmingham and started karting at the age of 10. In 2015, he graduated to single seaters, partaking in the MRF Challenge where he finished 11th.
The following year he joined Carlin for a campaign in British F4and he took three victories and claimed the championship in the final race at Brands Hatch.
In December 2016, Fewtrell was named as part of Tech 1 Racing’s driver line-up for the 2017 seasons of Formula Renault 2.0. He won race at Red Bull Ring on his way to the rookies’ title and the sixth place in the drivers’ championship.
The following year, Fewtrell switched to reigning team champions Race GP. Achieving six wins, including becoming the first driver since Nyck de Vries to claim a double victory across a two-race weekend at Hockenheim, and six pole positions, Fewtrell claimed the title in the season finale after a season-long battle with fellow Renault junior Christian Lundgaard.
Fewtrell partook in the post-season test with ART Grand Prix.
In January 2019, Fewtrell joined the championship with ART Grand Prix, alongside Christian Lundgaard and David Beckmann.
He finished his season in 10th place after scoring 57 points and finishing on the podium twice, in Austria and at the Hungaroring, both being second-place finishes.
In February 2017, Fewtrell was named as part of the Renault Sport Academy’s 2017 line-up.
He will pursue a sit in F2 in 2022 and a seat in F1 in 2023.