RACED IN: ELMS - LMP3
Bailey Voisin is an Anglo-Swiss racing driver who won the GT4 European Championship with United Autosports in 2021.
Bailey started karting when he was 12 years old, encouraged by the ventures of his younger brother Callum who was already out on track. Racing soon became a serious pursuit for the brothers, who now both compete professionally.
After three years of competitive karting, Voisin took his place in the Ginetta Junior Winter Championship 2019, earning his first racing podium at the Brands Hatch round.
In 2020, Bailey came third in the 2020 Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship, clinching seven race wins and a further six podiums out of 21 rounds – plus eight pole positions and nine fastest laps.
Bailey Voisin signed with United Autosports to contend the Silver Cup in the 2021 GT4 European Series- doing so successfully, winning both the driver and team championships with teammate Charlie Fagg. Following his GT4 success, Bailey was named as a BRDC Rising Star – an accolade awarded to Lewis Hamilton in 2000.
In 2022, Bailey raced with United Autosports in the European Le Mans Series LMP3 class – celebrating on the podium at Paul Ricard and Portimao with co-drivers Josh Caygill and Finn Gehrsitz.
Welcoming Bailey back to the team after his brilliant GT4 season last year is something I’m really happy about.
// Won the Silver Cup in the 2021 European GT4 Championship with United Autosports
// Named a BRDC Rising Star in 2021
// Claimed second place in the 2022 4 Hours of Le Castellet with United Autosports
Two wins at Monza is pretty special.
GT4 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2021
In 2021, Bailey Voisin won the Silver Cup in the GT4 European Championship with United Autosports, racing in the McLaren 570S GT4. Together with co-driver Charlie Fagg, Voisin achieved six podiums including three wins over 12 races, plus three pole position starts.
The duo secured the Silver Teams Championship at the penultimate round at the Nurburgring, before going on to take home the Silver Drivers’ Championship in the series finale at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Read the race report.
Bailey lives in Switzerland with his family, including brother and fellow racing driver Callum. He is bi-lingual, speaking fluent French and English, and when he’s not racing, he enjoys cycling, swimming and skiing.