Alexandre Impretario started racing in Karts at an age when most kids start school - four. At 7, he was out there competing in the French Karting Championships and in the European championships, he was undoubtedly the best French driver around. By 1993, when he started off in the Karting championships, he was already a professional.
In 2002, he won the French Karting Championships. In 2003, he moved into the Formula Campus series where he, for the first time in his career, experienced the thrill of single-seater racing. A strong year with many memorable performances saw him rise to the next level, that of the Formula Renault series, in Asia. In 2004, his debut season, he won at Zhuhai and in the following year, he started ARC, an organization based out of China that would provide instructions on driving to European Drivers.
In 2006, Alexandre was still there and thereabouts in the Asian Formula Renault series and he won the Chinese Formula Renault Championship and came second overall in the Asian Series. Runner-up again in 2007, he tested for the World Series as well as drove for the A1 Team Switzerland in the A1 Grand Prix round at Zhuhai.
Crazy about mountain biking, Alexandre will be representing Switzerland for the second year in the A1 Grand Prix championships and with a limited number of runs for the 2008-09 season, he will be hoping to make a larger impact on the sport.