Daniel Morad won his first event, in 2000, at the World Karting Association, where he was the Yamaha Supercan Grand National winner. In 2001, Morad further established himself in kart racing by winning the Toronto Kart Club Junior Light championship, and also the Ontario Kart Racing Association, Junior Light championship.
This was followed by three consecutive Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting championship wins, with the first two in Canada Junior (Honda) category, in 2002 and 2003 and the third in Formula Junior(80cc shifter) category, in 2004. The following year, Morad kept up his winning streak and bagged the ASN Canadian National championship, in Formula Senior(ICC). Following this, Morad was selected into the Sunoco Team Ultra 94, with whom he competed in the 2006 Bridgestone Racing Series.
In 2006, Morad won the Rookie of the Year in the Formula BMW USA championship, and in the Formula BMW World Final, held in Valencia, Spain, he finished an impressive 4th, overall. In the Bridgestone Racing Series, Morad made the most of the opportunity and bagged the championship title.
In the year 2007, Morad conquered the Formula BMW USA championship, with 6 race wins, and in the Formula BMW World Final, held once again in Spain, he won two heat races. Morad made his A1 GP debut, with A1 Team Canada, where he participated in the ‘Rookie-only’ practice session, held in Round-7, in Durban, South Africa, in the month of February.