Like many of his compatriots, Bailey took his first steps into motorsport through karting, initially in France where he obtained the FFSA Volant d’Or, before transferring his license to the British MSA in 2016. In 2017 he won the Junior Rotax Midlands championship and in 2018 raced in the SuperOne British Karting Championship.
In his 2019 Ginetta Junior rookie season, he improved constantly throughout the year, finishing with a podium at the final round at Brands Hatch.
The 2020 Ginetta Junior season was delayed by the pandemic but started with a victory in the first race of the season, the first of seven overall. Bailey led the overall Championship for the majority of the season, only losing out in a winner-takes-all shoot-out in the final race of the season but helped secure the Teams’ Championship for R Racing.
For 2021 he joined United Autosports to compete in the European GT4 Championship securing the overall Driver and Team Championships. He additionally was awarded the Sean Edwards Award for best young international driver, was invited to join the BRDC “Rising Stars” programme and UK Motorsports “Futures” programme.
The 2022 season sees Bailey stayng with United Autosports but moving up to the European Le Mans series driving a Ligier JS P320 LMP3.
The ELMS Championship is part of the Le Mans Endurance pyramid, has global reach and substantial media and supporter following.
Bailey has A-level Physics, Maths & French is bi-lingual French/English.