A native of Mumbai, India, Jehan was born on 1 October 1998 and started out in karting at the age of 13 after placing inside the top three of the ‘One in a Billion Hunt’ initiative, led by former Formula One team, Force India.
Jehan tasted his first single-seater victory at the Hungaroring in 2016 and soon started fighting for championships, finishing as the vice champion of the Toyota Racing Series behind Lando Norris.
Following two successful seasons in European Formula 3, Jehan stepped up to FIA Formula 3 in 2019 and emerged as a key title contender in a breakout season, marked by two wins, seven podiums, and 12 top-10 finishes in 16 starts.
This attracted the attention of Red Bull Racing, and with their support, Jehan stepped up onto the F1 support bill in 2020, competing in Formula 2.
In four seasons in Formula 2, Jehan has forged a respected reputation as a fearless competitor, and with four wins and 18 podiums, is set to take a seamless next step by graduating to Formula E.