Miguel Molina was born in Barcelona on 17 February 1989 and began competing in karts when he was seven years old. In 2005 he made his single-seater debut in Formula Renault trying his hand in the Spanish Formula 3 Championship the following year.He finished sixth in the championship standings that year, winning on his home track in Barcelona at the wheel of the car of Racing Engineering. In 2007 he competed in the World Series with Pons Racing notching up wins in Barcelona and Estoril and finishing seventh in the championship. The following year he moved to Formula 3.5 with Prema Powerteam where he bagged another two wins (the Nurburgring and Estoril) and finished fourth in the standings. As of 2010 he left single-seaters for covered wheel racing and the DTM. He drove Audis for various teams taking part in 87 races and winning three (at the Nürburgring in 2015, and Lausitzring and Hockenheim in 2016). He tasted GT competition for the first time competing in a number of Australian championship races with Jamec Pem Racing.In March 2017 he became an official Ferrari driver for GT competitions. He has an intense programme to look forward to, including eight of the nine races of the World Endurance Championship (WEC) in the GTE-Am class in the Ferrari 488 GTE of Spirit of Race. At the 24 hours of Le Mans he will drive the 488 GTE no. 71 in the GTE-Pro class with Davide Rigon and Sam Bird. He will also compete in the Blancpain Endurance Cup with the 488 GT3 of SMP Racing along with Rigon and Victor Shaytar.