Bári was already practicing Y turns in his father’s driving school when he was too young to properly reach the pedals. Later, he became a competitive basketball player and his two passions, cars and team sports, were combined in race car driving. He was a founding member of the first Hungarian Formula Student team; and was competing against the car building delegations of the world’s best universities as captain of the BME (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) Formula Racing Team between 2010 and 2012. The knowledge he gained he channelled into the 2012 season of WTCC as the race engineer of Gábor Wéber. After this, he led an e-car development project in Spain, from where he returned in 2014 to rejoin Wéber in the SEAT León Eurocup. The following year, he worked with Dusan Borkovic on his way to winning the European Touring Car Championship. As a technical director, he worked in the TCR International Series until the foundation of M1RA in 2017, where he’s now the team principal.
Boriszov became close friends with motorsport at the age of six, when he attended the go-kart school of János Kesjár in Budapest. He was paying attention not only to driving, but to the technical details as well. He started building remote controlled electric model cars, and became not only the Hungarian champion, but a silver medallist of the European Championship. He went on to study vehicle engineering at BME, where he applied for the local Formula Student team. He was first a mechanic, then engineer, and thanks to his go-kart experience he even performed as a driver himself. Between 2015-2016, he became captain of the team, which was ranked ninth in the world. In the meantime, he started working for Attila Tassi as data engineer in the TCR International Series and became one of the first members of the M1RA team in 2017. In the first season, he was the race engineer for Tassi, then for Dániel Nagy in 2018. From 2019, he has been working as the technical director.