Ferdinand Habsburg1997-06-21 (age 25)
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Ferdinand Habsburg feels he has ‘paid off his debts’ from Le Mans to the WRT squad by leading it to LMP2 victory in Sunday’s World Endurance Championship race at Monza.
Le Mans 24 Hours class winner Ferdinand Habsburg has launched plans for what he is calling the first fan-owned and run sportscar team for next year’s World Endurance Championship.
Ferdinand Habsburg says WRT ‘widened the eyes’ of its rivals by winning the LMP2 title in its first year of competition in the World Endurance Championship.
Belgian squad WRT has “surprised everyone” by challenging for the LMP2 title in its maiden season in the FIA World Endurance Championship, according to Ferdinand Habsburg.
WRT admits it has “some regrets” about failing to convert pole position into a maiden FIA World Endurance Championship victory in only its third attempt at Monza.
During his racing career, Ferdinand Habsburg's eyes have been opened to the waste humanity produces and leaves behind. He explains what he's doing to counteract that through his new Drive Fast, Act Faster initiative that aims to protect one of the world's most biodiverse forests
Ferdinand Habsburg stayed on top of the timesheets on the third day of DTM pre-season testing at the Nurburgring on Wednesday, leading a 1-2-3 finish for Audi
WRT Audi driver Ferdinand Habsburg led the timesheets for the second day of DTM pre-season testing at the Nurburgring on Tuesday
R-Motorsport Aston Martin team principal Florian Kamelger says Misano race-winner Marco Wittmann demonstrated Ferdinand Habsburg's DTM inexperience, after the rookie fell down the order late on due to tyre wear
The R-Motorsport Aston Martin squad has completed its line-up for the 2019 DTM season by signing Dani Juncadella and Ferdinand Habsburg