NEWS

HABSBURG HAS MOST SUCCESSFUL DTM WEEKEND TO DATE

DTM rookie Ferdinand Habsburg (AUT) piloted the #62 R-Motorsport Aston Martin Vantage DTM car to its second top-ten finish of the season in race one at the Norisring this weekend. In race two, he narrowly missed out on the points by just one position making it his most successful DTM weekend to date.

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von Habsburg shows potential on DTM debut

Austrian racing driver Ferdinand von Habsburg made his DTM debut this weekend, when the 2019 series kicked off at the Hockenheimring in Germany. The 21-year old rookie was impressed with R-Motorsport’s competitiveness with the new Aston Martin Vantage DTM car and showed a glimpse of the potential this season could bring. 

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HABSBURG RISES TO DTM RANKS

Rising star Ferdinand Habsburg (AUT) has been called-up to race the new-for-2019 Aston Martin Vantage DTM car under the license of Aston Martin with R-Motorsport, as the Swiss team takes on its debut season in the world-famous DTM series.

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HABSBURG SHOWS HEART IN HOME RACE

Ferdinand Habsburg (AUT) proved his maturity and determination in front of a home crowd this weekend, as he took points and put on a passionate drive in each of the three FIA F3 European Championship races at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria.

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HABSBURG DANCES HIS WAY TO THE PODIUM IN THE RAIN

The seventh round of the 2018 FIA European F3 Championship took place in Misano this weekend and practice began under the scorching hot Italian sun. But, the rain arrived on Saturday, creating the ideal conditions for Habsburg to bounce-back after a hard-fought first half of his 2018 season.

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TOP-FIVE FINISH FOR HABSBURG IN ZANDVOORT

Ferdinand Habsburg visited Zandvoort for the fourth round of the FIA F3 European Championship this weekend and came away with championship points after two top-ten finishes comprising fifth place and seventh place results.

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HABSBURG: “A RACE WIN IS NOW IN REACH”

Ferdinand Habsburg came away from a challenging weekend at Norisring and, despite missing out on the podium, feels that the weekend was a turning point in his season and that “qualifying performance must improve in order to race at the front”.

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