Ferdinand Habsburg adds European Le Mans Series to his 2022 calendar, joining junior single-seater royalty Prema Racing in their first season of endurance racing.
Bullet Athlete Ferdinand Habsburg continued his 2022 trophy haul at the Sebring International Raceway following his third-place finish at the Rolex 24 earlier this year, by claiming another P3 at the 1000 Miles of Sebring last weekend.
Ferdinand Habsburg remains with Team WRT to defend his FIA World Endurance LMP2 and Le Mans titles in 2022. The Austrian will share the car with ELMS Pro-Am Champion Rui Andrade and Le Mans podium finisher Norman Nato.
Bullet Sports Management’s Rui Andrade and Ferdinand Habsburg have finished P3 in LMP2 at the Rolex 24 at Daytona with Tower Motorsport
Bullet Athletes Ferdinand Habsburg and Rui Andrade team up for Rolex 24h at Daytona assault sharing the #8 Tower Motorsport LMP2 car at the 60th running of the iconic race.
Ferdinand Habsburg together with his teammates Robin Frijns and Charles Milesi took a storming win at the season finale in Bahrain to secure his maiden world champion title in his first season in endurance racing.
Ferdinand Habsburg takes second consecutive FIA World Endurance Championship race win in Bahrain to take the lead in the LMP2 classification
Ferdinand Habsburg wrapped up his first ELMS season in style, claiming a hard-fought podium finish on Algarve Pro Racing’s home turf.
When Ferdinand decided to enter his first season in the World Endurance Championship, fulfilling his childhood dream of racing in Le Mans, his choice fell immediately on Team WRT. Following their shared success in DTM, it was a no-brainer for the Austrian to choose Vincent Vosse’s team. Paired with Robin Frijns and Charles Milesi, the #31 car became one of the most exciting lineups on the grid.
The FIA World Endurance Championship visited the Autodromo Internazionale di Monza for the first time last weekend, rounding up a back-to-back race weekend in the Temple of Speed for Bullet Athlete Ferdinand Habsburg.