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.
The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve hosted the second round of the 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship season last weekend. Bullet Athlete Ferdinand Habsburg alongside Robin Frijns and Charles Milesi had a strong run throughout the entire race resulting in Team WRT’s maiden points in the FIA WEC.
After two years without a home race, Ferdinand Habsburg returned to the Red Bull Ring last weekend for the second round of the 2021 European Le Mans Championship.
The opening round of the 2021 European Le Mans Series season took place last weekend in Barcelona.
“Drive Fast, Act Faster“ is a campaign initiated by Ferdinand Habsburg and Green Future Project, with the support of Algarve Pro Racing to address sustainability in his racing and the motorsport world. This will be done by offsetting his and APR’s carbon emissions and supporting nature-based solutions in South America. The vision is for “Drive Fast, Act Faster” to gain traction among other teams and championships, and for them to collectively reshape the future of motorsport, as an industry response to the reality of the climate crisis.