“I’m passionate about motor racing. My years in the cockpit have taught me all about fighting, and I’ve achieved some success along the way as a result. But more than anything, I’ve also learned to see myself as part of a whole.
Motor racing is a team sport, and my experience has made me into a driver, who respects his team and his car and can motivate the people around him through his achievements. When I get into the car, I aim to win and do the best for myself and the team. Those are my goals.”
|12.09 – 13.09 2020||Nascar Whelen Euro Series||Vallelunga (Italy)|
|03.10 – 04.10 2020||Nascar Whelen Euro Series||Zolder (Belgium)|
|17.10 – 18.10 2020||Nascar Whelen Euro Series||Hockenheimring (Deutschland)|
|07.11 – 08.10 2020||24 Hours of Zolder||Zolder (Belgium)|
|14.11 – 15.11 2020||Nascar Whelen Euro Series||Most (Czech Republic)|
|05.12 – 06.12.2020||Nascar Whelen Euro Series||Tormo (Spain)|
12. – 13.09.2020 - Nascar Whelen Euro Series - Vallelunga (Italy)
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As a person and athlete, I want to live responsibility and passion in my actions. Values such as social responsibility and a sense of duty as well as the ambition to give always the best.
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