Born: 7. December 2000., Debrecen, Hungary
Occupation: racing driver
Height: 175 cm (5 ft 9 in)
Weight: 58 kg
Debut season: 2014
Current team: Team VRS
Car no.: 7
Member of Audi Sport racing academy
Unlike many other drivers, Keszthelyi didn’t train from early childhood, had never taken part in races nor did she have any experience with cars in general. She started racing in the Touring Car category. Her first international race at Hungaroring brought her first place in the female rating, second place among juniors and third place among seniors. At her first race of OXXO Motorsport she was the fastest female competitor at Ko-Mi Cup, and finished in 4th place in the junior category. This was her 5th time sitting in a race car.
In 2014, Keszthelyi competed in the Swift Cup Europe series with a special license. In the junior category she finished 3rd and in 6th place overall. Suzuki Cup Austria’s promoter invited her to a race, where she finished 4th in the adult men’s field. In 2015, she competed in the Swift Cup Europe series, finishing 3rd overall, 2nd in junior and 1st in ladies.
In 2016, Keszthelyi competes in the hungarian championship of FIA Central European Zone Trophy. She started the first racing weekend with two podiums. In June at Pannónia Ring she won all three races in her own category with two second and one third place finish in the overall ranking.In this weekend she achieved her 50th podium finish in her 50th race. In August at Slovakiaring she won twice in her category and finished twice 2nd in overall, moreover she won the endurance race. In September at Brno Masaryk Circuit she won twice in her category and in overall, running the fastest laps in both races. On the endurance race she won in her category and finished second overall. On this race weekend she won the hungarian championship title in the -2000 category with three races still left from the season. On the last race weekend of the season she won all three sprint races plus the endurance race in her category at Hungaroring. With this she achieved her 60th podium finish on her 60th race. Among them are 25 wins.
In 2017, she started racing in Audi Sport TT Cup. She was unlucky during the first two rounds as she struggled with technical problems and crashes in the strong international field. She scored her first points with her 8th place finish on the second race of round three at Norisring. On the fourth round at Zandvoort she finished the first race in 11th and the second race in 12 th position respectively and scored further 16 points.On the 5th round of the series at Nürburgring she was 9th on the first race but did not finish on the second due to a crash.Two weeks later at Red Bull Ring she scored 9 points with finishing 10th on the first race. On the season ending weekend at Hockenheim she finished 8th and 12th respectively in the last two races and finished the championship on 13th position with 65 points.
From her first car racing salary she immidiately offered for charitable purposes.
Her choice were an internationally well known and acknowledged foundation and a Hungarian based one. Thus she is a personal sponsor of Hungarian National Committee for UNICEF and the sport ambassador of Smile Foundation (Mosoly Alapítvány).
She also loves animals, therefore she adopted a white tiger and a panda at WWF to call attention to the endangered animal species.
Besides car racing, Vivien plays piano and loves horse-riding.