Vivien Keszthelyi, the only hungarian member of Audi Sport Racing Academy won all three sprint races in her category on 9th October at Hungaroring where the last round of the hungarian touring car championship was held. The young driver said goodbye to Hungaroring and to the hungarian championship with these successes.
The 15 years old driver of Team VRS won the morning qualification with a big advantage in D-2000 category and then won the first, the second and the third sprint race in a confident style with the Audi TT Cup Racer. At the end of the day she finished first in her category and third overall on the endurance race which was the last race of the season.
The youngest member of Audi Sport Racing Academy finished an era with this weekend because the spectators saw her last time in Hungary for a while racing with the Audi TT Cup Racer. The car surely won’t race for one year in Hungary, because this is the only TT Cup Racer in the world what wasn’t used in TT Cup, and Audi won’t give any other driver or team a similar car for next year outside TT Cup.
Vivien Keszthelyi will be 16 years old in December so she will get the chance to race in a series which is the hardest at her age. Beside this it could happen that she will drive in some races of the CEZ Trophy or TCR-series with another car, but the race calendar of these series should not cross the main aims.
Vivien Keszthelyi raced in 2016 at the highest level and with the strongest car possible at her age and she won the hungarian championship in D-2000 category, showed her skills against more powerful cars and learned a lot about the TT Cup Racer and about the Hankook tyre which was chosen at the start of the season.
The 15 years old driver of Team VRS travelled to Germany after the race weekend at Hungaroring, because she was in duty at Nürburgring int he actual programmes of the Audi Sport Racing Academy.