Fifteen years old Vivien Keszthelyi won seven trophys and the hungarian championship title in the -2000 division last weekend in Brno on the races of the Central-European Zone Trophy. The only hungarian member of the Audi Sport Racing Academy was racing first time on the Masaryk Circuit during her carreer.
Vivien Keszthelyi did an oustanding performance during the weekend among the populous international field and won the acknowledgment of the hungarian and the foreign experts.
The youngest member of the Audi Sport Racing Academy won both sprint races in her category and in overall, moreover the fastest laps in these races were also ran by her. On the endurance race she finished first in her category and second in the overall ranking.
The young driver of Team VRS had imposing results so far and after the last weekend she has 56 podium finishes on 56 races with 21 wins among it. Vivien Keszthelyi won the hungarian championship title in her category in Brno with three races still left from the season. The last race weekend will be held on Hungaroring in October.
To reach these results Vivien Keszthelyi needed the important and indispensable support from the Hungarian National Autosport Association (MNASZ) which gave her a special permission to start in the Central-European Zone Trophy at the age of 15.
„It was a fantastic weekend and I’m more than happy that I achieved strong results in a circuit where I have been never before. Many thanks for the members of my team, Team VRS, for the experts of Audi Sport and for the many supporters, among them especially for the hungarians who visited the races in Brno this weekend” – said Vivien Keszthelyi.
The young driver will have some media and television activities this week and then travel to Austria where the next Audi Sport Racing Academy meeting will be held on the Red Bull Ring. After that she will travel back to Hungary for the Budapest DTM weekend at Hungaroring, where the fans can meet her.