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Gunther Huber

Gunther Huber, 1967. Copyright of Artur Fenzlau/Technisches Museum Wien (www.technischesmuseum.at). Used with permission as photo is available under a Creative Commons License, 2016.

Gunther Huber, 1967. Copyright of Artur Fenzlau/Technisches Museum Wien (www.technischesmuseum.at). Used with permission as photo is available under a Creative Commons License, 2016.

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Born:

1942
St. Polten

Nationality:

Austria

F2 starts:

2 (1968-1969)

Longtime sportscar driver, with the occasional touring car foray, mainly racing in either BMW's or Porsche's. He won the Spa 24 Hours in 1970. Still races in historic events and is a trained mechanical engineer. Huber still has business interests in the automobile industry. Gunther came to prominence by winning the 1967 Formula Vee Cup which propelled him into Formula 2. Although this didn't go wonderfully, Huber finished 2nd in his class in the 1969 European Touring Car Championship and was competitive in the series until 1971. He also took class wins at Monza and the Nurburgring. After a few races in 1972, Gunther retired from racing.

Biography last updated 7 Jun 2017