Not only are these successful individuals and celebrities across motorsports,
but brand loyalists and individuals that Automobilist
has closely worked with and found support from in all endeavours.
THE HEROES OF OUR BRAND
SIR JACKIE STEWART
Known as the 'Flying Scot', Jackie competed in F1 between 1965 and 1973 and won 3x the World Drivers' Championship. Also, he is currently the oldest living F1 winner.
Mick is an Australian former GP motorcycle racer, who won 5 consecutive 500 cc World Championships from 1994 to 1998, and is also a member of the Order of Australia.
Known as 'DC', David competed during 15 seasons in F1, from 1994 to 2008, conquering 13 GP victories and 62 podium finishes. Also, he is a Member of the British Empire.
PAUL DI RESTA
Paul is an active racing driver from Scotland, he competes in the FIA World Endurance Championship. In addition, he also competed in F1 between 2011 and 2013.
André is an active racing driver for TAG Heuer Porsche in FIA FE Championship. In addition, he also conquered 3 victories in 24h Le Mans and the title of FIA WEC in 2012.
Alexander is an Austrian former racing driver, who competed in F1 from 1997 to 2007, and also won the 24h Le Mans twice first in 1996 and then in 2009.
Jérôme is a Belgian former racing driver and current Team Principal of Venturi Racing in Formula E. In addition, he won the the ePRix 3x - in Berlin, Mexico City and Marrakech.
Alex is a Brazilian former motorcycle racer who won 4 races of the 500cc Championship, 3 races of the MotoGP and 1 race in the Superbike World Championship.
Heikki is an active racer from Finland currently competing in Rally. He also raced in F1 from 2007 to 2013, conquering a victory at the 2008 Hungarian GP.
Karun is a former racing driver from India, he competed in Formula E in 2014 and in F1 in 2010. In addition, Karun is also a member of the FIA Drivers' Commission.
Bernd is a former racing driver, he competed in the 24h Le Mans in 1999 and has been the the safety car driver for all in F1 races since 2000.
PEDRO DE LA ROSA
Pedro is a Spanish former F1 driver who participated in 107 Grands Prix. He debuted in F1 in 1999 and conquered a podium finish at the 2006 Hungarian GP.