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The two sides of a thoroughbred racer

Porsche works driver Kévin Estre and his wife Carolin stand on the edge of a parcel of land in the small Austrian town of Höchst.

“We’re expecting a child in July, so we’re hoping to move from our apartment into our new home next year,” explains the 31-year-old Frenchman. “We’re having a boy, so it’s on the cards that he’ll follow in the footsteps of my grandfather, my father and me to become another racing driver.” Motorsport runs deep in the veins of the Estre family. Jean Claude Estre still runs the Formula Motorsport squad in France. “After graduating from high school in France, I worked as a member of my family team for about five years. That proved to be a formative phase in my life,” says Kévin Estre. I got my lorry license and worked as the team trucker and mechanic. I cleaned the rims and did many other jobs. Through this I gained an insight into all the processes. That still helps me today when it comes to teamwork, he explains. “We’re having a boy, so it’s on the cards that he’ll follow in the footsteps of my grandfather, my father and me to become another racing driver.” Motorsport runs deep in the veins of the Estre family. Jean Claude Estre still runs the Formula Motorsport squad in France. “After graduating from high school in France, I worked as a member of my family team for about five years. That proved to be a formative phase in my life,” says Kévin Estre. I got my lorry license and worked as the team trucker and mechanic. I cleaned the rims and did many other jobs. Through this I gained an insight into all the processes. That still helps me today when it comes to teamwork, he explains.

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May 28, 2020 at 09:35

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