Rob Huff

Rob Huff

Robert “Rob” Peter Huff is a British racing driver.

Rob currently competes in the FIA World Touring Car Cup for Sébastien Loeb’s Volkswagen team, in addition to recent spells in the British and Chinese championships as a global touring car specialist, with the 2012 FIA World Touring Car Championship title his greatest achievement to-date.

Rob has competed in over 300 world touring car races, and is a record holder at the famous Guia Race of Macau, where he was won the event a record-breaking nine times, and holds the lap record for a front-wheel drive touring car at the challenging street track.

He attended St Faith’s School from 1987 to 1993 and The Leys School, Cambridge, from 1993 to 1996, and had a long junior career in karting. In 2000, he won the Formula Vauxhall championship, and class B of the 2001 Ethyl MG Championship (also finishing as runner-up in this series in 2000). In 2003, he won the SEAT Cupra Championship in his first year of competition, earning himself a factory drive with SEAT Sport in the 2004 British Touring Car Championship, before moving up to the World Championship a year later with Chevrolet.

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