Racing driver, Timo Bernhard, is one of the world's most successful sports car drivers. As a
"Few people know that I'm not only an active racing driver, but also have my own motorsport team. I founded the team in 2010, together with my father, Rüdiger. Why did I do that? Because I wanted to realise a dream and share my considerable professional experience with talented drivers. But of course we also pursue long-term objectives, in order to make our team even more successful. Together with
Timo Bernhard can look back at a long list of achievements. The World Championship title in the 2015 WEC, victories in all major long-distance races: 24h of Le Mans and 24h of Daytona, 12h of Sebring and at Nürburgring, where he even recorded five overall victories in the 24-hour race.
"Issues such as team spirit, success and continuous development have always been part of my career. These are the values of the
Timo Bernhard won his first championship title in the Youth Karting Slalom aged just ten and became German Junior Karting Champion four years later. In 1999, he joined the
"The atmosphere within a team also forms the basis for long-term success. In KÜS Team 75 Bernhard, our values are firmly embedded in our logo and team name: the number 75 represents the year 1975 when my father began his racing career and the entire family therefore became involved in motorsport. As team boss, my father now shares his vast knowledge with our team in the pit lane, while my mother, Scholli, takes care of the organisational tasks, such as the hotels for the crew, for example. Teamwork is very important to me, because as a racing driver, I know only too well that motorsport isn't a one-man show. As well as being highly skilled, every member of our team must also have the right character. The
Although there's no hint of an end to his active racing career, Timo Bernhard from Saarpfalz has made provisions. He can continue his successful career with his own team. Because in order to guide a team, you sometimes have to relinquish control.