We need to support young people - they are the future. This is the clear and logical motto of Hungaroring. On long terms it is really important for a racing track to train successful car- and motor racers and to endear this sport to young people and have them as future fans.
The team of Hungaroring believes that children need role models. We think that everyday heroes were, are and will always be needed. They are the good examples for young people. The role models of Hungaroring are racing drivers, of course.
Michelisz Norbert is one of the most famous Hungarian sportsmen. He won the “Most Popular Sportsman of the Year” price in the last 3 years on the Sport Stars Gala. 70-80.000 fans visit the World Touring Car Championship at the Hungaroring each year - just because of him. This means that he is the perfect sportsman for propagating our programs.
Michelisz races at one of the most popular auto racing series. He wins races and steps on the podium. If he speaks - people listen. Norbi is the face of our Driving Centre.
Bús Edina represents the ladies. She is a true role model for the youth. She is a multiple champion at the Lotus Ladies Cup and she also tested her speed at other championships - with success. It is no exaggeration to say: Edina is the best female racing driver in Hungary and she can cope with men as well!
We also chose a successful sportsman from among the Hungarian motor racers. He is Gyutai Adrián, who is the winner of the Alpok Adria Superbike Series and a Hungarian champion. His motto is: “Racing is not just a sport; it's a way of life..."
His commitment and humility can be a good example for everyone.
Számadó Máté follows the example of Adrián. Máté practically learned how to motor race at Hungaroring. In spite of the fact that he is only 10 year old, he is successful in the 50 cc category.