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Csaba Kesjár was born on 9 February, 1962 in Budapest, Hungary, is a driver. Discover Csaba Kesjár's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 26 years old?

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Age 26 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 9 February, 1962
Birthday 9 February
Birthplace Budapest, Hungary
Date of death (1988-06-24)
Died Place Norisring, Nuremberg, Germany
Nationality Hungary

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Csaba Kesjár Net Worth

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In 1988, Kesjár continued his participation in the German Formula Three Championship with Horst Schübel Racing and a Volkswagen-powered Dallara. He accumulated a total of 33 championship points in the first six races of the season.

Kesjár was killed on 24 June 1988 at the Norisring street circuit in Nuremberg. The fatal accident occurred at the end of the first practice session for what would have been the 7th race of that year's German Formula Three Championship. The time had run out and Kesjár was only allowed to complete his ongoing lap. He approached the penultimate turn, the Dutzendteichkehre hairpin, but failed to negotiate it and crashed straight into the steel barrier at around 200 km/h (125 mph). The car broke through the steel barrier and two rows of tires, before it came to a halt in the nearby park. Kesjár's death was instantaneous. A marshal who saw the incident said that the driver did not make any attempts to brake and steer.


In 1987, Kesjár moved on to drive a Volkswagen-powered Dallara for Horst Schübel Racing in the German Formula Three Championship. Although his team-mate Bernd Schneider won the series that year, Kesjár was only classified 14th in the overall standings. He achieved his best race result by finishing fourth at the Österreichring, although he did manage to win a non-championship race at the Hockenheimring.

Hours after the 1987 Hungarian Grand Prix, Kesjár drove Zakspeed's Formula One car at the Hungaroring as part of a commercial endeavour. He completed three laps and thus became the first Hungarian to drive a Formula One car sixteen years prior to Zsolt Baumgartner becoming the country's first driver to actually start a Grand Prix.


In 1986, Kesjár drove for Walter Lechner Racing in the Austrian Formula Ford series and won the championship title in a Reynard-constructed car. He also became the Hungarian hillclimbing champion during the same year.


Kesjár moved on to participate in the Hungarian Formula Easter series between 1982 and 1985, winning four consecutive championship titles. During that time, he also participated in the international Cup of Peace and Friendship, winning the fifth and final race of the 1983 season.


Csaba Kesjár's father János and his grandfather were also racing drivers. He began to race go-karts in his native Hungary in 1975 and went on to become the national champion on several occasions.


Csaba Kesjár (9 February 1962, Budapest – 24 June 1988 at Norisring, Nuremberg) was a Hungarian racing driver.