Swiss-born Hugo De Sadeleer has proven himself as a thrilling young talent. After cementing his driving foundations in single-seaters - picking up various victories and podiums on the way - Hugo turned to endurance racing.

2017 was a remarkable year for the driver. He made debut in the European Le Mans Series with United Autosports, and he and his team-mates finished second in the championship standings. The success continued to the 24 Hours of Le Mans where a respectable fourth place was earned. His results hadn’t gone unnoticed and Hugo was named Rookie of the Year in the European Le Mans Series.

Last year saw more action at the sharp end for Hugo. He went one better by claiming a podium at the historic 24 Hours of Le Mans, and finished fourth in the 24 Hours of Daytona.

Following on from his recent success, Hugo has moved to the Asian Le Mans Series, while also competing in the ADAC GT Masters.

"We are excited to welcome Hugo to our niche group of drivers. Hugo has a great blend of raw speed and endurance racing experience that we’re really keen to nurture. We have several options open for 2019 and look forward to announcing his plans very soon."



2018 24 Hours of Le Mans Podium Finish

2017 ELMS LMP2 Vice-Champion

2017 ELMS Rookie of the Year

2017 Sports Car Debut

2012 Single Seater Debut