Finn Gehrsitz

Finn Gehrsitz



Finn Gehrsitz is a German racing driver who made history at 16 years old as the youngest competitor to race in the Michelin Le Mans Cup. 

Key Stats




Stuttgart, Germany


25th September

Favourite circuit

Paul Ricard

Racing career

Finn Gehrsitz started karting at five years old, inspired by his father’s penchant for rally driving. What started as a hobby quickly became a passion for the young German, fuelled by an innate love of speed.

In 2020, Finn made the transition from karting to racing, kicking off his career with two wins in the Porsche Super Sports Cup.

The following year, Gehrsitz signed with Phoenix Racing to contend the Michelin Le Mans Cup (LMP3). His debut race with the team in Barcelona 2021 made it into the history books, with Gehrsitz becoming the youngest ever driver to contend the championship.

In March 2022, Finn Gehrsitz was announced as part of the driver line-up for United Autosports in the 2022 European Le Mans Series (LMP3).

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Finn looks to be a real talent based on his previous successes.

Career Highlights

// In 2021, Finn became the youngest ever driver to contest the Michelin Le Mans Cup

// Claimed second place at the 2022 4 Hours of Le Castellet race (LMP3 class) on his debut with United Autosports 

// Selected to take place in the 2022 Bahrain Official Rookie Test by the FIA World Endurance Championship

Head in the game: Finn Gehrsitz at Paul Ricard in 2021, driving in the European Le Mans Series LMP3 class for United Autosports

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Driving for United Autosports has become a dream come true



In 2022, Finn Gehrsitz raced in the European Le Mans Series (LMP3 class) for United Autosports, teaming up with Bailey Voisin and Josh Caygill in the #2 car.

The debut trio had a great start to the season at Paul Ricard, crossing the line in third place before being promoted to second place after a post-race disqualification for Inter Europol (read the race report). At the final round of the season in Portimao, the car #2 crew returned to the podium with another P2 finish

Podium celebrations: Finn Gehrsitz celebrating on the podium at the European Le Mans Series 2021 opening round in Paul Ricard, before being promoted to second place

personal life

When he’s not in the driver’s seat, Finn can be found enjoying the great outdoors near his hometown of Stuttgart - whether cycling, boxing or skiing. He also enjoys cooking, although a team challenge at Monza suggested his pizza tossing skills need some work. Watch the video.