Maro Engel is a skilled racer, who has competed thrice in The Bathurst 12 Hour before this and never won the title. But this time around he emerged as a winner.
Maro Engel is known to be a skilled German professional racing driver, and he is the long-time Mercedes-AMG factor river. In particular, he has won the FIA GT World Cup Championship.
He has been racing in the Mercedes-AMG GT3 and the FIA Formula E championship at the current date.
Eagle has won multiple titles as he is the winner of the Nurburgring 24 hour, DTM race, Suzuka 10h hour, and Macau GT Cup. In addition, he had raced in the DTM, V8 Supercars, F3000, F3, and Formula E.
In 2021, Engel came second in the GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup, where he was the third in 2021 at ADAC GT Masters. Moreover, he had secured the second position in the 2018 FIA GT world cup.
For 2022, Maro Engel is one of the most competitive racers The Bathurst 12 Hour at the current date. Maro Engel has competed in the Bathurst 12 Hour thrice before 2022 The Bathurst 12 Hour.
Maro Engel had raced in the 2014 Bathurst 12 Hour and came seventh, where he did finish the race in 2016-2017 The Bathurst 12 Hour.
Maro Engel has years of experience in motor racing, where he has won multiple titles, including the FIA GT World Cup Championship, Nurburgring 24 hour, and the Macau GT Cup.
He has been racing in the Mercedes-AMG GT3 and the FIA Formula E Championship at the current date. According to The race.com, The Formula E racer earns around 750,000 euros as their average annual salary, whereas top racers earn 2.2million to 2.8 million.
His networth is estimated to be around $2 million. However, the estimated figure is yet to verify at the current date.
Maro Engel Career Life Explored
Maro Engel was born on August 27, 1985, and he is presently 36 years old, he was born in Munich, West Germany. He started his racing career by Karting in Germany and France from 1996 to 1999. Further, he came fourth in the 2000 European Junior Karting Championship.
He also raced in Formula BMW and finished third in the 2001 Junior Cup, where he also came eighth in Formula BMV ADAC the following years. Moreover, he had raced in Formula Three as a factor Opel driver in 2003.