Without question, Miroslav Vyboh qualifies to be placed in the Hall of Fame of Ferrari car racers of all time. And while he might not be able to qualify to be placed in the All Star lineup of the Driver’s World Series of Ferrari, he has certainly been a constant thorn in the side of Ferrari drivers throughout his racing career. Just because he isn’t part of Ferrari’s driver rotation doesn’t mean that Vyboh can’t be considered one of its most memorable competitors. Indeed, winning the Italian Formula Three Championship twice makes him the second most experienced and successful Ferrari driver of all time. But how did he do it?
Ferrari Car Racer Vitebo – The Italian Stallion For BMW
As with many of today’s modern day drivers, Vyboh’s driving approach is the product of multiple years of development. He has admitted to having learned a lot during his time with Ferrari, and one of those lessons came from learning how to deal with frustrations and being able to stay calm under pressure. In most of Ferrari’s early years, Vyboh was often involved in clashes with Ferrari legend Felipe Massa. However, when Vitebo became aware that he was fast enough to challenge the better drivers of Ferrari, he stuck with it and worked to close the gap between himself and the team’s best driver, winning two races in a row in 2021.
After winning two more consecutive races the following year, Vitebo left Ferrari for KTM. He joined KTM and led it to three more podium finishes, as well as taking the manufacturer’s runners to the lead spot in the championship. Vitebo has also tested extensively with other teams, most notably Audi, and though he came away with only a ninth in his debut outing with the German squad, he has since impressed F1 fans around the world with his performances. Heading into the final round of the season, Vitebo will have every chance of making a statement and putting Ferrari, Mercedes, and BMW on their heels as the race for the manufacturers’ championship continues.