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Sebastian Hohenthal was born on 5 November, 1984 in Mora, Sweden. At 36 years old, Sebastian Hohenthal height not available right now. We will update Sebastian Hohenthal's height soon as possible.

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Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 5 November 1984
Birthday 5 November
Birthplace Mora, Sweden
Nationality Swedish

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Sebastian Hohenthal Net Worth

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Timeline

2010

After his disappointing Formula Two campaign Hohenthal decided to retire from active driving, realizing that he would not be able to gather enough money to step up to Formula One or GP2, as he explained on his web site. He joined Hello Sweden, a company that supports young athletes and racing drivers, and set up his own Hohenthal Racing Academy which opened in May 2010.

2009

Hohenthal signed to drive for the relaunched FIA Formula Two Championship in 2009. He was aiming to emulate countryman Ronnie Peterson, who won the European F2 championship in 1971, and drove car number two. Sadly for Hohenthal, the results did not materialise as he only finished in the points twice – both races at Donington Park – as he finished sixteenth in the championship.

2007

Hohenthal continued his partnership with Fortec in the British Formula Three Championship for 2007, taking a win at Brands Hatch and a pole position at Thruxton en route to ninth place in the championship. He remained with Fortec in the championship for 2008 and won another race at Rockingham, but withdrew from the series after the Spa races, when it became apparent that he could not compete for the drivers' championship.

2006

He also competed in one round of the Asian Formula Renault Challenge in 2006, not scoring any points.

2005

For 2005, Hohenthal moved up to the British Formula Renault Championship with the Fortec Motorsport team. He finished in fourth place in his first season in the category, and then returned to win the series in 2006, taking five pole positions and seven wins from the championship's twenty races in the course of doing so.

2004

This was a precursor to a full-time entry in the main 2004 series, in which he finished third in the championship. He also finished in this position in that year's Formula Ford Festival at the Brands Hatch circuit, setting fastest lap in the process.

2001

Hohenthal stepped up to formula racing in 2001, driving in the local Nordic and Swedish Formula Ford championships. In 2003, driving for rally driver Stig Blomqvist's team, he won both titles. In the same year, he moved to the United Kingdom racing scene to drive for the Nexa Racing team. His first racing in this country was the British Formula Ford Championship's Winter Series, which he also won.

1995

Hohenthal competed in kart racing from 1995 to 2000. During this period he won the Dalacupen Formula Micro in 1996, the Tom Trana Trophy ICA Junior in 1999, and both the Nordic and Swedish ICA Junior championships in 2000.

1984

Sebastian Hohenthal (born 5 November 1984 in Mora) is a former racing driver from Sweden.