The Drivers


Nationality: Omani
Date of birth: April 17th, 1998

AlFaisal began racing in BRDC British F4 in 2015 and claimed one podium finish and was placed fourth in the Autumn Trophy. He went on to finish 12th in the 2016 BRDC British F3 Championship with Fortec Motorsport.

The Omani began to forge a successful early career in GT racing and, after a winter testing programme, he took part in the 2017 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East, finishing fifth in the overall standings and clinching Rookie and Silver category success in his debut season in GT racing.

He went on to secure back-to-back titles in the 2018 and 2019 Porsche BWT GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East with a Porsche 911 GT3 run by Austria’s Lechner Racing. AlZubair won 12 races over the two-year period and became the first driver to win successive titles in the championship’s 10 year history.

In addition, he competed with Lechner Racing in the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Porsche Mobil Super Cups that ran in conjunction with European rounds of the FIA Formula One World Championship.

After the Covid-19 pandemic, AlZubair returned to racing action to finish second in the Pro Class in the 2021 International GT Open with four race victories.

In 2022, he claimed one Silver Cup win in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup and fifth place in the Dubai 24 Hours.

He began the 2023 season in superb style by sealing back-to-back victories in the third and fourth races of the 2023 Asian Le Mans Series at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi with Luca Stolz and Martin Konrad, clinching 2nd in the championship.


Nationality: German
Date of birth:May 24th, 1997

Born in Bonn, Schiller began his career in the ADAC Kart Masters series at the age of 12 . He then switched his allegiance to single-seater formula cars and competed in the Formula BMW Talent Cup and the ADAC Formel Masters Championship.

After two seasons and three race wins, he graduated to the FIA Formula 3 European Championship with Team West-Tec. He went on to join the Marc VDS Racing team in 2016 and tackled the Renault Sport Trophy, winning both the individual AM class and the Endurance Trophy with co-driver Markus Palttala.

Schiller then switched to the Asian Le Mans Series and finished fourth in the points with Race Performance in the LMP2 class. He also raced in the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup and won the 2017 Silver Cup title with Jules Szymkowiak.

He made his debut in the IMSA SportsCar Championship at Daytona in 2019 and then embarked upon a race programmes in the ADAC GT Masters and the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup, the latter seeing him team up with AlZubair and Jefferies under the AlManar Racing by HRT banner to finish fourth in the class championship.


Nationality: German
Date of birth: July 29th, 1995

Luca began his career competing in the Cadet class of the Belgian Karting Championship in 2007 and continued to race karts until 2010.

He switched to single-seater racing in 2011 and made his debut on the ADAC Formel Masters, finishing 12th in the title race. He graduated to the German F3 Championship and then began sports car racing with Land Motorsport in the 2013 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany.

His debut in the GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup came in 2014 and, despite missing several races, he finished fourth in the Silver Cup with HTP Motorsport. Luca joined the Lamborghini GT3 Junior Program in 2016 and tackled the GT World Challenge Europe series with GRT Grasser Racing Team. He teamed up with Michele Beretta to win the Silver Cup with four class wins.

He went on to win the 2018 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup title with the Mercedes-AMG Team Black Falcon and then competed with Haupt Racing in 2020 and Toksport WRT in 2021.

In 2022, he took part in the DTM with the Haupt Racing Team and claimed a first win at the Nürburgring. He also claimed a win at the Bathurst 12 Hour in Australia with Kenny Habul, Martin Konrad and Jules Gounon and repeated the feat this year with Habul and Gounon.


Nationality: German
Date of birth: August 27th, 1985

Born in Munich and based in Monaco, the experienced Engel is a long-time Mercedes-AMG factory driver, FIA GT World Cup champion, DTM race winner, Nürburgring 24 hour winner and Macau GT Cup winner and previously raced V8 supercars, F3000, F3 and DTM.

He began his career karting in Germany and France between 1996 and 1999 and went on to finish fourth in the 2000 European Junior Karting Championship, before switching to Formula BMW.

Formula 3 took his attention from 2003 to 2007 and he raced as a factory Opel driver in the Recaro F3 Cup and then in Italian Formula 3000. In 2007, he signed an agreement to become a Mercedes junior driver with Carlin Motorsport and then moved into the DTM series for several seasons.

He made his V8 Supercars debut in 2013 and also competed in the Macau Grand Prix GT Cup, where he claimed a lap record and pole position in a Mercedes SLS AMG GT3.

His GT racing career continued to flourish throughout 2014 and we went on to win the 2014 Macau Grand Prix GT Cup, before joining the Black Falcon team to compete in the Pro-Am class of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup. He won again as part of the Mercedes AMG Driving Academy team in Macau in 2015 to be crowned the inaugural FIA GT World Cup champion.

In 2016, he raced in the IMSA series in the LMPC class and won the Nürburgring 24 Hours with the AMG Team Black Falcon, before making his Formula E debut. He is currently racing a Mercedes-AMG GT3 in the FIA Formula E Championship.


Nationality: Zimbabwean
Date of birth: April 14th, 1994

Axcil began his motorsport career at the turn of the century and, like many budding racing drivers, he cut his teeth in the karting discipline from the age of six. He won several national championships in Zimbabwe and South Africa before moving to Europe. In 2007 and 2008, he won races in the European Karting Championship.

After two seasons in the Formula BMW Pacific series – where he finishes third in 2009 – he switched to the F2 Championship in 2012 with a best finish being fifth at Spa in Belgium. Axcil made his debut in the American Firestone Indy Lights programme in 2013 and finished seventh on his debut.

He made his first appearance in GP2 in Bahrain in 2014 before switching to the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East to claim the title at his first attempt – a title he would retain in 2018. He then turned his attention to the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, winning on his debut at Monza on his way to the runner-up spot in the championship and second place in the World Finals.

His endurance GT racing debut came at Paul Ricard in 2017 and he quickly became established on the scene. He finished second in the Pro-Am class with Martin Konrad in a Toksport WRT Mercedes at the 2020 Dubai 24-hour race and won the event the following year with GPX Racing in a shared Porsche 911 GT3-R.

Axcil was triumphant in Dubai again in 2022 at the wheel of an Audi R8 LMS run by MS7 by WRT.

He also competes in the Nürburgring Endurance Series and holds the GT3 class lap record for the famous German circuit with a time of 7min 50.370sec set in 2022 in a Konrad Motorsport Lamborghini Huracán GT3.

He made his debut in the GT World Challenge Europe Sprint series in 2020 with Madpanda Motorsport before joining forces with AlManar Racing.