Harald Huysman (born January 7, 1959) is a former race car driver from Norway.
Harald Huysman - Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia 2018
|Occupation||Race Car Driver, Athlete Manager & Business Person|
|Years active||1978 - 1994|
|Employer||Brun Motorsport, Porsche|
|Known for||24 Hours of Le Mans, Rudskogen, Jenson Button, Kimi Räikkönen, Porsche Supercup|
|Home town||Brussels, Belgium|
|Children||Cedric Huysman, Justine Huysman, Max William Huysman|
He competed in FF1600 (Formula Ford) in which he won the Benelux and European championships, F3, World Sports Car Championship and Le Mans as well as Indy Lights, Toyota Atlantic, Barber Saab Pro Series and the Porsche Supercup.
Since ending his own driving career he has been manager for Jenson Button and more recently a number of other junior racing talents. He also discovered and helped Kimi Räikkönen enter Formula One. He previously ran a karting facility in Oslo and has developed a portfolio of motoring business interests including a BMW dealership in Oslo, importing Porsches to Norway and organising corporate events. Huysman is the majority shareholder in Rudskogen race circuit, Norway's national motorsport facility, which is undergoing huge development (Michael Schumacher is also a shareholder).
He has also been a Formula 1 commentator for Norwegian TV.
- Harald Huysman Karting website - in Norwegian
- Rudskogen Motorsenter
- Huysman Nystuen Partners Client & Event Management
|This biographical article relating to Norwegian sport is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This biographical article related to European auto racing is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|