Rob Huff

Birthdate : 12/25/1979



Home pride: With a background in karting and Britain’s junior formulas, Huff earned a works British Touring Car Championship ride for 2004 after winning SEAT’s one-make series in the UK. He won twice and earned a factory Chevrolet ride at world level the following season.

World star: It wasn’t long before Huff was winning in the WTCC, taking his first triumph in 2006 and the title six years later.

To Russia with LADA: After a season with the privateer ALL-INKL.COM Münnich squad, Huff signed for the works LADA squad for 2014, handing the firm its breakthrough podium and win before signing off with a double podium in 2015.

Honda-bound: A stint with the Honda factory team in 2016 resulted in one win in France before he returned to René Münnich’s outfit for 2017. Although he had the all-conquering Citroën C-Elysée at his disposal, there would be no title double. However, he did end the WTCC era with the most starts of all, 291, before signing for the Volkswagen-powered Sébastien Loeb Racing outfit for the first WTCR / OSCARO season in 2018 and claiming two wins.

Did you know? With nine victories, Huff is the most successful driver in the history of the Macau Grand Prix.


1992-97: 1 five times, Pro Kart Endurance Series

1998: 1, Silverstone Junior BRDC Formula Ford and Peugeot 306 trophies

1999: 1 (2 wins), British MG BCV8 Championship, Class B

2000: 1 (5 wins), British Formula Vauxhall Championship; 2, British Formula Palmer Audi Winter Series

2002: 3, British Renault Sport Cup

2003: 1 (3 wins), British SEAT Cupra Championship

2004: 7 (2 wins), British Touring Car Championship (SEAT Toledo)

2005: 20 (best result 6), FIA World Touring Car Championship (Chevrolet Lacetti)

2006: 16 (1 win), WTCC (Chevrolet Lacetti)

2007: 9 (1 win), WTCC (Chevrolet Lacetti)

2008: 3 (2 wins), WTCC (Chevrolet Lacetti)

2009: 5 (3 wins), WTCC (Chevrolet Cruze)

2010: 3 (3 wins), WTCC (Chevrolet Cruze)

2011: 2 (8 wins), WTCC (Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T)

2012: 1 (5 wins), WTCC (Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T)

2013: 4 (2 wins), WTCC (SEAT León)

2014: 10 (2 wins), WTCC (LADA Granta 1.6T); 2, Dubai 24 Hours (Mercedes SLS); 2, Daytona 24 Hours, Class LMPC (Oreca FLM09)

2015: 10, WTCC (LADA Vesta)

2016: 6 (1 win), WTCC (Honda Civic WTCC)

2017: 7 (1 win), WTCC (Citroën C-Elysée WTCC)

2018: 8 (2 wins), WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO (Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR)