Mario Hytten (born 20 April 1955)  is a Swedish-born former racing driver who raced predominantly under a Swiss licence. He competed in the 1985 24 Hours of Le Mans, finishing 5th. He now works as a sports promoter and sponsorship specialist. He is fluent in five languages.
Hytten raced predominantly in Formula 3 and Formula 3000 in a career spanning more than a decade, from 1980 to 1992. In all he entered 75 races, won one and registered eight podium finishes. He finished 5th in the 1985 24 Hours of Le Mans driving the Porsche 956B.
Hytten retired from racing in 1993 and moved into sports media and sponsorship. He is the current CEO of Captimax Sports Media, who make camera systems for televised sporting events, and runs Planetaire AB, a sustainability communications company. He is currently working on Skyrace World Cup, a new format sailplane world championship.
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