9 February 1962|
|Died||24 June 1988
Norisring, Nuremberg, Germany
|German Formula Three Championship|
|Teams||Schübel Rennsport Int.|
|Best finish||14th in 1987|
|Austrian Formula Ford
His father János Kesjár and his grandfather were also racing drivers. Csaba started karting in the mid-70s and he won several national championships. From 1982 to 1985 he participated in Formula Eastern. He was champion 4 times. In 1986 he drove in the Austrian Formula Ford winning in his rookie year. He was also Hungarian Hillclimb champion.
In 1987 he drove in the German F3, finishing 14th in the standings. He also won a non-championship race at Hockenheim and tested a Zakspeed Formula One car after the 1987 Hungarian Grand Prix. He died in 1988 at the Norisring, during a F3 race. His brakes failed and he crashed into the tyre barrier at full speed, dying instantly.
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