My name is Benjamin Mazatis, I was born on 14 January 1998 in Rosenheim, Upper Bavaria, and now I live near Rosenheim.
I started my motorsport career at the age of 7 in karting; at the beginning of 13 I was the youngest to enter formula racing.
I am very pleased to present my motorsport project to you.
A world full of dynamic, speed and innovation...
I am ready to tackle this season with you and turn the goals we set into reality!
Place of residence
Racing, Snooker, Chess, Tennis, Football
First kart race
Sporting role models
Fernando Alonso, André Lotterer, Michael Schumacher, Roger Federer
Goals for the future
24 Hours of Le Mans, Formula 1
Even as a little boy, I had the "Need for Speed" and have been fascinated by motorsport ever since. This led me to start karting at the age of 7. Due to numerous successes in karting and shortly after my thirteenth birthday I was invited by BMW to test a Formula Bolide for the first time.
In 2015, I competed in ADAC Formula 4 and had some exciting racing ‘battles’ with the two current Formula 1 stars Mick Schumacher and Lando Norris. At the end of the same year, I was also awarded the title "Driver of Promise" by the McLaren Formula 1 team.
Unfortunately, the not inconsiderable financial aspects of motorsport slowed me down on my way to Formula 1 and so 2016 I switched to touring car racing. I won my first race here, which was also my premiere on the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife.
After a very successful year, it was time for me to move into GT. Here I finished second in the Dubai 24 Hours in 2017.
In 2018, I finished on the podium six times in the first eight races. I was even on course for the European Championship until 10 minutes before the end. Unfortunately, consequential damage to a start panel prevented my start in the coup and I had to settle for third place in the GT4 Central European Cup.
The following year I returned to Dubai for the 24-hour race and switched to Porsche. Then came the global pandemic. In 2020, unfortunately, only small, national races were organised.
In 2023 I want to hit the ground running again and chase the really big titles in international GT racing. Let us do it together.
My new brochure was published today. Inside you will learn about my story, milestones, future plans, your benefits as a sponsor in motorsport and why motorsport will continue to play an important role in the future.
Here you can download my new brochure "Teaming up to triumph tomorrow".
Motorsport is an exclusive but also cost-intensive sport.
Unfortunately, talent alone does not count here.
If a young, talented driver does not have the financial support for the season, he does not stand a chance here.
Where would Michael Schumacher or Sebastian Vettel be today if they had not received the appropriate funds from mentors and sponsors.
As a sponsor you benefit several times over with the following advantages...
Accompany me as a strong partner on my way to the top. The manifold options of sponsoring can be implemented according to your ideas.
Physical fitness is naturally a part of life of a future world champion. Daily training is a must. The right diet is another element for success. My personal coach supports me here with the building blocks of fitness and nutrition.
Benjamin Mazatis mit McLaren-Award ausgezeichnet: Driver of Promise-Auszeichnung
Marvin Dienst and Benjamin Mazatis to be trained to Formula 1
With Benjamin Mazatis, another talented junior enters the stage of the DMV BMW Challenge.
Mazatis had delivered a fast and flawless middle stint at his KTM X-BOW GT4 Nordschleife premiere
Mazatis - Mission - Champion: Benjamin Mazatis again with Reiter Engineering in the GT4 Series in 2018