Oscar Ortfeldt is a Swedish veteran with a motorsport career that spans more than 40 years, including spells in rallying and sportscar racing. He began racing on two wheels, competing for several years in Italian motocross events before taking a break to complete his studies.
Returning to the track, Ortfeldt switched to karting and Toyota F3 while the Swede also enjoyed notable success winning his class in the famous ‘Pavia-Venezia’ powerboat race – clocking an average speed of 155km/h – back in 2004.
He then turned his competitive nature to rallying and appeared on the World Rally Championship stage across several seasons before enjoying brief stints in the Camaro Cup and the Lamorghini Supertrofeo.
Ortfeldt then jumped over to rallycross, coming second in the 2018 Campionato Italiano Supercar class and bagging a Supercar event win at the Maggiora Off-road Arena in the FIA CEZ Rallycross Championship. He gained further rallycross experience thanks to extensive testing in an RX2 car.