Thibaut Courtois, a former star in the Premier League, is one of the most well-known football fans.
During the coronavirus pandemic, the former Chelsea star raced against several F1 cars in online races.
The 31-year-old goalkeeper for Real Madrid has come a long way since his first car, a Ford Focus.
When he got big, the huge Belgium goalie traded that in for an Aston Martin Vanquish. Since then, he’s added some really cool cars to his collection.
That Porsche took two years to be made just the way he wanted it, and it cost £350,000 in the end.
Courtois likes both Ferrari and Lamborghini cars.Though he has taken his love of fast cars to the business level and now owns a Formula 4 team.
£350,000 for a Porsche 992 GT3 RS
Courtois finally got the keys to this beautiful Porsche after two years of waiting.
The 992 GT3 RS, which he paid £350,000 for, can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.14 seconds and has a top speed of 198 mph.
The base model is a crazy £212,000, but Courtois added extras worth £137,000.
THE MOST READ IN He wowed his Real Madrid teammates when he showed up to practice with it on, painted in champagne gold.
Courtois even signed the motor by painting his name on a door sill.
The car website KRN Speed said, “This tastes better than Belgian chocolate.”
“Courtois has owned some pretty amazing cars over the years, but never something extraordinary like a specially commissioned 3 RS.”
£188,000 for a Lamborghini Urus
Any football player worth their salt now wears the Urus.
There used to be a long line to get them, but players like Marcus Rashford, Jack Grealish, and others still spent a lot of money on them.
Like many other football stars, Courtois has bought a beautiful SUV.
That’s right, it only takes 3.1 seconds to go from 0 to 60 mph.£200,000 for a Ferrari Roma
The Ferrari Roma Spider is a classic in terms of style.
It has a turbocharged V8 engine, two rows of seats, and is based on the Portofino model.
When Courtois got to the Valdebebas to train in 2021, he showed off his.
It costs a lot and has a top speed of 199 mph.£190,000 for a Mercedes AMG G63
Courtois is 6 feet 7 inches tall, so the car he rides in needs to give him more leg room.
This is why his big G-Wagon is the best car for him.
Without a question, it’s the best SUV out there. Without a doubt one of the most stylish.
The base G63 has a 4.0-liter V-8 engine with twin turbochargers that makes 577 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque.
It takes between 4.5 and 6.4 seconds to go from 0 to 62 mph.An Aston Martin Take it, £200,000
Eden Hazard, who Courtois used to play with for both his club and his country, might have taught him something.
The former Chelsea playmaker held a Vanquish, which is the perfect car for a gentleman.
One of these was owned by Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond, and it was auctioned off for £344,000.
It’s the next model in the Vantage line, and it can go from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.5 seconds.
It was also in the James Bond movie Die Another Day.His first car
Football players can have the worst first cars. However, Courtois found a good speed.
As a young star, he drove a sensible Ford Focus. The sporty form of that car costs about £29,000 today.
They have a great name and have won many awards over the years.
Some of them can go as fast as 155 mph and are used as touring cars in competition.Race Car TC
Courtois started his own Formula 4 racing team in 2023.
He called, which wasn’t very creatively, TC Racing. To be fair, though, not many football players show how much they love cars by starting their own race car team.
In 2015, Roberto Merhi, a Spanish driver who drove in Japan’s Super GT and F1, joined forces with them with the goal of developing young drivers.
Courtois, a player for Belgium, put up a team-themed video on Instagram and wrote, “Here we are.”
He hasn’t picked the drivers for TC Racing for the 2024 season yet.Young drivers from go-kart racing and other sports are hired by F4 and trained to work in F1.
There are five races in Spain as part of the F4 series. There are also races in Belgium and Portugal.
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