Dutch racing driver Nick de Vries, 27, drives for Williams Racing in Formula 1. He and his longtime partner Eva Bruggenwirth are still together.
De Vries will make his racing debut at the 2022 Italian Grand Prix as a reserve driver for the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team.
He won the 2010–11 World Karting Championship, the 2019 FIA Formula Two Championship and the 2020–21 Formula E World Championship. From January 2010 to May 2019, the Dutchman was part of the McLaren Young Driver Program. From October 2016 to August 2019 he took part in the Audi Sport Racing Academy.
The 27-year-old driver will make his Formula One debut for Williams at this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix after Alex Albon was diagnosed with appendicitis.
Due to Albon’s illness on Saturday morning, the Aston Martin driver from Friday practice was substituted at the last minute.
For his final Formula E season in 2022, De Vries stayed with Mercedes. In Diriyah he won the first race of the eighth season. The next day he took pole, finished tenth and finished eighth in the championship with 106 points.
Eva Bruggenwirth, Nyck de Vries’ girlfriend, works as a social media and content assistant
Dutch racing driver Nyck de Vries’ current girlfriend is Eva Bruggenwirth, who is also from the Netherlands. According to her Instagram and LinkedIn profiles, she works for Anna + Nina as a Social Media & Content Assistant.
Eva started her career as a commercial intern at Marie-Stella-Maris, an Amsterdam-based retailer of health and personal care products.
Since August 2022 she has been the social media and content creator for Anna + Nina. The company was founded as an agency that promotes alongside its own jewelry and accessory businesses, according to its LinkedIn page.
Since then it has developed into an independent brand. Since founding the company, Anna de Lanoy Meijer and Nina Poot have opened three locations in Amsterdam as well as a website where they offer their brand alongside other brands of jewellery, accessories, clothing and home decor.
She is also the owner of the mohair wool knitting company Guapalana. In addition, she has experience as a sales representative for Love Stories.
Eva Bruggenwirth, the Dutch racing driver’s girlfriend, studied interior design
Nyck de Vries’ girlfriend Eva Bruggenwirth is an interior designer. She went as instructed and finished Nia Academia’s interior design course, which ran from October 2021 to February 2022.
She obtained a bachelor’s degree from the Hanzehogeschool Groningen/Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen with a concentration in communication. Eva also majored in Franchising and Retailing at the same university.
Between September 2012 and August 2016, Bruggenwirth completed her HTL at RSG Broklede in the area of business and society.
The age of Eva Bruggenwirth in 2022. Age difference with Nyck de Vries
Eva Bruggenwirth is currently 24 years old. She published a post on her Instagram on June 3, 2019 enjoying her 21st birthday.
Eva Bruggenwirth, a friend of Nyck de Vries, is celebrating her 21st birthday.
From this we can conclude that she was born on June 3, 1998. Nyck, her lover, was born like her on February 6, 1995 in Uitwellingerga, Netherlands. So he is now 27 years old.
So, the wonderful couple has an age difference of only about three years. This could be why they have enjoyed a wonderful connection over the years.
Eva Bruggenwirth and Nyck de Vries have been a couple for over two years
One of the most famous Dutch couples is Nyck de Vries and his beautiful girlfriend Eva Bruggenwirth. Everywhere they go, they are frequently seen together.
Although they are not engaged yet, they could be very soon.
Nyck de Vries and Eva Bruggenwirth spend time together in St. Anton am Arlberg.
Eva can be seen when 27-year-old racing driver Nyck competes. They also post multiple photos and posts on top of each other. However, the date of her first post, February 20, 2020, indicates that de Vries and Bruggenwirth have been together for more than two years.
They were recently spotted together in New York as they took some time off from their separate jobs to bond.
De Vries won both the German Junior Championships and the WSK World Series for the KF3 division in 2008. He won the European KF3 Championship and retained his WSK World Series and German Junior Championship in 2009. He won the 2010 Karting World Championship in September. In 2011 he also won the world championship.
Eurocup Formula Renault
De Vries made the leap into formula racing in 2012 and was awarded a cockpit in the R-ace GP Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0. De Vries finished second in his first race at Alcaiz to secure his first podium finish and he was able to repeat that feat at the Hungaroring. De Vries beat all of his teammates and finished the season in fifth place. De Vries also competed in a number of Formula Renault 2.0 NEC events, winning one at his home circuit of Assen. In his eleven series starts, he was on the podium four times and finished tenth in the drivers’ standings.
De Vries joined Koiranen GP the following year for his second season in the series. He finished the season fifth in the championship, winning a race each at the Hungaroring and the Circuit de Catalunya.
De Vries continued playing with Koiranen in 2014, participating in the Eurocup for the third time. He was on the podium in 11 of the 14 races, having won six of them. He easily defeated runner-up Dennis Olsen in the championship by 254 points to 124. He also competed in the entire Alpine Formula Renault season. Only twice did he not make it onto the podium and won 10 of the 14 races.
Renault Formula 1 3.5 series
De Vries switched to the Formula Renault 3.5 Series in 2015 and started for DAMS. Before winning the season-ending race at the Circuito de Jerez, he finished third in the final standings with 160 points, behind only Oliver Rowland and Matthieu Vaxivière. He was on the podium five times before.
De Vries drove for the 2016 ART Grand Prix in the GP3 series. He finished third at the Red Bull Ring to take his first podium finish and he later won his first pole position at Budapest. His first win came in race two at Monza, a feat he repeated at the Yas Marina Circuit at the end of the season. He placed sixth behind his teammates Charles Leclerc and Alexander Albon, who won the championship and runner-up.
Formula 2 World Championship
De Vries switched teams in 2017 and joined Rapax in the FIA Formula 2 Championship. He won the sprint race in Monte Carlo for the first time, and three more podium finishes were added before the summer break. De Vries switched to Racing Engineering ahead of the Spa-Francorchamps race where he finished second. He finished the season seventh in the championship, second among all rookies.
De Vries at the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship at the Red Bull Ring.
De Vries switched to working with Sean Gelael at Prema Racing for the 2018 season.
With just two podium finishes in the first three races of the season, his season got off to a slow start, leaving him well behind his title rivals. A pointless round in Austria and two finishes outside the top five at Silverstone followed De Vries’ first win of the season at the Le Castellet sprint race. But after that, the Dutchman’s performance improved as he won the main events in Hungary and Belgium respectively. De Vries was beaten in the standings by Alex Albon and Lando Norris by ten and 17 points respectively after claiming his sixth podium of the year at the feature race in Sochi.
De Vries competes in the ART Grand Prix at the 2019 Formula 2 race in Spielberg.
De Vries remains in Formula 2 in 2019 and joined GP3 runner-up Nikita Mazepin in his old team ART Grand Prix in 2018. His season got off to a fantastic start with a podium finish in Baku and a win in the sprint race in Barcelona. He then won the title by winning the big race at Le Castellet after starting from pole position at Monaco. De Vries’ lead was extended with a couple of third places at the Red Bull Ring, a podium each at Silverstone and Budapest, and two more third places at Monza saw him lift the trophy. De Vries was declared the mathematical winner of the season after his fourth and final win at the penultimate race in Sochi.
FIA World Endurance Championship
De Vries signed with Racing Team Nederland on March 15, 2018 to compete in the LMP2 division. On October 6, 2019, he and this team achieved their first win in this class at the 6 Hours of Fuji. De Vries drove the last stint and brought the car home.
De Vries was introduced on July 6, 2020 as a test and reserve driver for Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe GmbH. He conducts tests on Toyota’s hypercar as well as the TS050 hybrid.
ACO officials barred Philippe Cimadomo, a TDS Racing x Vaillante driver, from starting during the week of testing leading up to the 2022 24 Hours of Le Mans. He was asked to step in because he was already on track due to his reserve position with the Toyota Hypercar team was. The car was switched from Pro/Am to Pro due to Philippe Cimadomo’s Bronze classification and De Vries’ Platinum ranking.