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Antti Ilmari Aarnio-Wihuri
(1940-02-24) February 24, 1940
|Net worth||$1.0 billion|
Antti Ilmari Aarnio-Wihuri (born 24 February 1940 in Turku) is a Finnish billionaire businessman. He heads the Wihuri Group, a Finnish diversified conglomerate that has been in existence for over 100 years. It employs over 5,000, and is involved in the industries of packaging, food distribution, aviation and construction equipment retail, private jet charter, and ambulance services. He himself is the largest single shareholder in the Canadian packaging company Winpak. Antti Aarnio-Wihuri is also known as a race driver and later as a supporter of Finnish drivers.
Date Race Car Driver/drivers Team Position 12.9.1965 Artukainen [GT] Porsche 904 Aarnio-Wihuri 1. 5.6.1966 Artukainen [Specials] Porsche 904 Aarnio-Wihuri 1. 19.6.1966 Keimola [GT/S] Porsche 906 Aarnio-Wihuri 1. 26.6.1966 Rovaniemi [S/GT] Porsche 906 Aarnio-Wihuri 1. 24.8.1966 Keimola [S2.0] Porsche 906 Aarnio-Wihuri raced 11.9.1966 Artukainen [Specials] Porsche 904 Aarnio-Wihuri 1. 23.4.1967 Artukainen [Specials] Porsche 906 Aarnio-Wihuri 1. 28.5.1967 1000 km Nürburgring Porsche 906 Aarnio-Wihuri / Troberg Antti Aarnio-Wihuri DNA 19.5.1968 1000 km Nürburgring Porsche 906 Toivonen / Aarnio-Wihuri VW-Auto Oy DNF 1.6.1969 1000 km Nürburgring Porsche 906 In entry list only Sten Axelsson 13. 31.5.1970 1000 km Nürburgring Porsche 911 S In entry list only Racing Team AAW 14. Currently he and his Wihuri Group is well known as a sponsor of F1 driver Valtteri Bottas, who moved after seven years, four as a Formula 1 driver, service from Team Williams to Team Mercedes to replace 2016 World championship Nico Rosberg, who ended his career.