Who is Klaus Abbelen? Klaus Abbelen Bio/Wiki
Klaus Abbelen is the husband of Sabine Schmitz.
Abbelen was born in Tonisvorst, which was West Germany, on September 15, 1960.
He received the nickname Frikadelli because of his work as a butcher. In 1999 Abbelen entered class A in the Ferrari Porsche Challenge in the Porsche.
In 2000, he became champion of the Euro GT Series. Recently, he has qualified for the FIA GT and the Le Mans Endurance Series championships.
In 2006, he and Sabine Schmitz led the #97 Porsche 997 on the Nürburgring, which was introduced by Land Motorsport, in the VLN endurance racing series.
He is 60 years old.
Klaus Abbelen And Sabine Schmitz
Sabine was married before and was known as Sabine Reck to a German hotelier. In 2000, they split up.
When Abbelen and Schmitz met first, it is not clear, but reports say they were married in 2007.
Together they didn’t have children.
Reports claim that they are “inseparable” and “wrongly in love.” They are expected to date a year before the knot is tied.
Sabine Schmitz Death Cause
The team she founded with her husband, Klaus Abbelen, in a statement made by Frikadelli Racing was informed that Schmitz lost her long fight against cancer, died at age 51 on March 16, 2021.
The team wrote on social media, “Sabine Schmitz (14.5.1969 – 16.3.2021) passed away yesterday (Tuesday) after her brave fight against cancer,”
“She was 51 years old. Klaus Abbelen and all relatives and friends are deeply saddened by the immeasurable loss.”
The iconic Nürburgring motorsports complex pays homage to the famous driver: “The Nürburgring has lost its most famous female racing driver.
“Sabine Schmitz passed away far too early after a long illness. We will miss her and her cheerful nature. Rest in peace Sabine!”