Hubert is the brother of William Hahne, Bernd Hahne, Norbert and Hahne Armin Hahne and the two sisters Christel and Gerda ( mother of Jörg van Ommen ). After finishing school, Hubert Hahne completed a commercial apprenticeship, passed the commercial assistant examination and worked in the tobacco wholesaler his father, who also ran a trotter breeding. From his youth Hahne loved horses, but wanted to be a technician. Therefore, he started as a 23- year-old addition to the commercial training an apprenticeship as a motor mechanic. Later he started his own business as a BMW dealer. In addition, a BMW tuning and the exclusive import for Lamborghini arrived in Germany. In addition, he tested Honda motorcycles for the magazine "power - slide".
In addition to sporting ambitions as flying, swimming or cycling Hubert Hahne collects images and icons. 1970 married Hubert Hahne actress Diana Körner, of which he was but divorced after a few years. Today he lives in Italy.
His first race went Hahnemann in 1960 as a 25 -year-old with a friend at the 6 hours at the Nürburgring. The result was disappointing for him because the well -placed team was disqualified because of an incorrect driver changeover.
In 1963, he scored his first major success when he won the European Cup rating for touring cars on a BMW 700. 1964 dominated Hahne in a BMW 1800 TI, the German Circuit Championship, he won 14 times in 16 races and won the championship. In 1966 he was European champion. He also walked around in a support race for the Grand Prix of Germany on August 6, 1966, a BMW 2000 TI was the first in a touring car the Nürburgringnordschleife in less than 10 or in 9:58,5 (or 9:58,9 ) minutes. He also won together with Jacky Ickx in the 24- hour race in Spa -Francorchamps.
1966 began tap change from touring cars to Formula 2 A day after his lap record he started with a Matra - BRM MS6 the Tyrrell Racing Organization at the Grand Prix of Germany and finished second in the Formula 2 standings behind Jean -Pierre Beltoise. In 1967 he drove for BMW ( first with Lola chassis ), left the GP of Germany but with suspension damage. In 1969 he finished second in the Formula 2 European Championship. 1970 ended Hahne his racing career.
- Program for the 33rd International ADAC Eifel Race 1970
- Program for the Grand Prix of Germany 1969
- Jörg- Thomas Födisch: Nürburgring. The chronicle of the legendary race track. Verlagsunion Erich Pabel - Arthur Moewig KG, Rastatt, 1991, ISBN 3-8118-3065-1.