Life and career
Huisman drove in 1990 with a private BMW M3 in the Dutch Touring Car Championship. Already in the following year he was Dutch Touring Car Championship as a works driver for BMW Holland. In 1992 he went to the start in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany and was the best rookie. At the 24 -hour race at the Nürburgring he celebrated a class victory with a BMW M3. In 1993 he again took part in the Dutch Touring Car Championship and was runner-up.
In 1994 he finished second in this championship again. He also took part in the 24 - hour race at Spa -Francorchamps and finished this in fifth after leading at first and was thrown back later due to technical problems. In the same year his first participation was followed by the 24-hour race at Le Mans in a Porsche 964 RSR fielded by Konrad Motorsport. He succeeded in tenth place in the overall standings and third place in its class. Furthermore, he played five races in the Porsche Supercup, where his best finish was an eighth place. In 1995, he played a full season in the Porsche Supercup and finished this fourth in the championship.
In 1996, he improved to third place. He also denied three races in the FIA GT Championship and the 24 - hour race at Zolder, which he finished in third place. In 1997, he succeeded in winning the championship in the Porsche Supercup. Also in the Belgian GT Championship he cut off successfully and finished the championship in second place. The 24 - hour race at Zolder he could decide for himself this time. In 1998, he defended his title in the Porsche Supercup. After four years he joined again at the 24- hour race at Le Mans. He drove a Chrysler Viper GTS -R ORECA, but fell with electronic problems from. The 12- hour race at Sebring he finished in fourth place in the GT3 class. At the 24 -hour race in Spa- Francorchamps, he was due to electrical problems only 15th in the Belgian GT Championship he won the title and he won like last year, the 24 - hour race at Zolder. He also took part in three races in the FIA GT Championship.
In 1999, he defended his title in the Porsche Supercup for the second time in a row. At the 24 - hour race in Le Mans he started as a factory driver for Porsche on the new Porsche 911 GT3 R and won in its class. The 12- hour race at Sebring he finished with a class victory in the GT2 cars. In the GT3 class he finished third in the 24- hour race at Daytona and eighth in the Petit Le Mans. In 2000 he succeeded the fourth championship win in a row in the Porsche Supercup. At the 24 - hour race in Le Mans he went again for ORECA and crossed the finish line in twelfth place in the overall standings and fifth in his class. The 24 - hour race at Daytona, he could not finish, however, due to an engine failure. At the end of the season he managed the victory at the Guia Race in Macau. After the season he retired from international sports car business. A new task was Huisman 2001 in DTM. There he went into a Mercedes- Benz CLK Manthey Racing at the start and he had a successful season. He ran twice on the podium and won the season finale at the Hockenheimring in the sprint race, which he secured pole position for the race. Due to a collision with Uwe Alzen, however, he lost his chances for his first race win and could not finish the race. Nevertheless, he achieved a good result of the season with the sixth championship course. In 2002 he joined again in the DTM. However, this season was far less successful for him. He only got a year-old car, which he was not competitive and usually could only drive at the end of the field. During the season he therefore remained without points and so he retired after 2003 initially two races for Team Rosberg denied again from the DTM back. After two years of interruption Huisman returned again in 2003 for the Porsche Supercup and finished fourth championship course.
In 2004, he stood at the end of the season in fifth place. He also participated again at the 24 -hour race at the Nürburgring. In an Audi TT -R Abt Sportsline he went up to fourth place in the standings with Frank Stippler, Karl Wendlinger and Christian Abt. In the same year Huisman completed an official test drive in a Formula 1 team Minardi. However, it was during a test drive and so was Huisman again in 2005 in the Porsche Supercup at the start. There he was able to improve on the previous year and was championship runner-up. In 2006 he won the race at the Hungaroring and closed the championship in fourth place from. In 2007 he was able to celebrate victories in Monaco and Spa- Francorchamps, finishing again in fourth championship course. In a Porsche 911 GT3 RSR fielded by Konrad Motorsport, he started again at the 24 -hour race at the Nürburgring, but fell in the first round of because of an accident. At the beginning of 2008 Huisman was given the opportunity to compete in the 24 Hours of Daytona. He closed the run with Richard Lietz, Steven Johnson and Robert Doornbos off after a collision of Doornbos in the back of the midfield. He has also acted after a year back in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany. His main focus in 2008 and 2009 was however the Porsche Supercup, whom he described as third and fourth in 2009, but graduated in 2008 without a race victory.