He was born on 26 March 1967 in Budapest.
Married to Timea, they have two children Zsófia (2002), and Vili Junior (2003).
His hobbies include HORSES, sailing, motor sports, skiing, hunting, music, teaching and work.
An outstanding personality in the coach driving world. He has been regarded as one of the best drivers for years. He is a man of great racing routine and driving culture.
He has started thirteen world championships
Five times individual and six times team world champion, owner of fourteen world championship medals.
Lecturer on horse-related subjects at Szent István University
President of the Hungarian Equestrian Sport Association.
On 27 February 2009 he was elected president with 100 % of the votes of the assembly of the Hungarian Equestrian Sport Association, the successor of the National Federation of the Hungarian Equestrian Sport Societies, founded in 1924. It is the first time that the association elected an active world champion for president.
Coordinator of the professional affairs of Kincsem National Equestrian Programme.
President of the Equestrian Taskforce of the Hungarian Ministry of Rural Development
Member of the Hungarian Olympic Committee
Inventor, co-owner and chief organizer of the Equestrian World Cup, organised annually in the Papp Lászó Budapest Sport Arena, an event popular with both professional and general audience
President of the Board of Supervision of CBA, the Hungarian Supermarket Chain.
Co - owner and president of the National Gallop.
Major results of his sports career:
Five times individual world champion (1999 Kecskemét, Hungary; 2001 Riesenbeck, Germany; 2007 Warka, Poland; 2013 Topolcianky, Slovakia; 2015 Fábiánsebestyén, Hungary).
Six times team world champion (1989 Balatonfenyves, Hungary; 1999 Kecskemét, Hungary; 2001 Riesenbeck, Germany; 2003 Jardy, France; 2013 Topolcianky, Slovakia; 2015 Fábiánsebestyén, Hungary).
Individual World Championship Silver Medal, (1993 Gladstone, USA) Bronze Medal (2005 Wals-Salzburg, Austria)
Three times team World Championship Silver Medal (2005 Wals-Salzburg, Austria, 2007 Warka, Poland, 2009 Kecskemét, Hungary).
Winner of the Danube Alpine Cup (2012.).
Thirteen times Hungarian Champion: (1989, 1993, 1994, 1998, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013).
Ten times Hungarian Derby winner: (1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2011, 2012).
Professional and public awards
Count István Széchenyi Memorial Medal (the highest equestrian award)
Hungarian Republic Presidential Medal (1999, 2003)
Báthory Prize (2009)
Golden Whip Prize
Six times the Equestrian Sportsman of the Year.
Eternal Champion of Hungarian Equestrian Sport
Has been on the podium among the best Hungarian sports people twice
Member of the Society of Hungarian Sport Stars
CBA Gold Emblem 1999
In 1999 he received the Honorary Citizen award of the 17th district of Budapest.
Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic