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André Lotterer

Personal Information

Nationality:
German
Date of Birth:
November 19, 1981
Place of Birth:
Duisburg, Germany
Place of Residence:
Monaco
Family Status:
Single
Height/Weight:
184 cm/75 kg
Hobbies:
cycling, photography, foodie, collecting classic cars, driving buggy
Twitter:
@Andre_Lotterer
Instagram:
andre_lotterer
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/alotterer

Sporting Career

2018
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • Formula E Championship (2 podiums)
  • World Endurance Championship (LMP1, 2 podiums)
  • ADAC Zurich 24h-Race Nürburgring
2017
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st World Endurance Championship Manufacturer (LMP1)
2016
  • Audi Sport Works Driver
  • 5th FIA World Endurance Driver´s Champion (LMP1 3 podiums)
  • 4th 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • 2nd Super Formula Driver´s Championship (3 podiums)
2015
  • Audi Sport Works Driver
  • 2nd FIA World Endurance Driver´s Champion (LMP1 2 wins, 6 podiums)
  • 3rd 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • 3rd Super Formula Driver´s Championship (3 wins)
2014
  • Audi Sport Works Driver
  • 2nd FIA World Endurance Driver´s Championship (LMP1 2 wins)
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • 3rd Super Formula Driver´s Championship (2 wins 2 podiums)
2013
  • Audi Sport Works Driver
  • 2nd FIA World Endurance Driver´s Championship (LMP1 3 wins 3 podiums)
  • 5th 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • 2nd Super Formula Driver´s Championship (2 wins 2 podiums)
2012
  • Audi Sport Works Driver
  • FIA World Endurance Driver´s Champion (LMP1 3 wins 4 podiums)
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • 4th Formula Nippon Driver´s Championship (2 wins 1 podium)
2011
  • Audi Sport Works Driver
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Champion (5 wins 1 podium)
  • 8th Super GT Japan
2010
  • Audi Sport Works Driver
  • 2nd 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • 2nd Formula Nippon Driver´s Championship (1 win 6 podiums)
  • 2nd Super GT Japan (1 win 2 podiums)
  • JAF Grand Prix winner
2009
  • 7th 24h Le Mans (overall classification)
  • 3rd Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Championship (1 win 3 podiums)
  • Super GT Japan Driver´s Champion (1 win 4 podiums)
  • 9th A1 Grand Prix Team Germany (GP Portugal)
2008
  • 3rd Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Championship (4 podiums)
  • 3rd Super GT Japan Driver´s Champion (4 podiums)
2007
  • 5th Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Championship (1 win 2 podiums)
  • 6th Super GT Japan Driver´s Champion (1 win)
2006
  • 3rd Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Championship (2 wins 1 podium)
  • Super GT Japan Driver´s Champion (1 win 2 podiums)
2005
  • 4th Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Championship (2 wins)
  • 9th Super GT Japan Driver´s Champion (1 podium)
2004
  • 2nd Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Championship (2 wins 2 podiums)
  • 8th Super GT Japan Driver´s Champion (1 win)
2003
  • 5th Formula Nippon Japan Driver´s Championship (3 podiums)
  • Rookie of the year Formula Nippon Japan
  • 16th Super GT Japan Driver´s Championship (1 podium)
2002
  • Formula1 Test Driver (Jaguar)
  • 3rd 24h Spa (Porsche GT3 R, Freisinger Motorsport)
2001
  • 7th British Formula3 Driver´s Championship (1win)
  • 2nd Masters of Formula 3
  • Formula 1 testing (Jaguar)
2000
  • 4th German Formula 3 Driver´s Championship (3 wins 3 podiums)
  • Rookie of the year German Formula 3 Championship
  • Formula 1 testing (Jaguar)
1999
  • German Formula BMW Driver´s Champion (15 wins)
  • 5th Formula Renault Euro cup (1win)
1998
  • German BMW ADAC Formula Junior Cup Driver´s Champion (14 wins)
1997
  • 10th International Formula A Kart racing World Championship
1996
  • 2nd German junior Championship
  • 1st International Margutti trophy
1995
  • Junior karting world Champion
  • 1st International Margutti trophy
  • 1st German Gold Cup
  • 2nd German Kart Championship
1989 - 1994
  • National kart racing in Belgium, Netherlands and Germany winning multiple Championships