André Lotterer

Name, Nationality: André Lotterer (D)
Date of Birth: 19. November 1981
Place of Birth: Duisburg (D)
Residence: Tokyo (JP)
Height: 184 cm
Twitter: @Andre_Lotterer
Motorsport Career:
2017: Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1
2016: 5th place WEC (Audi),
two 2nd place finishes (Mexico City, Bahrain), one 3rd place (Nürburgring),
3 pole positions (Silverstone, Nürburgring, Austin);
3rd place Superformula in Japan
2015: 2nd place WEC (Audi),
2 wins (Silverstone, Spa);
3rd place Superformula
2014: 2nd place WEC (Audi),
overall victory Le Mans 24 Hours, race win in Austin;
3rd place Superformula
2013: 2nd place WEC (Audi),
3 wins (Spa, São Paulo, Shanghai);
2nd place Superformula
2012: Drivers’ World Champion WEC (Audi),
overall victory Le Mans 24 Hours, wins Silverstone and Bahrain;
4th place Formula Nippon, 6th place Spa 24 Hours (Audi)
2011: overall victory Le Mans 24 Hours (Audi);
1st place Formula Nippon
2010: 2nd place Le mans 24 Hours (Audi);
2nd place Japanese Super GT Championship;
2nd place Formula Nippon
2009: 3rd place Formula Nippon;
1st place Japanese Super GT Championship;
7th place Le Mans 24 Hours (Audi);
24 Hours Nürburgring, one race A1GP series
2008: 3rd place Formula Nippon;
3rd place Japanese Super GT Championship
2007: 4th place Formula Nippon;
6th place Japanese Super GT Championship
2006: 3rd place Formula Nippon;
1st place Japanese Super GT Championship
2005: 4th place Formula Nippon;
9th place Japanese Super GT Championship
2004: 2nd place Formula Nippon;
8th place Japanese Super GT Championship
2003: 4th place Formula Nippon (Rookie of the Year);
Japanese Super GT Championship
2002: Formula One test driver (Jaguar); 3rd place Spa 24 Hours;
one ChampCar race
2001: 7th place British Formula 3, 2nd place Formula 3 Masters Zandvoort
2000: 4th place German Formula 3
1999: 1st place Formula BMW ADAC; 5th place Formula Renault Eurocup
1998: 1st place Formula BMW ADAC Junior Cup
1989-97: Karting, 1st place Junior Kart World Championship 1995