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Born: 19 November 1981
Where: Duisburg, Germany
Lives: Tokyo, Japan
Height: 1.84m
Although it is his first year as a Porsche LMP1 works driver, German-born André Lotterer needs little by way of an introduction. Lotterer, it seems, was born to race, having attended races with his father from a young age. With one Drivers’ World Championship under his belt already, and no less than three Le Mans 24 Hour wins to his name, Lotterer was a natural choice for Porsche when the Audi endurance team disbanded at the end of the 2016 season.

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
Source: Porsche

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