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Patrick Pilet, Porsche driver of #92, at the Silverstone 6h, 10 - 12 April 2015
Patrick Pilet, Porsche driver of #92, at the Silverstone 6h, 10 – 12 April 2015

Born: 8 October 1981
Where: Auch, France
Lives: Le Chesnay, France
Marital status: Married
Height/Weight: 1.76 m/67 kg
Hobbies: Golf, cycling, fitness, cinema

He is a man for all occasions. Regardless of the championship, Patrick Pilet is always good for top results. In 2014, the film buff won the Daytona 24 Hours, and in 2010 he was successful over the same distance in Dubai. As an avid golfer, he studies ideal lines on fairways and greens as analytically as he does on the race track. His first great success with Porsche came in 2007 when he won the Carrera Cup France, and the following year he received a contract as a Porsche factory pilot. In 2014, he won the WEC race in Shanghai and in 2015 he turned heads in the Tudor United Sports Car Championship. At the wheel of the 911 RSR, he not only celebrated Porsche’s first overall victory at the Petit Le Mans classic on the storied Road Atlanta racetrack under very difficult conditions, but also secured the drivers’ title in the GTLM class.

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