Love at first drive.
Julien Andlauer's career in Motorsport began with karting – to the surprise of none, considering the fact that his father is a manager of a kart track in Lyon, France. At six-years-old, Julien stepped into his first kart and could improve his driving skills throughout his entire childhood.
From there, Andlauer entered the French Formula 4 for a season in 2015. Here, he drew quite some attention: Despite it being his first season, the Frenchman immediately scored the third spot of the championship. Directly in the following year, he entered the Porsche Carrera Cup France and achieved a spot on the podium in his first year there as well. Another year later: the overall victory. This was also the victory that nominated him for a viewing during the Porsche Motorsport Junior Programme in 2018.
We have one of the most exciting seasons ahead with many races and a great program.
A fighter all the way.
When Andlauer is not racing for best lap times in various race series, he remains a fighter: In his free time, he enjoys doing sports – boxing amongst others. This offers him the chance to keep himself fit physically and train his reflexes. It also demands a lot of respect and fairness – both things that Julien Andlauer embodies in motorsport.
Even when a duel with the Frenchman becomes intense throughout a race: Julien Andlauer thanks his opponents after the race. Little wonder that he is popular among fans and colleagues.
FIA World Endurance Championship
-2022, GTE Am: 2nd spot in the 24 Hours of Le Mans
- 2021, GTE Am: Pole Position during the 24 Hours of Le Mans
- 2018, GTE Am: 1st spot in the 24 Hours of Le Mans
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup
- 2019: 3rd spot of the overall championship with two gold and two silver
- 2018: 4th spot of the overall championship with two gold and two silver
Porsche Carrera Cup
- 2019, Germany: 1st spot of the overall championship with five gold and four silver
- 2018, France: 2nd spot of the overall championship with three gold and two silver
- 2017, France: 1st spot of the overall championship with seven gold and one bronze
- 2016, France: 2nd spot of the Rookie classification and 5th spot of the overall championship with four silver
- VLN/Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstrecke Nürburgring
2023: 1 podium
- Asian Le Mans Series Championship
2021: 2nd spot of the overall championship
- Michelin Le Mans Cup
2021, GT3: 2 victories, 3 podiums
2020, GT3: 2 victories, 1 podium