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Porsche factory driver: André Lotterer

From the very beginning, André Lotterer was destined for motorsport: His father, Henri Lotterer, had his own racing team in Belgium, which meant that Lotterer grew up between motorsport and touring cars. At the age of seven, Henri Lotterer sat his son in a go-kart for the first time – and immediately recognized his potential.

 

By the time he was 14, André already won the junior world championship. At 16, he entered the Formula BMW ADAC Championship and immediately won in two consecutive years. His success spoke for itself and drew the attention of Formula 1 teams.

 

During his time in Formula 1, Lotterer achieved a few victories, but was still mainly chosen as a reserve and test driver. Following his motto ‘No race, no life!’, André decided to take the plunge and participate in the Japanese GT series further develop his skills and career.

 

For seven years, André Lotterer battled for podium finishes in the Japanese race series, until a great debut performance at Le Mans caught the attention of Audi, who hired him as a factory driver. Here he spent another seven years, but now on an international level with the World Endurance Championship. When Audi withdrew from the WEC, Lotterer switched to Porsche.

Racing for Porsche fills me with pride, and motivates me!

André LottererFactory driver

The move to Porsche is a great opportunity for the passionate collector of classic cars. He regularly shares his treasures on his Social Media channels: from the 256 Speedster to the 911 Carrera RS 2.7, all the way to the 911 Carrera GT. He doesn’t just collect them, he knows their history.

 

No wonder then, that he dreams of taking the overall win at Le Mans with Porsche. After all, it’s the 75th anniversary of Porsche and the 100th anniversary of Le Mans. One way or another, history will be made and André Lotterer wants to be a part of it.



World Endurance Championship (WEC)

- 2023, Hypercar class: 6th spot in the class championship with two 3rd positions

- 2018 – 2019, LMP1 class: 5th spot in the class championship with one 3rd and one 2nd position

- 2017, LMP1 class: 4th spot in the drivers' championship with four 3rd and three 2nd positions

- 2016, LMP1 class: 5th spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd and two 2nd positions

- 2015, LMP1 class: 2nd spot in the drivers' championship with four 3rd, two 2nd and two 1st positions

- 2014, LMP1 class: 2nd spot in the drivers' championship with two 1st positions

- 2013, LMP1 class: 2nd spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd, two 2nd and three 1st positions

- 2012, LMP1 class: 1st spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd, three 2nd and three 1st positions

 

24 Hours of Le Mans

- 2012 onwards: Participation in entire WEC season

- 2011, LMP1 class: 1st spot in the overall championship

- 2010, LMP1 class: 2nd spot in the overall championship

- 2009, LMP1 class: 7th spot in the overall championship

 

Formel E

- 2021 – 2022: 2nd spot in Mexico

- 2020 – 2021: 2nd spot in the 2nd run in Valencia

- 2019 – 2020: 8th spot in the drivers' championship with two 2nd positions

- 2018 – 2019: 8th spot in the overall championship with two 2nd positions


Super Formula

- 2016: 2nd spot in the drivers' championship with two 2nd and two 1st positions

- 2015: 3rd spot in the drivers' championship with three 1st positions

- 2014: 3rd spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd, one 2nd and two 1st positions

- 2013: 2nd spot in the drivers' championship with two 2nd and two 1st positions

 

Formula Nippon Japan

- 2012: 4th spot in the drivers' championship with one 2nd and two 1st positions

- 2011: 1st spot in the drivers' championship with one 2nd and five 1st positions

- 2010: 2nd spot in the drivers' championship with one 2nd and two 1st positions

- 2009: 3rd spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd, two 2nd and one 1st positions

- 2008: 3rd spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd and three 2nd positions

- 2007: 5th spot in the drivers' championship with two 2nd and one 1st positions

- 2006: 3rd spot in the drivers' championship with one 2nd and two 1st positions

- 2005: 4th spot in the drivers' championship with two 1st positions

- 2004: 2nd spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd, one 2nd and two 1st positions

- 2003: 5th spot in the drivers' championship with one 3rd and two 2nd positions

Super GT Japan

- 2011, GT500 class: 8th spot in the class championship

- 2010, GT500 class: 2nd spot in the class championship with one 3rd, one 2nd and one 1st position

- 2009, GT500 class: 1st spot in the class championship with one 3rd, two 2nd and one 1st position

- 2008, GT500 class: 3rd spot in the class championship with three 3rd and one 2nd position

- 2007, GT500 class: 6th spot in the class championship with one 1st position

- 2006, GT500 class: 1st spot in the class championship with one 3rd, one 2nd and one 1st position

- 2005, GT500 class: 9th spot in the class championship with one 2nd position

- 2004, GT500 class: 8th spot in the class championship with one 1st position

- 2003, GT500 class: 16th spot in the class championship with one 2nd position from five of eight races

More results

- A1 Grand Prix

2009, Team Germany: 9th spot in the GP Portugal

 

- JAF Grand Prix

2010: 1st spot

 

- Proximus 24h of Spa

2002, N-GT class: 3rd spot in the overall ranking

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