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Jörg Bergmeister

Born February 13, 1976
Residence Langenfeld , Germany
Family Married to Danielle; one child Lucy Anna-Maria
Web site www.bergmeister.de
Helmet colors Blue, white, red with yellow arch

Racing Career

  • 1987-1991- Karting German and European championship
  • 1992- Debut in Formula Sport, Formula König, third place, Formula König-Championship, Winner of the H & R Cup
  • 1993- Formula König, three victories, winner of the Formula König- Championship, Youngest champion in Formula Sport at age 17 years
  • 1994- Formula Renault, sporadic
  • 1995- Formula Opel Euro-Series, German Formula Opel- Challenge, six pole positions, four victories, German Formula Opel- runner-up, winner of the driver competition for Porsche-Junior of Porsche-Centre Koblenz
  • 1996- Porsche Carrera Cup Team: Porsche-Centre Koblenz one pole position, two third place finishes, seventh place in the overall standings
  • 1997- Formula Opel European-Union-Series
    Sixth place, in spite of not taking part in some races, third place Nationscup Donnigton
  • 1998- Porsche Carrera Cup (some races)
  • 1999- Porsche Carrera Cup, third place in the overall standings
  • 2000- Porsche Carrera Cup & Porsche Pirelli Supercup, Champion Porsche Carrera Cup, sixth place Porsche Pirelli Supercup
  • 2001- Porsche Carrera Cup und Porsche- Pirelli- Supercup,
    Champion Porsche Pirelli Supercup (eight poles, seven wins), runner-up Porsche Carrera Cup
  • 2002- American Le Mans Series, fourth-place American-Le Mans-Series (GT class)
    Won 24 Hours at Daytona (GT class)
  • 2003- American Le Mans Series, second place American Le Mans Series (GT class)
    Won Petit Le Mans (GT class)
    Won 24 Hours at Daytona (overall)
  • 2004- American Le Mans Series, third place (Driver of championship winning car, due to illness was not allowed to take part at the 12 Hours of Sebring ) 4 wins
    Second place Spa 24 Hours (N-GT)
    Won Petit Le Mans (GT class)
    Won 24 Hours of Le Mans (GT class)
  • 2005- Grand-AM Daytona Prototype fourth place
    ALMS GT2 Champion
    Won Petit Le Mans (GT2)
  • 2006- Grand-Am Daytona Prototype Champion
    ALMS GT2 Champion
    Won Petit Le Mans (GT2)

 


 

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