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Patrick Pilet

Personal Information

Nationality:
French
Date of Birth:
October 8, 1981
Place of Birth:
Auch, France
Place of Residence:
Rocquencourt, France
Family Status:
married
Height/Weight:
176 cm/67 kg
Hobbies:
cycling, golf, fitness, movies
Internet:
www.patrick-pilet.com
Twitter:
@PatrickPilet

Sporting Career

2013
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • World Endurance Championship (GTE Pro, 5 podiums)
  • 2nd 24h Le Mans (GTE Pro)
  • 2nd 24h Spa (overall classification)
  • VLN/Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstrecke Nürburgring (1 win)
2012
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • International GT Open Championship (1 win, 5 podiums)
  • 1st American Le Mans Series/Baltimore (GTC)
  • 2nd World Endurance Championship/Sebring (GTE-Pro)
  • 4th 24h Le Mans (GT-Am)
2011
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • Le Mans Series Championship (GT, 1 podium)
  • American Le Mans Series Championship (GT, 1 podium)
2010
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st 24h Dubai (overall classification)
  • 2nd 24h Spa (overall classification)
  • Le Mans Series Championship International GT Open Championship (4 wins)
2009
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 3rd International GT Open Championship (GT2, 5 wins, 3 podiums)
  • Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 2 podiums)
  • 3rd 24h Daytona (GT)
  • 24h Le Mans (GT2)
2008
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 3rd American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2)
  • 24h Daytona (GT)
2007
  • 1st Porsche Carrera Cup France Championship (4 wins, 8 podiums)
2006 - 2005
  • World Series Formula Renault 3.5 Championship (1 podium)
2004
  • 1st French Formula Renault Championship (5 wins, 11 podiums)
2003
  • 2nd French Formula Renault Championship (2 wins, 4 podiums)
2002
  • 6th French Formula Renault Championship (4 podiums)
2001
  • 1st Formula France Championship (5 wins)
2000
  • 2nd Formula France Championship Junior Placing (1 win, 2 podiums)
  • 6th Formula France Championship (overall classification)
1999
  • 1st Alazard Contest
  • 2nd French Championship (Formula A)
  • 3rd European Championship (Formula A)
  • 2nd Monaco Kart Cup
  • 4th Kart World Cup Suzuka
1998
  • 2nd Alazard Contest
  • 2nd French Championship (Formula A)
  • 2nd Elf Masters Karting/Paris-Bercy
1997
  • 1st League Championship Intercontinental ICA
  • 5th Alazard Contest
  • 1st European Confederation Cup ICA
1996
  • 4th French Junior Championship
1995
  • 1st Younger League Championship
  • 5th Monaco Kart Cup
1994
  • 1st French and Minor League Championship (17 races, 17 wins)
  • 5th Minor French Championship
1993
  • 3rd Minor League Championship