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Wolf Henzler

Personal Information

Nationality:
German
Date of Birth:
April 5, 1975
Place of Birth:
Nürtingen, Germany
Place of Residence:
Nürtingen, Germany
Family Status:
married, 2 children
Height/Weight:
174 cm/69 kg
Hobbies:
mountainbiking, skiing, fitness, golf
Internet:
www.wolfhenzler.com
Twitter:
@wolf_henzler

Sporting Career

2013
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • American Le Mans Championship (GT, 1st Petit Le Mans, 2 podiums)
2012
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 2nd 24h Daytona (GT)
  • American Le Mans Championship (GT, 1 win)
2011
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st 24h Daytona (GT)
  • 5th American Le Mans Series Championship (GT, 2 wins)
  • 5th 25h Thunderhill (overall classification)
2010
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (GT2)
  • 1st 24h Spa (overall classification)
  • 3rd 24h Daytona (GT)
  • American Le Mans Series Championship
2009
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 3rd American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 3 podiums)
  • 3rd 24h Nürburgring (overall classification)
  • Grand-Am Series Championship (GT, 1 podium)
2008
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 1st 12h Sebring)
2007
  • 3rd American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 6 podiums)
  • Grand-Am Series Championship (GT, 2 podiums)
2006
  • Winner Porsche Cup Award
  • 2nd Grand-Am Series Championship (GT, 5 wins, 6 podiums)
  • 4th American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 1 win, 4 podiums)
2005
  • 4th Speed World Challenge (GT, 2 wins)
  • 4th American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2)
  • 1st 24h Daytona (GT)
2004
  • 1st Porsche Michelin Supercup Championship (9 wins)
  • 2nd Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland Championship (3 wins)
  • 2nd American Le Mans Series/ Petit Le Mans (GT)
  • Speed World Challenge (GT, 2 wins in 2 races)
2003
  • 2nd Porsche Michelin Supercup Championship (3 wins)
  • 4th Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland Championship (1 win)
2002
  • 4th Porsche Michelin Supercup Championship (3 wins)
  • 6th Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland Championship
2001
  • 6th Porsche Pirelli Supercup Championship
2000
  • 8th Porsche Pirelli Supercup Championship
1999
  • FIA Formula 3000 Championship
1998
  • 3rd German Formula 3 Championship (2 wins)
1997
  • 4th German Formula 3 Championship (2 wins)
  • 2nd Formula 3 Monaco Grand Prix
1996
  • German Formula 3 Championship
1995
  • 3rd German Formula 3 Championship (Class B, 5 wins)
1994
  • 5th German Opel Championship (2 wins)
1993
  • 4th German Formula BMW Championship (2 wins)
1992
  • German Formula BMW Championship (Rookie of the Year)
1991
  • 1st German Junior Kart Championship
1990
  • 3rd Junior Kart Championship of South Germany