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Patrick Long

Personal Information

Nationality:
American
Date of Birth:
July 28, 1981
Place of Birth:
Thousand Oaks, CA
Place of Residence:
Manhattan Beach, CA, USA
Family Status:
married, 1 child
Height/Weight:
174 cm/67 kg
Hobbies:
Surfing, Vintage Cars, Hiking
Internet:
www.patricklong.com
Twitter:
@pLmotorsport

Sporting Career

2017
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st Pirelli World Challenge Championship (GT, 4 wins)
  • 2nd Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 (overall classification, 1st ProAm)
  • 24h Le Mans (GTE Am)
2016
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 2nd Pirelli World Challenge Championship (GT, 3 wins)
  • World Endurance Championship (GTE Am, 2 wins, 3rd Le Mans)
  • Tudor United SportsCar Championship (GTD, 2nd Daytona)
2015
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • World Endurance Championship (GTE Am, 1 win, 2 podiums)
  • 2nd 24h Le Mans (GTE Am)
  • Tudor United SportsCar Championship (GTLM, 3rd Sebring)
2014
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • Tudor United SportsCar Championship (GTLM, 1st Sebring, 4 podiums)
  • 1st North American Endurance Cup Driver Championship (GTLM)
  • 2nd 12h Bathurst (Class B)
2013
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 5th Grand-Am Series Championship (GT, 3 podiums)
  • American Le Mans Series Championship (GT, 2 podiums)
  • 1st Tecate Score Baja 1000 (class 12)
2012
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 5th American Le Mans Series Championship (GT, 1 win, 2 podiums)
  • Pirelli World Challenge Championship (GT, 1st Salt Lake City)
2011
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st Pirelli World Challenge Championship (GT, 4 overall wins)
  • 4th American Le Mans Series Championship (GT, 1 win, 2 podiums)
  • Intercontinental Le Mans Cup (GTE-Am, 2 races, 2 podiums)
  • 1st 24h Nürburgring (GTH)
  • VLN/Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstrecke Nürburgring (2 races, 1 win)
2010
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 4 wins)
  • 1st Intercontinental Le Mans Cup (GTH, 1st Zuhai)
  • 2nd 24h Spa (overall classification)
  • 2nd 24h Daytona (GT Class)
2009
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 6 wins)
  • 1st 24h Daytona (GT)
  • 24h Le Mans (GT2, fastest race lap)
2008
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 3rd American Le Mans Series Championship (LMP2, 5 podiums)
  • Grand-Am Series Championship (GT, 1st Salt Lake City)
  • 24h Daytona (DP)
  • 24h Le Mans (GT2, pole position)
  • 24h Spa (GT2)
2007
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (GT2)
  • 2nd 24h Spa (GT2)
  • American Le Mans Series Championship (LMP2, 1st Petit Le Mans)
  • American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 3rd Sebring)
  • Grand-Am Series Championship (DP, 1st Laguna Seca overall)
2006
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 3rd American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 3 wins incl. Petit Le Mans, 1 pole position, 6 podiums)
  • GrandAm Series Championship (2 wins, 4 pole positions, 7 podiums)
2005
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st American Le Mans Series Championship (GT2, 5 wins)
  • 2nd 24h Le Mans (GT2)
  • 24h Daytona (GT, fastest race lap)
2004
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 6th American Le Mans Series Championship (GT)
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (GT)
  • 1st FIA GT Festival of Bahrain (GT)
2003
  • UPS Porsche-Junior
  • 7th Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland Championship (1 win, 1 pole position)
  • Porsche Michelin Supercup (5 races, 2 podiums, 1 pole position)
2002
  • Winner UPS Porsche-Junior driver selection
  • Finalist Red Bull US Formula 1 driver selection
  • 8th British Formula Renault Championship (1 win, 1 pole position)
2001
  • 1st Belgian Formula Ford Euro-Festival Spa
  • 2nd British Formula Ford Championship (3 wins)
2000
  • Winner Skip Barber „Big Scholarship“, Dodge Pro Series (USA)
  • British Formula Ford
1999
  • 2nd Skip Barber Formula Dodge 2.0 Championship (USA)
  • 3rd Formula Renault Campus Championship (F)
1998
  • 1st WKA Constructor’s Cup (Formula A)
  • 1st Italian Winter Cup (Formula A)
  • 2nd CIK-FIA North American Championship (2 wins in Las Vegas)
1990 - 1997
  • National Champion IKF years 1992, 1995, 1997