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Frédéric Makowiecki

 

Frédéric Makowiecki

Frédéric Makowiecki
2011 24 Hours of Le Mans driver parade
Nationality France French
Born (1980-11-22) 22 November 1980 (age 33)
Arras (France)
2014 FIA GT1 World Championship
Debut season 2010
Current team Hexis AMR
Car no. 1
Former teams Marc VDS Racing Team
Starts 50
Wins 12
Poles 0
Fastest laps 0
Best finish 2nd in 2012
Previous series
2006-09
2006, 08
2005, 07-08, 10
2003-04, 06-10
2000
FIA GT3
FIA GT Championship
FFSA GT Championship
Porsche Carrera Cup France
French Formula Three

Frédéric Makowiecki (born 22 November 1980 in Arras) is a French racing driver currently competing in SUPER GT in Japan for Weider Modulo Dome Racing team as factory driver. He run in FIA World Endurance Championship with Aston Martin Racing as factory driver.

Career

After competing in karting, Makowiecki raced in Class B of the French Formula Three Championship, finishing fourth in class.[1]

Makowiecki began competing in the Porsche Carrera Cup France in 2003. He finished third in the standings in 2004 and 2009, and was runner-up in 2006 and 2007. He won the title in 2010 with 6 victories, 11 podiums and 3 pole.

He finished fourth in the 2009 FIA GT3 European Championship for Hexis Racing.

Makowiecki is racing for Hexis AMR in the new FIA GT1 World Championship in 2010. In 2011, he joined Marc VDS Racing Team on a Ford GT with 4 wins.

For 2012, Makowiecki compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship with Luxury Racing in GTE-Pro. He took the pole position in 24 Hours of Le Mans. he came back with FIA World Endurance Championship with Hexis Racing on a McLaren MP4-12C GT3 with 5 wins, 7 podiums and 2 pole. In october he won City Challenge in Baku. He also won Blancpain Endurance Series in Navarra.

In 2013, he run in FIA World Endurance Championship for Aston Martin Racing : 3rd in Silverstone, 2nd in Spa. He won Blancpain Endurance Series in Silverstone with Aston Martin Racing.

Racing record

Complete GT1 World Championship results

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Pos Points
2010 Hexis AMR Aston Martin ABU
QR

7
ABU
CR

Ret
SIL
QR

1
SIL
CR

2
BRN
QR

8
BRN
CR

9
PRI
QR

11
PRI
CR

9
SPA
QR

Ret
SPA
CR

5
NÜR
QR

Ret
NÜR
CR

7
ALG
QR

10
ALG
CR

6
NAV
QR

9
NAV
CR

2
INT
QR

15
INT
CR

13
SAN
QR

1
SAN
CR

1
3rd 105
2011 Marc VDS Racing Team Ford ABU
QR

1
ABU
CR

8
ZOL
QR

5
ZOL
CR

8
ALG
QR
ALG
CR
SAC
QR

1
SAC
CR

Ret
SIL
QR

NC
SIL
CR

Ret
NAV
QR
NAV
CR
PRI
QR

5
PRI
CR

6
ORD
QR

1
ORD
CR

1
BEI
QR
BEI
CR
SAN
QR
SAN
CR
11th 69
2012 Hexis Racing McLaren NOG
QR

DNS
NOG
CR

Ret
ZOL
QR

4
ZOL
CR

5
NAV
QR

1
NAV
QR

1
SVK
QR

9
SVK
CR

2
ALG
QR

4
ALG
CR

3
SVK
QR

8
SVK
CR

Ret
MOS
QR

4
MOS
CR

1
NUR
QR

Ret
NUR
CR

10
DON
QR

1
DON
CR

1
2nd 144

Complete Super GT results

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DC Pts
2013 Dome Racing Honda HSV-010 GT GT500 OKA
5
FUJ
10
SEP
4
SUG
Ret
SUZ
1
FUJ
5
AUT
5
MOT
7
4th 56

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
2011 France Luxury Racing Monaco Stéphane Ortelli
Brazil Jaime Melo
Ferrari 458 Italia GTC GTE
Pro
183 DNF DNF
2012 France Luxury Racing Brazil Jaime Melo
Germany Dominik Farnbacher
Ferrari 458 Italia GTC GTE
Pro
333 18th 2nd
2013 United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing Brazil Bruno Senna
United Kingdom Rob Bell
Aston Martin Vantage GTE GTE
Pro
252 DNF DNF

References

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Renaud Derlot
Porsche Carrera Cup France Champion
2010
Succeeded by
Kévin Estre
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