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Stefan Mucke

Stefan Mücke
24 Hours of Le Mans career
Participating years 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010,2011,2012
Teams Charouz Racing Systems, Aston Martin Racing
Best finish 3rd (2012)

Stefan Mücke (born 22 November 1981 in Berlin) is a German auto racing driver.

Racing career

Mücke started his racing career in 1998, when he won the Formula BMW ADAC series, with his father's Mücke Motorsport team, also making their debut. He competed in German Formula Three for his father's team for the next three years, before moving to the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters for 2002. He raced Mercedes for Team Rosberg, Persson Motorsport and Mücke Motorsport in his four years in the series.

In 2007, Mücke moved into sports car racing,[1] in the FIA GT Championship for the AllInkl.com team in a Lamborghini Murciélago R-GT, and in the Le Mans Series and the 24 Hours of Le Mans for Charouz Racing Systems in their Lola. He continued to race with Charouz in 2008. In 2009 he competed at the Le Mans Series for Aston Martin Racing. He recorded three consecutive top-ten finishes in the LMP1 class at Le Mans.

On June 5, 2011, Mücke was involved in incident with Richard Westbrook during FIA GT1 World Championship race at Silverstone. First, Westbrook hit Mücke who spun as a result, while Westbrook damaged his own car. Mücke continued and clipped ahead of Westbrook who was driving down Hangar Straight. Both cars were wrecked as a result, and were out of the race. Mücke received 10-place grid penalty for the next race and he was also reported to DMSB to have his licence withdrawn.[2]

For 2012, Mücke will compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship with Aston Martin Racing in a GTE-Pro class Aston Martin Vantage.

In the 80th., edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2012, Mücke and the Aston Martin Racing got the third place in the GTE-Pro class along with his co-drivers the Mexican Adrián Fernández and the British Darren Turner, their Aston Martin Vantage 4.5 L-V8 covered a total of 332 laps (2,811.65 miles), in the Circuit de la Sarthe without failure or serious mechanical problems. Also the team achieved the fastest lap of the category with 3 minutes and 54.928 seconds.[3][4]

Racing record

Complete Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DC Points
2002 Team Rosberg AMG-Mercedes CLK-DTM 2001 HOC
QR

12
HOC
CR

Ret
ZOL
QR

15
ZOL
CR

11
DON
QR

15
DON
CR

13
SAC
QR

17
SAC
CR

Ret
NOR
QR

9
NOR
CR

Ret
LAU
QR

18
LAU
CR

16
NÜR
QR

12
NÜR
CR

17
A1R
QR

20
A1R
CR

14
ZAN
QR

19
ZAN
CR

15
HOC
QR

10
HOC
CR

8
20th 0
2003 Team Rosberg AMG-Mercedes CLK-DTM 2002 HOC
17
ADR
Ret
NÜR
15
LAU
DNS
NOR
15
DON
11
NÜR
12
A1R
11
ZAN
17
HOC
14
20th 0
2004 Persson Motorsport AMG-Mercedes CLK-DTM 2003 HOC
18†
EST
14
ADR
7
LAU
Ret
NOR
15†
SHA1
10
NÜR
10
OSC
17
ZAN
17
BRN
11
HOC
10
15th 2
2005 Mücke Motorsport AMG-Mercedes C-Klasse 2004 HOC
7
LAU
8
SPA
12
BRN
Ret
OSC
11
NOR
Ret
NÜR
17
ZAN
Ret
LAU
Ret
IST
9
HOC
11
18th 3
2006 Mücke Motorsport AMG-Mercedes C-Klasse 2005 HOC
Ret
LAU
12
OSC
12
BRH
13
NOR
4
NÜR
11
ZAN
7
CAT
12
BUG
15
HOC
Ret
12th 7

1 - Shanghai was a non-championship round.

  • † — Retired, but was classified as he completed 90% of the winner's race distance.

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 Young Driver AMR Aston Martin ABU
QR

4
ABU
CR

Ret
SIL
QR

Ret
SIL
CR

5
BRN
QR

11
BRN
CR

Ret
PRI
QR

Ret
PRI
CR

20
SPA
QR

3
SPA
CR

Ret
NÜR
QR

9
NÜR
CR

5
ALG
QR

15
ALG
CR

11
NAV
QR

DNS
NAV
CR

DNS
INT
QR

12
INT
CR

11
SAN
QR

Ret
SAN
CR

5
20th 34
2011 Young Driver AMR Aston Martin ABU
QR

Ret
ABU
CR

5
ZOL
QR

Ret
ZOL
CR

7
ALG
QR

4
ALG
CR

2
SAC
QR

3
SAC
CR

3
SIL
QR

Ret
SIL
CR

Ret
NAV
QR

6
NAV
CR

Ret
PRI
QR

3
PRI
CR

2
ORD
QR

7
ORD
CR

5
BEI
QR

2
BEI
CR

1
SAN
QR

DNS
SAN
CR

DNS
2nd 120

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
2007 Czech Republic Charouz Racing System Czech Republic Jan Charouz
Malaysia Alex Yoong
Lola B07/17-Judd LMP1 338 8th 5th
2008 Czech Republic Charouz Racing System
United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing
Czech Republic Jan Charouz
Czech Republic Tomáš Enge
Lola B08/60-Aston Martin LMP1 354 9th 9th
2009 Czech Republic AMR Eastern Europe Czech Republic Jan Charouz
Czech Republic Tomáš Enge
Lola-Aston Martin B09/60 LMP1 373 4th 4th
2010 United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing Switzerland Harold Primat
Mexico Adrián Fernández
Lola-Aston Martin B09/60 LMP1 365 6th 5th
2011 United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing United Kingdom Darren Turner
Austria Christian Klien
Aston Martin AMR-One LMP1 4 DNF DNF
2012 United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing Mexico Adrián Fernández
United Kingdom Darren Turner
Aston Martin Vantage GTE GTE
Pro
332 19th 3rd

References

External links

  • Official website
Sporting positions
Preceded by
None
Formula BMW ADAC
Drivers' Champion

2002
Succeeded by
André Lotterer
Preceded by
Alexandre Prémat
Mike Rockenfeller
Le Mans Series Champion
2009 with:
Jan Charouz
Tomáš Enge
Succeeded by
Stéphane Sarrazin
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