Alain Ferté

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Alain Ferté (born 8 October 1955 in Falaise, Calvados) is a professional racing driver. He is the elder brother of Michel Ferté, who is also a professional racing driver.

Alain Ferté competed five seasons in Formula 3000 1985–1989. He won the 1979 French Formula Renault Championship and the 1980 French F3 championship.[1]

He has also competed in GT racing for many years, driving cars such as the Porsche 911 GT1, Toyota MR2-based SARD MC8R, and Maserati MC12 GT1.

Racing record[edit]

Complete European Formula Two Championship results[edit]

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

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Pos Pts
1982 Maurer Motorsport Maurer MM82 BMW SIL
HOC
THR
NÜR
MUG
VAL
PAU
SPA
HOC
Ret
DON
MAN
PER
MIS
NC 0
1983 Maurer Motorsport Maurer MM83 BMW SIL
Ret
THR
14
HOC
12
NÜR
5
VAL
14
PAU
DSQ
JAR
5
DON
Ret
MIS
PER
ZOL
MUG
14th 4
1984 Martini Racing Martini 002 BMW SIL
HOC
THR
VAL
MUG
PAU
5
HOC
MIS
PER
DON
BRH
14th 2

Complete International Formula 3000 results[edit]

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

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Pos Points
1985 Lola Motorsport Lola T950 Cosworth SIL
8
THR
12
EST
7
VAL
Ret
9th 10
Corbari Italia March 85B PAU
Ret
SPA
2
DIJ
4
PER
ZEL
ZAN
Equipe Oreca DON
6
1986 ITI 3000 March 86B Cosworth SIL
13
VAL
Ret
PAU
Ret
SPA
14
IMO
3
MUG
7
PER
18
ZEL
14th 4
Oreca Motorsport BIR
Ret
Equipe Danielson AGS JH20B BUG
Ret
JAR
Ret
1987 First Racing March 87B Cosworth SIL
VAL
SPA
PAU
DON
PER
BRH
BIR
IMO
BUG
Ret
JAR
NC 0
1988 First Racing March 88B Judd JER
VAL
PAU
SIL
MNZ
PER
BRH
BIR
BUG
12
ZOL
DIJ
NC 0
1989 CoBRa Motorsport Reynard 89D Cosworth SIL
VAL
6
PAU
5
JER
PER
BRH
BIR
SPA
Ret
BUG
Ret
DIJ
13
16th 3

24 Hours of Le Mans results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1983 France Ford France France Jean Rondeau
France Michel Ferté
Rondeau M482-Ford Cosworth C 90 DNF DNF
1984 United States McCormack and Dodge United States Jim Mullen
United States Walt Bohren
Rondeau M482-Ford Cosworth C1 293 13th 10th
1986 Switzerland Brun Motorsport Belgium Thierry Boutsen
Belgium Didier Theys
Porsche 956 C1 89 DNF DNF
1987 Japan Italya Sports Sweden Anders Olofsson
France Patrick Gonin
Nissan R86V C1 86 DNF DNF
1989 United Kingdom Silk Cut Jaguar
United Kingdom Tom Walkinshaw Racing
France Michel Ferté
Chile Eliseo Salazar
Jaguar XJR-9LM C1 368 8th 7th
1990 United Kingdom Silk Cut Jaguar
United Kingdom Tom Walkinshaw Racing
United Kingdom Martin Brundle
United Kingdom David Leslie
Jaguar XJR-12 C1 220 DNF DNF
1991 Germany Team Sauber Mercedes France Jean-Louis Schlesser
Germany Jochen Mass
Mercedes-Benz C11 C2 319 DNF DNF
1992 France Peugeot Talbot Sport Austria Karl Wendlinger
Belgium Eric van de Poele
Peugeot 905 Evo 1B C1 208 DNF DNF
1994 France Courage Compétition France Henri Pescarolo
France Franck Lagorce
Courage C32LM-Porsche LMP1
C90
142 DNF DNF
1995 Japan SARD Co. Ltd. United Kingdom Kenny Acheson
Japan Tomiko Yoshikawa
SARD MC8-R-Toyota GT1 14 DNF DNF
1996 Japan Team Menicon SARD Co. Ltd. Italy Mauro Martini
France Pascal Fabre
SARD MC8-R-Toyota GT1 256 24th 15th
1997 France JB Racing Germany Jürgen von Gartzen
France Olivier Thévenin
Porsche 911 GT1 GT1 236 DNF DNF
2008 Monaco JMB Racing
United Kingdom Aucott Racing
United Kingdom Ben Aucott
France Stéphane Daoudi
Ferrari F430 GT2 GT2 312 25th 4th
2012 Monaco JMB Racing France Philippe Illiano
Portugal Manuel Rodrigues
Ferrari 458 Italia GTC GTE
Am
292 32nd 7th

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Alain Prost
French Formula Three
Champion

1980
Succeeded by
Philippe Streiff