Keisuke Kunimoto (国本 京佑 Kunimoto Keisuke?, born January 9, 1989 in Yokohama), birth name: Lee Gyeong-Woo (Korean: 이경우, Hanja: 李京佑), is a Japanese/Zainichi Korean race car driver who races with Japanese racing license.
His father, Yoshihiro Ri, also known as Yoshihiro Kunimoto, is the 1983 All Japan Karting Champion, and his uncle, Yoshihiko Ri, won same karting championship twice in 1980 and 1981. His mother is Japanese. His younger brother, Yuji, is also a race car driver.
Kunimoto began karting in 2001 when he was 12. After winning the All Japan Karting Championship FA Class in 2004, he entered Formula Toyota Racing School and took scholarship of Toyota. He began his car racing career in the 2005 Formula Toyota season, at the seventh round of the season in Tsukuba.
He competed in Formula Toyota and Formula Challenge Japan in 2006 and 2007, and won the championship of Formula Challenge Japan with three wins and ended runner-up in Formula Toyota in 2007.
2008 Macau Grand Prix
Formula Renault 3.5 Series
Kunimoto joined Epsilon Euskadi for the last two Formula Renault 3.5 Series rounds of the 2009 season. He replaced Spaniard Dani Clos in the team's line-up at the Nürburgring and at the season finale at the new Ciudad del Motor de Aragón circuit.
24 Hours of Le Mans results
|2009||Navi Team Goh|| Seiji Ara
|Porsche RS Spyder Evo||LMP2||339||DNF||DNF|
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- "Epsilon Euskadi announces World Series 2010 drivers’ line up". Epsilon Euskadi (Consultec). 2010-02-22. Retrieved 2010-03-07.
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