Marc Duez

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Marc Duez (born 18 April 1957) is a race and rally driver from Belgium.[1][2]

He won the 24 Hours Nürburgring several times, and also the 24 Hours Spa.

Duez also has competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Andros Trophy.

For years now Marc Duez has been a resprentative for the RACB, the Royal Automobil Club of Belgium. He strongly promotes the Driver's Academy and the Belgian Racing Circuits.

Also since 2009 Marc Duez has been racing for Fun Still Exists, also known as FSE. For this team he has been racing the Legend Boucles de Spa 2010 and Ypres Historic Rally 2010, and also the Legend Boucles de Spa 2011.

Career results[edit]

WRC results[edit]

Year Entrant Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos. Points
1983 Things Opel Manta GT/E MON SWE POR
16
KEN
FRA GRC
ARG BRA FIN
ITA
CIV 64th 1
Marc Duez GBR
Ret
1986 Austin Rover World Championship Team MG Metro 6R4 MON SWE POR
Ret
KEN FRA GRE NZL ARG FIN CIV ITA
Ret
GBR
Ret
USA NC 0
1987 Rothmans Motul BMW BMW M3 MON SWE POR KEN FRA
6
GRC USA NZL ARG FIN CIV ITA GBR 35th 6
1988 Bastos Motul BMW BMW M3 MON SWE POR KEN FRA
Ret
GRE USA NZL ARG FIN CIV ITA GBR NC 0
1989 BMW Fina BMW M3 SWE MON
8
POR
5
KEN FRA
6
GRE NZL ARG FIN
12
AUS ITA
7
CIV GBR 13th 21
1990 Ford Fina Rally Team Ford Sierra RS Cosworth MON POR
8
KEN FRA
Ret
GRE NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA
14
CIV GBR
Ret
47th 3
1991 Toyota Team Europe Celica GT-Four ST165 MON
11
SWE POR
Ret
KEN FRA
4
GRE NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV ESP GBR
8
16th 3
1998 Team Gamma Mitsubishi Carisma GT Evo IV MON
20
SWE KEN NC 0
SEAT Sport Seat Ibiza GTi 16V POR
Ret
ESP FRA ARG GRC NZL FIN
Córdoba WRC ITA
16
AUS
Ret
GBR
1999 Team Gamma Mitsubishi Carisma GT Evo V MON
10
SWE KEN POR ESP FRA ARG GRE NZL FIN CHN ITA AUS GBR NC 0
2014 Marc Duez Porsche 996 GT3 MON
Ret
SWE MEX POR ARG ITA POL FIN GER AUS FRA ESP GBR NC* 0*

* Season in progress.

24 Hours of Le Mans results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1983 Germany Belga Team Joest Racing Belgium Jean-Michel Martin
Belgium Philippe Martin
Porsche 936C C 9 DNF DNF
1987 United Kingdom Ecurie Ecosse United Kingdom David Leslie
United Kingdom Ray Mallock
Ecosse C286-Ford Cosworth C2 308 8th 2nd
1988 Japan Mazdaspeed Co. Ltd. Japan Yoshimi Katayama
United Kingdom David Leslie
Mazda 767 GTP 330 17th 2nd
1989 Japan Mazdaspeed Co. Ltd. Japan Yojiro Terada
Germany Volker Weidler
Mazda 767 GTP 339 12th 3rd
1990 Germany Obermaier Racing Germany Jürgen Oppermann
Germany Harald Grohs
Porsche 962C C1 140 DNF DNF
1993 France Écurie Toison d'Or Belgium Eric Bachelart
Belgium Philip Verellen
Venturi 500LM GT 267 25th 9th
1996 Italy Team Bigazzi SRL
Germany Team BMW Motorsport
France Jacques Laffite
United Kingdom Steve Soper
McLaren F1 GTR GT1 318 11th 9th
1997 France Viper Team Oreca United States Tommy Archer
France Soheil Ayari
Chrysler Viper GTS-R GT2 76 DNF DNF
1998 France Viper Team Oreca Austria Karl Wendlinger
Netherlands Patrick Huisman
Chrysler Viper GTS-R GT2 28 DNF DNF
1999 France Viper Team Oreca United States Tommy Archer
United Kingdom Justin Bell
Chrysler Viper GTS-R GTS 318 12th 2nd
2000 France Viper Team Oreca United States Tommy Archer
Netherlands Patrick Huisman
Chrysler Viper GTS-R GTS 324 12th 5th
2002 France DAMS France Jérôme Policand
United Kingdom Perry McCarthy
Panoz LMP-1 Roadster-S LMP900 98 DNF DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ Henry, Alan (2005). Driven man : David Richards, Prodrive, and the race to win. Osceola, Wis.: Motorbooks International. p. 55. ISBN 978-0-7603-2175-1. Retrieved 18 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "SRT Zolder 24H race summary". MotorSport.com. 27 August 2006. Retrieved 18 January 2011. 
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Jean-Louis Schlesser
Race of Champions
Classic Master

1995
Succeeded by
Walter Röhrl