Michael Krumm

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Michael Krumm
Michael Krumm 2010 Motorsport Japan.jpg
Krumm in 2010.
Nationality Germany German
Born (1970-03-19) 19 March 1970 (age 44)
Reutlingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
2014 Super GT
Debut season 1995
Current team Kondo Racing
Car no. 24
Former teams Nismo, TOM'S
Starts 108
Wins 5
Previous series
1988–1989
1990
1993
1994
19941997
1995–2004
1998
19992001
2001
2005
2007
2009
German Formula Ford
German Formula Vauxhall
German Formula Three Championship
All-Japan Formula Three
Japanese F3000 / Formula Nippon
JGTC (excluding 1998)
DTM
Formula Nippon
Champ Car
European Le Mans Series
FIA GT Championship
Championship titles
1989
1990
1994
1997, 2003
2011
German Formula Ford
German Formula Vauxhall
All-Japan Formula Three
JGTC (GT500)
FIA GT1 World Championship
24 Hours of Le Mans career
Participating years 1998 - 1999, 2002, 2005, 2012 - 2013
Teams Nismo/TWR, Audi Sport Team Joest, Rollcentre Racing
Best finish 3rd (2002)
Class wins 0

Michael Krumm (born 19 March 1970 in Reutlingen, Germany) is an auto racing driver who won the 2011 FIA GT1 World Championship driving for JR Motorsports.

Biography[edit]

Krumm married Japanese tennis player Kimiko Date on 1 December 2001 at St. Mary's Cathedral, Tokyo. They currently reside in Tokyo.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Krumm during the 2007 Formula Nippon season.

Complete Japanese Formula 3000/Formula Nippon results[edit]

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

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DC Points
1994 Dome SUZ
FUJ
MIN
SUZ
SUG
FUJ
SUZ
FUJ
4
FUJ
7
SUZ
15
11th 3
1995 Stellar International SUZ
FUJ
MIN
Ret
SUZ
Ret
SUG
Ret
FUJ
Ret
TOK
7
FUJ
Ret
SUZ
7
NC 0
1996 Stellar SUZ
4
MIN
6
FUJ
11
TOK
16
SUZ
11
SUG
9
FUJ
Ret
MIN
Ret
SUZ
Ret
FUJ
Ret
15th 4
1997 Stellar SUZ
Ret
MIN
13
FUJ
Ret
SUZ
SUG
FUJ
MIN
11th 7
Team LeMans MOT
6
FUJ
Team Cerumo SUZ
10
1999 Team 5ZIGEN SUZ
MOT
5
MIN
Ret
FUJ
3
SUZ
11
SUG
4
FUJ
9
MIN
4
MOT
Ret
SUZ
2
5th 18
2000 Team 5ZIGEN SUZ
2
MOT
2
MIN
2
FUJ
Ret
SUZ
3
SUG
5
MOT
2
FUJ
5
MIN
Ret
SUZ
4
2nd 35
2001 Team 5ZIGEN SUZ
Ret
MOT
4
MIN
4
FUJ
2
SUZ
Ret
SUG
6
FUJ
3
MIN
Ret
MOT
7
SUZ
4
7th 20
2002 Team Impul SUZ
7
FUJ
7
MIN
SUZ
MOT
SUG
FUJ
MIN
MOT
SUZ
NC 0
2007 Team Impul FUJ
6
SUZ
7
MOT
7
OKA
8
SUZ
5
FUJ
Ret
SUG
Ret
MOT
15
SUZ
Ret
10th 12

Complete JGTC/Super GT results[edit]

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

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DC Pts
1995 Toyota Castrol Team Toyota Supra GT1 SUZ
6
FUJ
6
SEN
1
FUJ
Ret
SUG
7
MIN
4
5th 46
1996 Taku Motorsport Porsche 911 GT500 SUZ
FUJ
SEN
FUJ
Ret
SUG
MIN
NC 0
1997 Toyota Castrol Team Toyota Supra GT500 SUZ
14
FUJ
3
SEN
1
FUJ
2
MIN
1
SUG
15
1st 67
1998 Impul Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 SUZ
FUJ
C
SEN
FUJ
MOT
MIN
SUG
NC 0
1999 NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 SUZ
5
FUJ
SUG
9
MIN
12
FUJ
12
TAI
2
MOT
2
6th 40
2000 NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 MOT
6
FUJ
2
SUG
11
FUJ
6
TAI
11
MIN
Ret
SUZ
4
8th 37
2001 NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 TAI
4
FUJ
3
SUG
Ret
FUJ
1
MOT
10
SUZ
8
MIN
6
5th 52
2002 NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 TAI
11
FUJ
7
SUG
7
SEP
4
FUJ
2
MOT
10
MIN
2
SUZ
Ret
8th 51
2003 NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 TAI
2
FUJ
4
SUG
3
FUJ
5
FUJ
2
MOT
11
AUT
5
SUZ
3
1st 86
2004 NISMO Nissan Fairlady Z GT500 TAI
9
SUG
Ret
SEP
6
TOK
1
MOT
8
AUT
9
SUZ
Ret
9th 39
2005 NISMO Nissan Fairlady Z GT500 OKA
12
FUJ
2
SEP
6
SUG
7
MOT
4
FUJ
9
AUT
2
SUZ
8
5th 57
2006 NISMO Nissan Fairlady Z GT500 SUZ
12
OKA
3
FUJ
9
SEP
2
SUG
3
SUZ
2
MOT
10
AUT
6
FUJ
6
4th 75
2007 NISMO Nissan Fairlady Z GT500 SUZ
5
OKA
3
FUJ
2
SEP
10
SUG
Ret
SUZ
6
MOT
2
AUT
4
FUJ
9
5th 63
2008 NISMO Nissan GT-R GT500 SUZ
2
OKA
15
FUJ
12
SEP
2
SUG
13
SUZ
4
MOT
7
AUT
5
FUJ
11
7th 57
2009 NISMO Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
SUZ
FUJ
SEP
SUG
SUZ
6
FUJ
AUT
MOT
18th 5
2012 NISMO Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
4
FUJ
3
SEP
7
SUG
Ret
SUZ
5
FUJ
11
AUT
6
MOT
6
8th 40
2013 Kondo Racing Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
13
FUJ
12
SEP
13
SUG
5
SUZ
Ret
FUJ
10
AUT
6
MOT
9
13th 14
2014 Kondo Racing Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
12
FUJ
4
AUT
13
SUG
10
FUJ
15
SUZ
9
BUR
2
MOT
4
10th 35

24 Hours of Le Mans results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1998 Japan Nissan Motorsports
United Kingdom TWR
Denmark John Nielsen
France Franck Lagorce
Nissan R390 GT1 GT1 342 5th 5th
1999 Japan Nissan Motorsports Japan Satoshi Motoyama
France Érik Comas
Nissan R391 LMP 110 DNF DNF
2002 Germany Audi Sport Team Joest Germany Marco Werner
Austria Philipp Peter
Audi R8 LMP900 372 3rd 3rd
2005 United Kingdom Rollcentre Racing United Kingdom Bobby Verdon-Roe
Switzerland Harold Primat
Dallara SP1-Nissan LMP1 133 DNF DNF
2012 United States Highcroft Racing United Kingdom Marino Franchitti
Japan Satoshi Motoyama
DeltaWing-Nissan UNC 75 DNF DNF
2013 United Kingdom Greaves Motorsport United Kingdom Jann Mardenborough
Spain Lucas Ordóñez
Zytek Z11SN - Nissan LMP2 327 9th 3rd

American open-wheel racing results[edit]

(key)

CART[edit]

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Rank Points
2001 Dale Coyne Racing Mexico
MTY
Ret
United States
LBH
15
United States
TXS
United States
NZR
Japan
MOT
United States
MIL
United States
DET
United States
POR
United States
CLE
Canada
TOR
United States
MIS
United States
CHI
United States
MDO
United States
ROA
Canada
VAN
Germany
LAU
United Kingdom
ROC
United States
HOU
United States
LS
Australia
SRF
United States
FON
31st 0

Complete GT1 World Championship results[edit]

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 Sumo Power GT Nissan ABU
QR

11
ABU
CR

16
SIL
QR

8
SIL
CR

Ret
BRN
QR

3
BRN
CR

3
PRI
QR

9
PRI
CR

2
SPA
QR

8
SPA
CR

Ret
NÜR
QR

Ret
NÜR
CR

15
ALG
QR

1
ALG
CR

4
NAV
QR

16
NAV
CR

Ret
INT
QR

2
INT
CR

6
SAN
QR

6
SAN
CR

Ret
9th 71
2011 JR Motorsports Nissan ABU
QR

3
ABU
CR

14
ZOL
QR

7
ZOL
CR

9
ALG
QR

2
ALG
CR

1
SAC
QR

11
SAC
CR

9
SIL
QR

2
SIL
CR

1
NAV
QR

9
NAV
CR

6
PRI
QR

1
PRI
CR

1
ORD
QR

11
ORD
CR

9
BEI
QR

4
BEI
CR

3
SAN
QR

2
SAN
CR

Ret
1st 137

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Krumm sets the date" crash.net 24 August 2010
  2. ^ Dwyre, Bill (25 August 2014). "Venus Williams (age 34) and Kimiko Date-Krumm (43) refresh U.S. Open". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 22 September 2014. 


External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Tom Kristensen
All-Japan Formula Three Champion
1994
Succeeded by
Pedro de la Rosa
Preceded by
David Brabham
John Nielsen
All-Japan Grand Touring Car Champion (GT500)
1997 with:
Pedro de la Rosa
Succeeded by
Érik Comas
Masami Kageyama
Preceded by
Juichi Wakisaka
Akira Iida
All-Japan Grand Touring Car Champion (GT500)
2003 with:
Satoshi Motoyama
Succeeded by
Satoshi Motoyama
Richard Lyons
Preceded by
Michael Bartels
Andrea Bertolini
FIA GT1 World Champion
2011 with:
Lucas Luhr
Succeeded by
Marc Basseng
Markus Winkelhock