Ryan Briscoe

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Ryan Briscoe
Ryan Briscoe - August 2014 - Sarah Stierch.jpg
Briscoe at the Sonoma Raceway in August 2014
Nationality Australian
Born (1981-09-24) 24 September 1981 (age 33)
IndyCar Series career
Debut season 2005
Former teams Dreyer & Reinbold Racing (2006)
Luczo-Dragon Racing (2007)
Team Penske (2008–2012)
Ganassi Racing (2005, 2013, 2014)
Starts 131
Wins 8
Poles 13
Fastest laps 10
Best finish 3rd in 2009
American Le Mans Series
Years active 2007, 2008, 2013
Teams Penske
Level 5 Motorsports
Car no. 551
Starts 22
Wins 8 (6 class, 2 outright)
Poles 0
Fastest laps 2
Best finish 3rd (LMP2) in 2007
Previous series
2001
2002
2003
2006
Italian Formula Renault
Formula 3000 and German F3
Formula Three Euroseries
Champ Car World Series
Championship titles
2001
2003
Italian Formula Renault
Formula Three Euroseries

Ryan Briscoe (born 24 September 1981) is an Australian professional racing driver from Sydney who has raced open wheel and sports cars in Europe and America.

He has been married to ESPN motorsport reporter Nicole Briscoe (née Manske), since 2009.

Career biography[edit]

Early career[edit]

In addition to his native English, Briscoe speaks Italian and French. He attended Trinity Grammar School in Summer Hill, Sydney, Australia.

Like many racing drivers, he started his career in karting, first racing in 1993. After winning Australian, North American and Italian championships, he moved to Formula Renault in 2000. He won the Italian Championship in 2001 (winning 5 races) and finished 4th running a limited schedule in the Eurocup (with 2 wins in 6 races). In 2002, he became test driver for the Toyota Formula One constructor. He started that year racing in the Formula 3000 series, but struggled and left his ride after 7 races. He finished the year in the German Formula 3 series, taking 3 podiums in the last 6 rounds. He won the Formula Three Euroseries in 2003 (winning 8 races in the process). He became the Toyota F1 team's 'third' driver (i.e., drove the team's test car on Fridays at Grands Prix) for the last third of the 2004 season, after previous third driver Ricardo Zonta was called up to replace Cristiano da Matta.

2005[edit]

There were rumors[1] that Briscoe was set to race for the Jordan Grand Prix F1 team in 2005, due to the team's acquisition of Toyota power. Instead, Briscoe raced for Target Chip Ganassi Racing in the Indy Racing League,[1] including a 10th place finish in the Indianapolis 500. He also made his Rolex Grand-Am début with Ganassi at the 24 Hours of Daytona. He took pole position at Sears Point, but struggled on the ovals and was involved in several crashes.

On 11 September 2005 he was involved in a violent crash at Chicagoland Speedway, breaking both clavicles among other injuries. His car climbed on top of the Red Bull entry driven by Alex Barron and went airborne into the catch fencing above the retaining wall and snapping in two. He was released from the hospital on 19 September and following some initial treatment in the USA, moved to the specialist Formula Medicine facility in Viareggio, Italy, for the bulk of his rehabilitation. It took 8 weeks for Briscoe to recover from the injuries he sustained in the crash. His official web site announced his return to the USA on 14 November 2005.

2006[edit]

Briscoe was dropped by Ganassi for 2006, replaced by 2005 IRL champion Dan Wheldon. During the winter, he tested with fellow Australian and Champ Car owner Kevin Kalkhoven's PKV Racing team. Briscoe also tested for the Mi Jack Conquest team. Briscoe competed in the 2006 24 Hours of Daytona with 2005 Champions Wayne Taylor, Max Angelelli and Emmanuel Collard, but the team withdrew due to accident damage before Briscoe's turn to drive.

Ryan Briscoe waits for a qualification attempt at Indy in 2007

In 2006, Briscoe was announced as an endurance driver for Holden Racing Team, set to partner Jim Richards at the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000. He also drove in the A1 Grand Prix race at Laguna Seca in the USA for A1 Team Australia, scoring three points. At the Indy 500 he was a surprise late driver of the #48 car for A. J. Foyt Racing – the deal was so late he was still having his seat fitting with less than half an hour of Bump Day qualifying left, and he never got out on the track to attempt a qualifying run. He returned to the IRL the following week and drove the #5 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Dallara to a third place finish at Watkins Glen International, a road course. He returned to the Dreyer & Reinbold team on a three race deal for the short speedways in the second half of the season, but recorded DNF's in 2 of his 3 races with the team. He then was tabbed to replace the injured Cristiano da Matta in the final two races of the Champ Car season for the RuSPORT team, including his home country's race at Surfers Paradise.

2007[edit]

Briscoe signed a deal to drive for Penske Racing's Porsche LMP2 car in the American Le Mans Series and was named to a ride in the Indy 500 in a car owned by Stephen J. Luczo and Jay Penske with equipment leased from defending '500' champion Penske Racing.

Driving the #12 Symantec Luczo Dragon Racing machine, Briscoe qualified 7th with a four lap average speed of 224.410. In the race on 28 May 2007, he completed all 166 laps before the race was called due to a driving rain. Briscoe finished 5th amongst the 33 participants earning him $302,305 and 30 driver points.

2008–2012: Team Penske[edit]

Briscoe at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May 2008.

Ryan Briscoe signed to drive for Penske's IndyCar team as a race driver for the 2008 IndyCar Series season, replacing the former driver Sam Hornish, Jr., who started racing full–time in Penske's NASCAR team in 2008.

Briscoe knocked himself out of the Indianapolis 500 along with Danica Patrick when Briscoe came out of the pits and ran into Patrick tearing up her suspension and tearing the front end of Briscoe's car. Patrick and Briscoe were fined $100,000 and placed on probation at the end of the 2008 season.[2]

Briscoe earned his first career win at Milwaukee the week after Indy, holding off Scott Dixon and avoiding a late crash involving Marco Andretti, Ed Carpenter, and Vitor Meira. Briscoe became the sixth driver in IndyCar history to score his first win while driving for Penske, following Mark Donohue (in 1971), Tom Sneva (1975), Rick Mears (1978), Paul Tracy (1993), and teammate Hélio Castroneves (2000). He followed up his first career win with a victory, shortly after the halfway point of the season, at the Honda 200 on the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

Briscoe also became the first Australian to claim victory at the Surfers Paradise Indy event on 26 October 2008, after countryman and favorite, Will Power, crashed out early in the race.

In sportscars, Briscoe continued to drive for Penske Racing in the American Le Mans Series. Briscoe scored his only class victory that year at Petit Le Mans, winning with fellow Indycar driver Helio Castroneves.

Briscoe at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May 2009.

2013[edit]

At the beginning of 2013, Ryan Briscoe was unable to secure an Indycar ride; instead, he was hired by Level 5 Motorsports to drive an HPD ARX-03b in the P2 class of the 2013 12 Hours of Sebring. Briscoe won the race with Scott Tucker and Marino Franchitti, his first ALMS P2 class win since 2008. Later, just before the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, Level 5 announced it had signed Briscoe on as a full-season P2 driver with Tucker.[3]

Just before the 2013 Grand Prix of Alabama, Chip Ganassi Racing announced they had signed Ryan Briscoe to return to the team for the Indy 500 as a 3rd driver.[4]

Following the 2013 Indianapolis 500, Panther Racing announced that it had signed Briscoe to replace J. R. Hildebrand in the #4 National Guard car from Detroit onward.

2014[edit]

Following Dario Franchitti's retirement, Tony Kanaan moved from a planned fourth Ganassi Racing car, and Briscoe took over the #8 NTT Data car from Kanaan. He finished 11th in the points and failed to finish on the podium. He parted ways with Ganassi at the end of the season, as the No. 8 car needed more funding to continue.[5]

2015[edit]

For the 2015 IndyCar Series season Briscoe had been in negotiations to race for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, but that fell through when financial arrangements could not made for the team to field a third car. However, Briscoe was named the replacement driver for James Hinchcliffe at the 2015 Indianapolis 500 after Hinchcliffe suffered a severe injury after qualifying for the race.[6]

Racing record[edit]

Career summary[edit]

Season Series Team Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points Position
2000 Formula Renault 2000 Italy Prema Powerteam 1 0 0 0 0 16 17th
2001 Formula Renault 2000 Italy Prema Powerteam 10 5 3 1 7 226 1st
Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup 6 2 1 2 3 102 4th
German Formula Three 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC†
French Formula Three 1 0 0 0 1 0 NC†
Masters of Formula 3 1 0 0 0 0 N/A NC
2002 German Formula Three Prema Powerteam 12 0 0 0 3 16 13th
International Formula 3000 7 0 0 0 0 0 NC
French Formula Three 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC†
Italian Formula Three 1 0 0  ? 0 0 NC†
Masters of Formula 3 1 0 0 0 0 N/A NC
2003 Formula 3 Euro Series Prema Powerteam 20 8 4 5 10 110 1st
British Formula Three 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC†
Macau Grand Prix 1 0 0 0 0 N/A 7th
Masters of Formula 3 1 0 0 1 1 N/A 3rd
2004 Formula One Panasonic Toyota Racing Test driver
2005 IndyCar Series Target Chip Ganassi Racing 14 0 1 1 0 232 19th
Rolex Sports Car Series CompUSA Chip Ganassi 1 0 0 0 0 24 68th
2005–06 A1 Grand Prix A1 Team Australia 4 0 0 0 1 51 13th
2006 IndyCar Series Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 4 0 0 0 1 83 21st
Champ Car World Series RuSPORT 2 0 0 0 0 17 21st
Rolex Sports Car Series SunTrust Racing 2 0 0 0 2 62 61st
V8 Supercar Holden Racing Team 2 0 0 0 0 120 58th
2006–07 A1 Grand Prix A1 Team Australia 6 0 0 0 1 25 13th
2007 American Le Mans Series – LMP2 Penske Racing 12 3 1 5 9 186 3rd
IndyCar Series Luczo-Dragon Racing 1 0 0 0 0 30 24th
2008 IndyCar Series Team Penske 17 2 3 4 5 447 5th
American Le Mans Series – LMP2 4 1 1 1 1 53 10th
Rolex Sports Car Series 1 0 0 0 1 30 46th
2009 IndyCar Series Penske Racing 17 3 4 5 11 604 3rd
Rolex Sports Car Series 1 0 0 0 0 25 41st
2010 IndyCar Series Penske Racing 17 1 3 1 3 482 5th
V8 Supercar Holden Racing Team 3 0 0 0 0 0 NC†
2011 IndyCar Series Penske Racing 17 0 0 0 4 364 6th
Rolex Sports Car Series SunTrust Racing 1 0 0 0 0 27 26th
V8 Supercar Holden Racing Team 2 0 0 0 0 108 72nd
2012 IndyCar Series Penske Racing 15 1 2 1 3 370 6th
V8 Supercar Holden Racing Team 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC†
2013 American Le Mans Series – P2 Class Level 5 Motorsports 8 6  ?  ?  ? 125 5th
IndyCar Series Chip Ganassi Racing
Panther Racing
7 0 0 0 0 100 26th
V8 Supercar Endurance Cup Holden Racing Team 4 0 0 0 1 216 7th
2014 IndyCar Series Chip Ganassi Racing 18 0 0 1 0 461 11th

† – As Briscoe was a guest driver, he was ineligible to score points.

Complete International Formula 3000 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 11 12 DC Points
2002 Coca-Cola Nordic Racing INT
12
IMO
13
CAT
12
A1R
17
MON
Ret
NÜR
Ret
SIL
12
MAG HOC HUN SPA MNZ 23rd 0

Complete Formula 3 Euro Series results[edit]

(key)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DC Points
2003 Prema Powerteam Dallara F303/008 Spiess-Opel HOC
1

1
HOC
2

1
ADR
1

5
ADR
2

1
PAU
1

1
PAU
2

2
NOR
1

4
NOR
2

Ret
LMS
1

3
LMS
2

Ret
NÜR
1

Ret
NÜR
2

7
A1R
1

1
A1R
2

1
ZAN
1

17
ZAN
2

1
HOC
3

17
HOC
4

1
MAG
1

14
MAG
2

14
1st 110

Complete Formula One results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position)

Year Entrant Chassis 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 WDC Points
2004 Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF104 AUS MAL BHR SMR ESP MON EUR CAN USA FRA GBR GER HUN
TD
BEL
TD
ITA
TD
CHN
TD
JPN
*
BRA
TD
 –  –

* Was entered as Third Driver, but did not run due to bad weather.

Complete A1 Grand Prix 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 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 DC Points
2005–06 A1 Team Australia GBR
SPR
GBR
FEA
GER
SPR
GER
FEA
POR
SPR
POR
FEA
AUS
SPR
AUS
FEA
MYS
SPR
MYS
FEA
UAE
SPR
UAE
FEA
RSA
SPR
RSA
FEA
IDN
SPR
IDN
FEA
MEX
SPR
MEX
FEA
USA
SPR

10
USA
FEA

8
CHN
SPR

9
CHN
FEA

3
13th 51
2006–07 NED
SPR

13
NED
FEA

3
CZE
SPR
CZE
FEA
CHN
SPR
CHN
FEA
MYS
SPR

12
MYS
FEA

17
IDN
SPR

6
IDN
FEA

10
NZL
SPR
NZL
FEA
AUS
SPR
AUS
FEA
RSA
SPR
RSA
FEA
MEX
SPR
MEX
FEA
CHN
SPR
CHN
FEA
GBR
SPR
GBR
SPR
13th 24

American open wheel results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position)

IndyCar[edit]

Year Team No. Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Rank Points
2005 Chip Ganassi Racing 33 Panoz Toyota HMS
20
PHX
19
STP
14
MOT
12
INDY
10
TXS
12
RIR
21
KAN
21
NSH
8
MIL
DNS
MCH
10
KTY
13
PPIR
20
SNM
19
CHI
22
WGL FON 19th 232
2006 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 5 Dallara Honda HMS STP MOT INDY WGL
3
TXS RIR KAN NSH
9
MIL
18
MCH KTY SNM
16
CHI 21st 83
2007 Luczo-Dragon Racing 12 HMS STP MOT KAN INDY
5
MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL NSH MDO MCH KTY SNM DET CHI 24th 30
2008 Team Penske 6 HMS
19
STP
23
MOT1
9
LBH1 KAN
7
INDY
23
MIL
1
TXS
3
IOW
7
RIR
15
WGL
12
NSH
23
MDO
1
EDM
6
KTY
7
SNM
2
DET
9
CHI
3
SRF2
1
5th 447
2009 STP
1
LBH
13
KAN
4
INDY
15
MIL
2
TXS
2
IOW
2
RIR
19
WGL
2
TOR
2
EDM
4
KTY
1
MDO
2
SNM
2
CHI
1
MOT
18
HMS
2
3rd 604
2010 SAO
14
STP
3
ALA
6
LBH
8
KAN
6
INDY
24
TXS
1
IOW
4
WGL
2
TOR
18
EDM
4
MDO
6
SNM
4
CHI
11
KTY
24
MOT
4
HMS
4
5th 482
2011 STP
18
ALA
21
LBH
2
SAO
3
INDY
27
TXS
6
TXS
3
MIL
11
IOW
6
TOR
7
EDM
10
MDO
16
NHM
8
SNM
3
BAL
14
MOT
20
KTY
8
LVS3
C
6th 364
2012 2 Dallara DW12 Chevrolet STP
5
ALA
14
LBH
7
SAO
25
INDY
5
DET
16
TXS
3
MIL
14
IOW
18
TOR
19
EDM
8
MDO
7
SNM
1
BAL
2
FON
17
6th 370
2013 Chip Ganassi Racing 8 Honda STP ALA LBH SAO INDY
12
26th 100
Panther Racing 4 Chevrolet DET
21
DET
13
TXS MIL
15
IOW POC
14
TOR
22
TOR
DNS
MDO SNM
17
BAL HOU HOU FON
2014 Chip Ganassi Racing 8 STP
10
LBH
17
ALA
11
IMS
6
INDY
18
DET
15
DET
10
TXS
9
HOU
12
HOU
8
POC
4
IOW
9
TOR
12
TOR
11
MDO
8
MIL
6
SNM
17
FON
7
11th 461
2015 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports 5 Honda STP NLA LBH ALA IMS INDY
12
DET
DET
TXS
TOR
FON
MIL
IOW
MDO
POC
SNM
* *
1 Run on same day.
2 Non-points-paying, exhibition race.
3 The Las Vegas Indy 300 was abandoned after Dan Wheldon died from injuries sustained in a 15-car crash on lap 11.
Years Teams Races Poles Wins Podiums
(Non-win)**
Top 10s
(Non-podium)***
Indianapolis 500
Wins
Championships
9 4 124 13 8 20 36 0 0
** Podium (Non-win) indicates 2nd or 3rd place finishes.
*** Top 10s (Non-podium) indicates 4th through 10th place finishes.

Indianapolis 500[edit]

Year Chassis Engine Start Finish Team
2005 Panoz Toyota 24 10 Chip Ganassi Racing
2007 Dallara Honda 7 5 Luczo-Dragon Racing
2008 Dallara Honda 3 23 Team Penske
2009 Dallara Honda 2 15 Team Penske
2010 Dallara Honda 4 24 Team Penske
2011 Dallara Honda 26 27 Team Penske
2012 Dallara Chevrolet 1 5 Team Penske
2013 Dallara Honda 23 12 Chip Ganassi Racing
2014 Dallara Chevrolet 30 18 Chip Ganassi Racing
2015 Dallara Honda 33 12 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports

Champ Car[edit]

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Rank Points
2006 RuSPORT LBH HOU MTY MIL POR CLE TOR EDM SJO DEN MTL ROA SRF
11
MXC
14
21st 17

Touring/Sports Car Racing[edit]

(Races in bold indicate pole position)

Rolex Sports Car Series results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position, Results are overall/class)

Rolex Sports Car Series results
Year Team Make Engine Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Points Position
2005 Ganassi Racing Riley Lexus DP DAY
7
HOM CAL LAG CMT WAT1 BAR WAT2 DAY2 MDO PHX WAT3 VIR MEX 24 68th
2006 SunTrust Racing Riley Pontiac DP DAY
Ret
MEX HOM LBH VIR LAG PHX LRP WAT1
3
DAY2 BAR WAT2
2
INF MIL 62 61st
2008 Penske-Taylor Racing Riley Pontiac DP DAY
3
HOM MEX VIR LAG LRP WAT MDO DAY2 BAR CGV WAT2 INF NJ MIL 30 46th
2009 Penske Racing Riley Porsche DP DAY
6
VIR NJ LAG WAT MDO DAY2 BAR WAT2 CGV MIL HOM 25 41st
2011 SunTrust Racing Dallara Chevrolet DP DAY
5
HOM BAR VIR LRP LAG WAT1 MDO DAY2 NJ WAT2 CGV MIL 27 26th
2012 SunTrust Racing Corvette DP Chevrolet DP DAY
Ret
BAR HOM NJ DET MDO ROA WAT1 INDY WAT2 CGV LAG LRP  – NC

24 Hours of Daytona results[edit]

Year Team Co-drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
2005 United States CompUSA Chip Ganassi with Felix Sabates United States Scott Pruett
Mexico Luis Díaz
Riley Mk. XI-Lexus DP 688 7th 7th
2006 United States SunTrust Racing South Africa Wayne Taylor
France Emmanuel Collard
Italy Max Angelelli
Riley Mk. XI-Pontiac DP 123 57th
DNF
29th
DNF
2008 United States Penske-Taylor Racing Brazil Hélio Castroneves
United States Kurt Busch
Riley Mk. XI-Pontiac DP 689 3rd 3rd
2009 United States Penske Racing France Romain Dumas
Germany Timo Bernhard
Riley Mk. XX-Porsche DP 717 6th 6th
2011 United States SunTrust Racing Italy Max Angelelli
United States Ricky Taylor
Dallara DP01-Chevrolet DP 720 5th 5th
2012 United States SunTrust Racing Italy Max Angelelli
United States Ricky Taylor
Dallara Corvette DP DP 14 58th
DNF
14th
DNF
2014 United States Corvette Racing Denmark Jan Magnussen
Spain Antonio García
Chevrolet Corvette C7.R GTLM 329 60th
DNF
10th
DNF
2015 United States Corvette Racing Denmark Jan Magnussen
Spain Antonio García
Chevrolet Corvette C7.R GTLM 725 4th 1st

V8 Supercar 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 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Final Pos Points
2006 Holden Racing Team Holden VZ Commodore ADE
R1
ADE
R2
PUK
R3
PUK
R4
PUK
R5
BAR
R6
BAR
R7
BAR
R8
WIN
R9
WIN
R10
WIN
R11
HID
R12
HID
R13
HID
R14
QLD
R15
QLD
R16
QLD
R17
ORA
R18
ORA
R19
ORA
R20
SAN
R21

21
BAT
R22

Ret
SUR
R23
SUR
R24
SUR
R25
SYM
R26
SYM
R27
SYM
R28
BHR
R29
BHR
R30
BHR
R31
PHI
R32
PHI
R33
PHI
R34
58th 120
2010 Holden Racing Team Holden VE Commodore YMC
R1
YMC
R2
BHR
R3
BHR
R4
ADE
R5
ADE
R6
HAM
R7
HAM
R8
QLD
R9
QLD
R10
WIN
R11
WIN
R12
HDV
R13
HDV
R14
TOW
R15
TOW
R16
PHI
Q
PHI
R17
BAT
R18

25
SUR
R19

Ret
SUR
R20

7
SYM
R21
SYM
R22
SAN
R23
SAN
R24
SYD
R25
SYD
R26
NC 0 +
2011 Holden Racing Team Holden VE Commodore YMC
R1
YMC
R2
ADE
R3
ADE
R4
HAM
R5
HAM
R6
PER
R7
PER
R8
PER
R9
WIN
R10
WIN
R11
HDV
R12
HDV
R13
TOW
R14
TOW
R15
QLD
R16
QLD
R17
QLD
R18
PHI
Q
PHI
R19
BAT
R20
SUR
R21

11
SUR
R22

23
SYM
R23
SYM
R24
SAN
R25
SAN
R26
SYD
R27
SYD
R28
72nd 108
2012 Holden Racing Team Holden VE Commodore ADE
R1
ADE
R2
SYM
R3
SYM
R4
HAM
R5
HAM
R6
PER
R7
PER
R8
PER
R9
PHI
R10
PHI
R11
HDV
R12
HDV
R13
TOW
R14
TOW
R15
QLD
R16
QLD
R17
SMP
R18
SMP
R19
SAN
Q
SAN
R20
BAT
R21
SUR
R22

4
SUR
R23

5
YMC
R24
YMC
R25
YMC
R26
WIN
R27
WIN
R28
SYD
R29
SYD
R30
NC 0 +
2013 Holden Racing Team Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1
ADE
R2
SYM
R3
SYM
R4
SYM
R5
PUK
R6
PUK
R7
PUK
R8
PUK
R9
BAR
R10
BAR
R11
BAR
R12
COTA
R13
COTA
R14
COTA
R15
COTA
R16
HID
R17
HID
R18
HID
R19
TOW
R20
TOW
R21
QLD
R22
QLD
R23
QLD
R24
WIN
R25
WIN
R26
WIN
R27
SAN
R28

9
BAT
R29

17
SUR
R30

5
SUR
R31

3
PHI
R32
PHI
R33
PHI
R34
SYD
R35
SYD
R36
35th 516

+ Not Eligible for points
* Season still in progress

American Le Mans Series results[edit]

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Final Pos Points
2007 Penske Porsche RS Spyder –
Porsche MR6 3.4L V8
SEB
23/8
STP
3/1
LGB
2
HOU
4/3
MMP
1
LMR
1
MDO
2
ROA
4/2
MOS
3/2
DET
9/7
ATL
7/5
LAG
4/2
3rd 186
2008 Penske Porsche RS Spyder Evo –
Porsche MR6 3.4L V8
SEB
Ret
STP LGB MMP LMR MDO ROA MOS DET
5
ATL
6/1
LAG
6/5
16th 53
2013 Level 5 Motorsports HPD ARX-03b –
Honda HR28TT 2.8 L Turbo V6
SEB
6/1
LNB
28/3
MON
3/1
LIM
3/1
MOS AME BAL
Ret
COTA
3/1
VIR
3/1
PET
2/1
5th 125

24 Hours of Le Mans results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
2013 United States Level 5 Motorsports United States Scott Tucker
United Kingdom Marino Franchitti
HPD ARX-03b-Honda LMP2 242 NC NC

References[edit]

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Felipe Massa
Italian Formula Renault champion
2001
Succeeded by
José María López
Preceded by
Tristan Gommendy (French series)
Gary Paffett (German series)
Formula 3 Euro Series champion
2003
Succeeded by
Jamie Green