Tomas Kaiser

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Tomas Kaiser (born December 2, 1956) is a Swedish former racing driver from Saelen.

Kaiser began his career racing Formula Fords. In 1979 he raced in the European Formula Three Championship and British Formula Three Championship. In 1980 he finished fourth in the Swedish Formula Three Championship and competed in 1 race each in the British, European, and German F3 series. In 1981 he finished third in Swedish F3 and maintained a similar part-time schedule in the other series. In 1982 he made two starts in the European Formula Two Championship. In 1983 he drove in 8 of the 12 European F2 races but was only running at the finish in two of them. In 1984 he competed in 9 European F2 races and finished 11th in points, finishing in the points in fourth in the season finale at Brands Hatch. In 1985 European F2 gave way to International Formula 3000 and Kaiser competed in 7 races and finished 4th at Thruxton Circuit, good enough for 14th in points. In 1986 he competed in all 11 races for BS Automotive and finished 14th in points with a best finish of 4th at Pergusa. 1987 was his last season of professional racing as he competed in a full season of F3000 but failed to qualify for three races and didn't finish in the points in any races.[1]


  1. ^ Tomas Kaiser - Career Detail, Driver Database, Retrieved 2011-01-21