Kraihamer at the 2016 6 Hours of Silverstone
29 November 1989 |
|FIA World Endurance Championship career|
|Current team||Rebellion Racing|
|Le Mans Series
Formula Le Mans
FIA GT3 European Championship
Kraihamer's racing career began in 2004 in karting, where he found success in the Rotax Max Challenge in his native Austria. In 2008 he was runner-up in the Rotax Max Euro Challenge DD2, and fourth in the grand finals. 2008 also saw the start of his car racing career, contesting the FIA GT3 European Championship in a Lamborghini Gallardo for S-Berg Racing.
In 2009 Kraihamer competed in Formula Le Mans, finishing 13th for Boutsen Energy Racing. The following year he improved to finish fifth in the standings. For 2011 he stepped up to LMP2 with the Boutsen team, finishing fifth in the Le Mans Series. He also made his 24 Hours of Le Mans debut driving an LMP2 Oreca.
24 Hours of Le Mans results
|2011||Team Oreca-Matmut|| Alexandre Prémat
|2012||OAK Racing|| Franck Montagny
|OAK Pescarolo 01 Evo-Judd||LMP1||219||DNF||DNF|
|2013||Lotus|| Thomas Holzer
|2014||Rebellion Racing|| Andrea Belicchi
|2015||Rebellion Racing|| Alexandre Imperatori
|2016||Rebellion Racing|| Alexandre Imperatori
Complete FIA World Endurance Championship results
|2016||Rebellion Racing||LMP1||Rebellion R-One||AER P60 2.4 L Turbo V6||SIL
* Season in progress.
- "Dominik Kraihamer career statistics". driverdb.com. Retrieved 3 March 2012.
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