Mattias Andersson (racing driver)

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Mattias Andersson
Mattias Andersson.jpg
Nationality Sweden Swedish
Born (1973-05-09) 9 May 1973 (age 45)
Åtvidaberg, Sweden
Scandinavian Touring Car Championship career
Current team Dacia Dealer Team
Car no. 20
Former teams WestCoast Racing, Team Italienska Bil, MA:GP, Flash Engineering
Previous series
2012 TTA – Racing Elite League

Mattias Andersson (born 9 May 1973 in Åtvidaberg[1]) is a Swedish race car driver and Eurosport commentator, who currently resides in Linköping, Sweden. He started his career in Scandinavian Formula Opel in 1991 and continued in Scandinavia until 1996, when he joined the Barber Dodge Pro Series. He moved to Indy Lights in 1998, where he drove a select few races, before moving on to the Swedish Touring Car Championship in a works Opel Vectra. In 2003, he drove a BMW 320i in the STCC for WestCoast Racing, before moving to Team Italienska Bil in an Alfa Romeo 156 in 2004. Since 2006, he has driven that car for his own team, MA:GP.

Mattias Andersson with Alfa Romeo 156 in STCC Mantorp 2009.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Driver Database: Mattias Andersson, accessed 2010-06-11

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