Miloš Pavlović (racing driver)

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Miloš Pavlović
Milos Pavlovic Super Trofeo Champion 2014.jpg
Pavlović in 2014
Nationality  Serbian
Born (1982-10-08) 8 October 1982 (age 34)
Belgrade (SFR Yugoslavia)
Lamborghini Super Trofeo career
Debut season 2014 Lamborghini Super Trofeo
Current team Bonaldi Motorsport
Car no. 3
Starts 14
Wins 5
Poles 1
Fastest laps 4
Best finish 1 in 2014
Championship titles
2014
2014
2004
2002
Lamborghini Super Trofeo World
Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe
World Series Lights
Italian Formula 3 Championship

Miloš Pavlović (Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Павловић; born 8 October 1982 in Belgrade) is a professional race car driver.

Biography[edit]

Karting[edit]

Pavlovic, Giorgio Pantano and Jenson Button on the podium in Suzuka, Japan.

Pavlović's career began in 1991 in go-karts, winning two national titles the following year. He went in 1993 to Italy, where in his very first season, Miloš became regional champion of Italy, reached second place in the Winter Cup and was very successful in a dozen other races. He became vice-champion of Europe in Portugal (Braga), and he came third in the World Championship in Italy (Ugento), and was named Yugoslav Driver of the Year.

In 1996, Pavlović became the youngest-ever winner of the Karting World Cup, winning the prestigious "Ayrton Senna Trophy”, and was awarded in 2003 a prize for his contribution to the development of the sport by the governing body of karting, the CIK.

Formula Vauxhall[edit]

During 1997, he tested in various formulas and completed the Jim Russell Racing Drivers School in Formula Vauxhall in England, winning at Donington Park.

In 1998, Pavlović competed in the Formula Vauxhall Junior Championship. However, lack of finance meant that he took part in 12 out of the 16 races in the season, and finished in 10th. Staying in the championship for 1999, he achieved two pole positions, two wins and three podium finishes. He denied of a shot at the title when his gearbox failed at Thruxton, leaving him fourth in the standings at seasons' end.

Formula Three[edit]

Pavlovic, celebrating on the podium after winning the Italian F3 title in Mugello.

He moved up to British Formula Three in 2000, debuting with new team RC Motorsport. He finished 11th in the standings with two top-five finishes, and moved back to Italy having struggled to find a budget for 2002. Despite this, he found a drive at Target Racing in Italian Formula Three, and won five races on his way to the title, and becoming the first driver from any of the former Yugoslav states to gain an FIA Super License.

World Series by Nissan/Renault[edit]

Pavlović driving for Draco Racing in the Donington Park round of the 2007 World Series by Renault season

Pavlović stepped up to the World Series Lights championship in 2003, driving for Epsilon by Graff, finishing third. He won the title at his second attempt with Italian team Vergani Racing having won seven out of sixteen races, and duly stepped up to the main series. Finishing 17th and 11th in his first two seasons, he managed two wins with Draco Racing on his way to third in the championship.

GP2 Series[edit]

Pavlović driving for BCN Competicion at the Monaco round of the 2008 GP2 Series season.

Pavlović stepped up to GP2 for 2008 with BCN Competicion, however was dropped after three rounds in favour of Brazilian Carlos Iaconelli.

FIA Formula Two Championship[edit]

For 2009, Pavlović moved into the reborn FIA Formula Two Championship. Pavlović finished in ninth place overall despite retiring from a third of the races.

FIA GT1 World Championship[edit]

Pavlović debuted in the FIA GT1 World Championship in 2011, driving for Belgian Racing alongside Czech Martin Matzke. The team scored two 12th places in Abu Dhabi and 11th place at Zolder before he was replaced with Frenchman Antoine Leclerc. He returned with Sunred Engineering in 2012, with a best result of 9th in Portugal.

Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo[edit]

Pavlović's Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo at the test session in Franciacorta, Italy.

In 2014, Pavlović joined the Italian racing team Bonaldi Motorsport in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series. Sharing a drive with Edoardo Piscopo, Pavlović won both the Pro Division of the European and World Championships, becoming the first duo to win the title. He competed in the Pro-Am class of the European Division in 2015, winning at Circuit Paul Ricard.

ADAC GT Masters[edit]

Miloš Pavlović & Patrick Kujala, Bonaldi Motorsport
Miloš Pavlović & Patrick Kujala, Bonaldi Motorsport

In 2016, Pavlović joined the Bonaldi team's ADAC GT Masters assault. Driving with Patrick Kujala, the entry scored a total of seven points with three points-position finishes

Results[edit]

Complete Formula Renault 3.5 Series 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 DC Points
2005 GD Racing ZOL
1

17
ZOL
2

Ret
MON
1

Ret
VAL
1

15
VAL
2

Ret
LMS
1

9
LMS
2

Ret
BIL
1

21
BIL
2

3
OSC
1

10
OSC
2

12
DON
1

17
DON
2

12
EST
1

11
EST
2

6
MNZ
1

Ret
MNZ
2

10
17th 19
2006 Cram Competition ZOL
1

20
ZOL
2

6
MON
1

9
IST
1

13
IST
2

21
MIS
1

17
MIS
2

14
11th 41
EuroInternational SPA
1

15
SPA
2

23
NÜR
1

4
NÜR
2

Ret
Draco Racing DON
1

3
DON
2

8
LMS
1

2
LMS
2

Ret
CAT
1

Ret
CAT
2

18†
2007 Draco Racing MNZ
1

6
MNZ
2

2
NÜR
1

15
NÜR
2

24
MON
1

4
HUN
1

7
HUN
2

2
SPA
1

7
SPA
2

1
DON
1

11
DON
2

Ret
MAG
1

4
MAG
2

Ret
EST
1

9
EST
2

1
CAT
1

4
CAT
2

4
3rd 96

Complete GP2 Series 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 DC Points
2008 BCN Competición CAT
FEA

DNS
CAT
SPR

12
IST
FEA

Ret
IST
SPR

16
MON
FEA

DNS
MON
SPR

DNS
MAG
FEA
MAG
SPR
SIL
FEA
SIL
SPR
HOC
FEA
HOC
SPR
HUN
FEA
HUN
SPR
VAL
FEA
VAL
SPR
SPA
FEA
SPA
SPR
MNZ
FEA
MNZ
SPR
32nd 0

Complete GP2 Asia Series 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
2008 BCN Competición DUB
FEA

10
DUB
SPR

14
SEN
FEA

6
SEN
SPR

Ret
SEP
FEA

7
SEP
SPR

12
BHR
FEA

19
BHR
SPR

15
DUB
FEA

8
DUB
SPR

Ret
16th 6

Complete FIA Formula Two Championship results[edit]

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

Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DC Points
2009 VAL
1

Ret
VAL
2

17
BRN
1

Ret
BRN
2

5
SPA
1

2
SPA
2

4
BRH
1

7
BRH
2

Ret
DON
1

Ret
DON
2

8
OSC
1

Ret
OSC
2

21
IMO
1

6
IMO
2

3
CAT
1

10
CAT
2

19
9th 29

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
2011 Belgian Racing Ford ABU
QR

12
ABU
CR

12
ZOL
QR

Ret
ZOL
CR

11
ALG
QR
ALG
CR
SAC
QR
SAC
CR
SIL
QR
SIL
CR
NAV
QR
NAV
CR
PRI
QR
PRI
CR
ORD
QR
ORD
CR
BEI
QR
BEI
CR
SAN
QR
SAN
CR
38th 0
2012 Sunred Ford NOG
QR

15
NOG
CR

14
ZOL
QR

DNS
ZOL
CR

16
NAV
QR

Ret
NAV
QR

Ret
SVK
QR

7
SVK
CR

12
ALG
QR

7
ALG
CR

9
SVK
QR

DNS
SVK
CR

Ret
MOS
QR
MOS
CR
NUR
QR
NUR
CR
DON
QR
DON
CR
22nd 2

* Season still in progress.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Lorenzo del Gallo
Italian Formula Three Champion
2002
Succeeded by
Fausto Ippoliti
Preceded by
Juan Cruz Álvarez
World Series by Nissan
World Series Lights Champion

2004
Succeeded by
None
Preceded by
Andrea Amici
Super Trofeo European Champion
2014
Succeeded by
Patrick Kujala