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Christophe Bouchut

24 Hours of Le Mans career
Participating years

19932005, 20072013

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Best finish 1st (1993)
Class wins 1 (1993)

Christophe Bouchut (born 24 September 1966 in Voiron, Isère) is a French professional racing driver. He won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1993. He currently drives in the American Le Mans Series for Level 5 Motorsports. He was named as the first driver for the F1 Larrousse team for the 1995 season, but the team withdrew before the first race.

In his 30 years of racing, Bouchut has earned 105 victories, 85 pole positions, four overall wins in 24-hour races (1993 Le Mans, 1995 Daytona, 2000 and 2001 Spa), three FIA GT titles (2000–2002) and the 2011 American Le Mans Series LMP2 championship.[1]

Contents

  • Racing record 1
    • 24 Hours of Le Mans results 1.1
    • Complete GT1 World Championship results 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Racing record

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1993 Peugeot Talbot Sport Eric Hélary
Geoff Brabham
Peugeot 905 Evo 1B C1 375 1st 1st
1994 Kremer Honda Racing Armin Hahne
Bertrand Gachot
Honda NSX GT2 257 14th 6th
1995 Porsche Kremer Racing Thierry Boutsen
Hans Joachim Stuck
Kremer K8 Spyder WSC 289 6th 2nd
1996 Kremer Racing Jürgen Lässig
Harri Toivonen
Kremer K8 Spyder LMP1 110 DNF DNF
1997 Kremer Racing Andy Evans
Bertrand Gachot
Porsche 911 GT1 GT1 207 DNF DNF
1998 AMG-Mercedes Jean-Marc Gounon
Ricardo Zonta
Mercedes-Benz CLK LM GT1 31 DNF DNF
1999 AMG-Mercedes Nick Heidfeld
Peter Dumbreck
Mercedes-Benz CLR LMGTP 75 DNF DNF
2000 Larbre Compétition Patrice Goueslard
Jean-Luc Chéreau
Porsche 911 GT3-R GT 34 DNF DNF
2001 Larbre Compétition Jean-Philippe Belloc
Tiago Monteiro
Chrysler Viper GTS-R GTS 234 20th 4th
2002 Larbre Compétition Patrice Goueslard
Vincent Vosse
Chrysler Viper GTS-R GTS 319 18th 4th
2003 Larbre Compétition Patrice Goueslard
Steve Zacchia
Chrysler Viper GTS-R GTS 317 16th 4th
2004 Larbre Compétition Patrice Goueslard
Olivier Dupard
Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello GTS 317 14th 5th
2005 Cirtek Motorsport
Russian Age Racing
Convers Team
Nikolai Fomenko
Alexey Vasilyev
Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello GT1 315 17th 5th
2007 Aston Martin Racing Larbre Fabrizio Gollin
Casper Elgaard
Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 305 7th 3rd
2008 Larbre Compétition David Smet
Patrick Bornhauser
Saleen S7-R GT1 306 28th 7th
2009 JMB Racing Manuel Rodrigues
Yvan Lebon
Ferrari F430 GT2 GT2 304 29th 8th
2010 Kolles
Level 5 Motorsports
Scott Tucker
Manuel Rodrigues
Audi R10 TDI LMP1 182 DNF DNF
2011 Level 5 Motorsports Scott Tucker
João Barbosa
Lola B08/80-HPD LMP2 319 10th 3rd
2012 Level 5 Motorsports Scott Tucker
Luis Díaz
HPD ARX-03b LMP2 240 DNF DNF
2013 Lotus Kevin Weeda
James Rossiter
Lotus T128 LMP2 17 DNF DNF

Complete GT1 World Championship results

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
2010 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport Lamborghini ABU
QR
ABU
CR
SIL
QR

17
SIL
CR

Ret
BRN
QR
BRN
CR
PRI
QR

16
PRI
CR

17
SPA
QR

15
SPA
CR

Ret
NÜR
QR
NÜR
CR
ALG
QR

Ret
ALG
CR

17
NAV
QR

8
NAV
CR

Ret
INT
QR

EX
INT
CR

EX
SAN
QR
SAN
CR
50th 0

References

  1. ^ "CV - Christophe Bouchut". Bouchut.com. Retrieved 2012-02-04. 
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Eric Hélary
French Formula Three Champion
1991
Succeeded by
Franck Lagorce
Preceded by
Derek Warwick
Yannick Dalmas
Mark Blundell
Winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans
1993 with:
Geoff Brabham
Eric Hélary
Succeeded by
Yannick Dalmas
Hurley Haywood
Mauro Baldi
Preceded by
Dominique Dupuy
Porsche Carrera Cup France Champion
1994–1996
Succeeded by
Dominique Dupuy
Preceded by
Dominique Dupuy
Porsche Carrera Cup France Champion
2000
Succeeded by
Philippe Gache
Preceded by
Julian Bailey
Jamie Campbell-Walter
FIA GT Champion
20012002 with:
Jean-Philippe Belloc (2001)
Succeeded by
Thomas Biagi
Matteo Bobbi
Preceded by
Soheil Ayari
French Touring Car Champion
2003
Succeeded by
Soheil Ayari
Preceded by
Soheil Ayari
Raymond Narac
FFSA GT Champion
2008 with:
(Patrick Bornhauser)
Succeeded by
Eric Debard

External links

  • Official homepage
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