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André Lotterer
André Lotterer.jpg
Born 19th November 1981
Duisburg, Germany
Nationality Germany.png GER
Japanese GT Championship/Super GT Career
Status Driving in WEC
Races 72 (72 starts)
Pole positions 1
Wins 5
Titles 2
Podiums 14
Fastest laps 2
Career Points 485
First race 2003 Malaysian JGTC in Fuji Speedway
Last race 2011 Motegi GT 250 km
First win 2004 Motegi GT 250 km
Last win 2010 Motegi GT 250 km
Seasons 2003 - 2011

André Lotterer (born 19th November 1981 in Duisburg, Germany) is a German racing driver who competed in the sport from 2003 to 2011.

Career overview[]

2003-2005: Nakajima Racing[]

In 2003, he drove a Mobil 1 NSX from Round 4 to Round 8, replacing Takashi Kogure.

2006-2011: Team TOM'S[]

2011[]

Lotterer stayed for the team, with his new teammate Kazuki Nakajima. Both of them performed well in the season, but was unable to score a podium or a win in any race.

Retirement[]

After the 2011 season, Lotterer decided to retire from the Super GT series and was replaced with Frenchman Loïc Duval for Team TOM'S. He moved to the World Endurance Championship, racing for Audi Sport Team Joest with his teammates Marcel Fässler and Benoît Tréluyer.

Since leaving the series, he is still competing in Japan, competing for Super Formula.

JGTC/SGT Career Record[]

  • 2003: #64 Mobil 1 NSX (RD.4-)
  • 2004: #32 EPSON NSX
  • 2005: #32 EPSON NSX
  • 2006: #36 OPEN INTERFACE TOM'S SC430
  • 2007: #1 HOUZAN TOM'S SC430
  • 2008: #36 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430
  • 2009: #36 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430
  • 2010: #1 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430
  • 2011: #36 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430

Complete Results[]

Year Team Car Class Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Rd.4 Rd.5 Rd.6 Rd.7 Rd.8 Rd.9 Position Points
2003 Mobil 1 Nakajima Racing Honda NSX GT500 TAI FSW SUG FSW
13th
FSW
9th
TRM
Ret
AUT
2nd
SUZ
12th
16th 19
2004 Epson Nakajima Racing Honda NSX GT500 TAI
10th
SUG
4th
SEP
9th
TOK
6th
TRM
1st
AUT
12th
SUZ
5th
8th 42
2005 Epson Nakajima Racing Honda NSX GT500 OKA
5th
FSW
8th
SEP
5th
SUG
13th
TRM
Ret
FSW
2nd
AUT
14th
SUZ
10th
9th 38
2006 Open Interface Team TOM'S Lexus SC430 GT500 SUZ
1st
OKA
8th
FSW
3rd
SEP
15th
SUG
4th
SUZ
10th
TRM
2nd
AUT
7th
FSW
4th
1st 80
2007 Houzan Team TOM'S Lexus SC430 GT500 SUZ
7th
OKA
5th
FSW
DNS
SEP
8th
SUG
5th
SUZ
1st
TRM
6th
AUT
6th
FSW
6th
6th 54
2008 Toyota Team Petronas TOM'S Lexus SC430 GT500 SUZ
3rd
OKA
4th
FSW
2nd
SEP
7th
SUG
10th
SUZ
3rd
TRM
3rd
AUT
8th
FSW
7th
3rd 63
2009 Lexus Team Petronas TOM'S Lexus SC430 GT500 OKA
11th
SUZ
2nd
FSW
2nd
SEP
6th
SUG
7th
SUZ
8th
FSW
3rd
AUT
1st
TRM
2nd
1st 88
2010 Lexus Team Petronas TOM'S Lexus SC430 GT500 SUZ
4th
OKA
3rd
FSW
2nd
SEP
8th
SUG
7th
SUZ
10th
FSW
C
TRM
1st
2nd 62
2011 Lexus Team Petronas TOM'S Lexus SC430 GT500 OKA
4th
FSW
4th
SEP
6th
SUG
9th
SUZ
6th
FSW
Ret
AUT
4th
TRM
8th
8th 39
Sporting Positions
Super GT (GT500) Champion
Preceded by
Japan Tachikawa
Japan Takagi
André Lotterer
2006 - Team TOM'S
with Wakisaka
Succeded by
Japan Ito
[IRL] Firman
Preceded by
Japan Motoyama
France Tréluyer
André Lotterer
2009 - Team TOM'S
with Wakisaka
Succeded by
Japan Kogure
France Duval
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