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Porsche Motorsport LMP Team – the three World Champion’s sporting careers

Earl Bamber, Timo Bernhard and Brendon Hartley

Earl Bamber (New Zealand)

Date of Birth: 9th July 1990

Place of Birth: Wanganui (NZ)

Nationality: New Zealander

Residence: Kuala Lumpur (MAL)

Marital status: Single

Height/Weight: 1.83 m/74 kg

Hobbies: fitness, surfing, skiing

Internet: www.earlbambermotorsport.com

Twitter: @earlbamber
Le Mans starts: 3 (2 overall victories)

Career:

2017
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1,
Drivers’ World Champion with Bernhard/Hartley
overall victory Le Mans 24 Hours,
3 wins (Nürburgring, Mexico City, Austin),
1 pole position (Fuji),
1 fastest race lap (Fuji)

2016
Porsche works driver, GT
IMSA SportsCar Championship: 1 win (Austin),
four 3rd place finishes (Daytona, Sebring, Laguna Seca, Virginia);
4th FIA GT World Cup Macau;
2nd Sepang 12 Hours (Intercontinental GT Challenge)

2015
Porsche works driver
overall victory Le Mans 24 Hours;
three 2nd place finishes TUSC, class GTLM: Watkins Glen, Road America, Virginia

2014
Winner Porsche Motorsport International Cup Scholarship
Winner of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup (2 wins, 7 podiums)
Winner of the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia (8 wins, 10 podiums)
2nd Petit Le Mans (GTLM)
Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland (2 wins)

2013
Winner Porsche Carrera Cup Asia (4 wins, 8 podiums)
Winner Audi R8 LMS Cup Korea
2nd Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Abu Dhabi

2012
3rd World Time Attack Challenge (overall)

2011
7th Superleague Formula
10th World Time Attack Challenge
3rd Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge race in New Zealand

2010
2nd Toyota Racing Series NZ (6 wins)
Winner New Zealand Grand Prix

2009
A1GP Series for New Zealand
(3 podiums, A1GP award for best overtaking move)
GP2 Asia Series

2008
Winner Toyota Racing Series International Championship
2nd Toyota Racing Series NZ
2nd Formula Renault V6 Asia,

2007
7th Toyota Racing Series NZ
11th Formula Renault V6 Asia

2006
Winner Formula BMW Asia (10 wins)

2005
4th Formula Ford NZ

2004
Karting


Timo Bernhard (Germany)

Date of Birth: 24th February 1981

Place of Birth: Homburg/Saar (D)

Nationality: German

Residence: Bruchmühlbach-Miesau (D)

Marital status: Married to Katharina, sons Paul and Ben

Height/Weight: 1.74 m/60 kg

Hobbies: Fitness, music, rally, running

Internet: www.timo-bernhard.de

Twitter: @Timo_Bernhard
Le Mans starts: 11 (2 overall victories)

Career:

2017
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1,
Drivers’ World Champion with Bamber/Hartley
overall victory Le Mans 24 Hours,
3 wins (Nürburgring, Mexico City, Austin),
1 pole position (Mexico City…),

2016
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1
4th Drivers’ World Championship with Hartley/Webber,
4 wins (Nürburgring, Mexico City, Austin, Shanghai)
1 pole position (Spa)

2015
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1
Drivers’ World Champion with Hartley/Webber,
4 wins (Nürburgring, Austin, Fuji, Shanghai),
2nd Le Mans 24 Hours, 3 pole positions,

2014
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1
3rd Silverstone, Fuji and Bahrain
1 pole position (São Paulo)

2013
Porsche works driver
2nd Le Mans 24 Hours (GT)
1st Nürburgring 24 Hours (SP7 class, 7th overall)
LMP1 test programme
1st ADAC Saarland Rally (German Rally Championship)

2012
Porsche works driver
2nd Sebring 12 Hours (overall)
Endurance Cup Nürburgring-Nordschleife, 2 podiums

2011
Porsche works driver
1st Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)
5th Sebring 12 Hours (overall)
Le Mans 24 Hours (LMP1)

2010
Porsche works driver
1st Le Mans 24 Hours (overall, Audi)
ADAC Motorsport Personality of the Year

2009
Porsche works driver
1st Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)
4th Grand-Am Series (DP), 4 podiums
Le Mans 24 Hours (LMP1)

2008
Porsche works driver
Winner American Le Mans Series (LMP2), 4 wins
1st Sebring 12 Hours (ALMS, overall)
1st Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)

2007
Porsche works driver
Winner American Le Mans Series (LMP2), 8 wins
1st Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)

2006
Porsche works driver
3rd American Le Mans Series (LMP2), 4 wins
1st Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)

2005
Porsche works driver
2nd American Le Mans Series (GT2), 5 wins
2nd Le Mans 24 Hours (GT2)

2004
Porsche works driver
Winner American Le Mans Series (GT), 2 wins
1st Sebring 12 Hours (ALMS, GT)
1st Petit Le Mans (ALMS, GT)
3rd Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)
2nd Spa 24 Hours (N-GT)

2003
Porsche works driver
2nd American Le Mans Series (GT)
1st Petit Le Mans (ALMS, GT)
1st Daytona 24 Hours (overall)
1st Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)

2002
Porsche works driver
3rd Porsche Michelin Supercup
4th American Le Mans Series (GT)
1st Daytona 24 Hours (GT)
1st Le Mans 24 Hours (GT)
2nd Nürburgring 24 Hours (overall)

2001
Porsche Junior
Winner Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland
2nd Sebring 12 Hours (ALMS, GT)
Porsche Pirelli Supercup, 1 win

2000
Porsche Junior
3rd Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

1999
Porsche Junior
12th Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland
3rd German Formula Ford Championship

1998
6th German Formula Ford Championship, 2 wins
6th Formula Ford Euro Cup

1991-1997 Karting


Brendon Hartley (New Zealand)

Date of Birth: 10th November 1989

Place of Birth: Palmerston North (NZ)

Nationality: New Zealander

Residence: Monaco (MC)

Height/weight: 1.84 m/65 kg

Hobbies: mountain biking and road cycling

Internet: www.brendonhartley.co.nz

Twitter: @BrendonHartley
Le Mans starts: 6 (1 overall victory)

Career:

2017
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1,
Drivers’ World Champion with Bamber/Bernhard
overall victory Le Mans 24 Hours,
3 wins (Nürburgring, Mexico City, Austin)
2 pole positions (Mexico City, Fuji),
2 fastest race laps (Spa, Mexico City);
Formula One debut races with Toro Rosso;
overall victory Dubai 24 Hours (Porsche 911 GT 3 R);
overall victory Petit Le Mans (ESM Nissan DPi);
17th overall Daytona 24 Hours (Nissan prototype)

2016
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1
4th Drivers’ World Championship with Bernhard/Webber,
4 wins (Nürburgring, Mexico City, Austin, Shanghai)
2 pole positions (Spa, Shanghai)

2015
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1
Drivers’ World Champion with Bernhard/Webber,
4 wins (Nürburgring, Austin, Fuji, Shanghai),
4 pole positions, 2nd at Le Mans

2014
Porsche works driver WEC, LMP1
3rd Silverstone, Fuji and Bahrain

2013
European Le Mans Series (LMP2)
Grand Am Series
Le Mans 24 Hours (LMP2)
Bathurst 12 Hours
Daytona 24 Hours
Formula One simulator development driver (Mercedes AMG Petronas)

2012
3rd Spa (WEC, LMP2)
3rd Donington (ELMS, LMP2)
GP2 (2 races)
Formula One simulator development driver (Mercedes AMG Petronas)

2011
World Series by Renault 3.5 (4 podiums)
5th Spa (GP2)

2010
Formula One reserve driver (Red Bull Racing, Scuderia Toro Rosso)
World Series by Renault 3.5
GP2 (2 races)

2009
Formula One test driver (Scuderia Toro Rosso)
World Series by Renault 3.5
Formula 3 Euro Series (1 win)
Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix

2008
Formula One test driver (Red Bull Racing)
3rd British Formula 3 Championship
(5 wins, 12 podium finishes, 5 poles)
3rd Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix (also set fastest lap)
5th Zandvoort Formula 3 Masters

2007
Winner World Series by Renault Eurocup 2.0
(5 wins, 13 podium finishes, 7 poles)
3rd Italian Formula Renault 2.0 series
4th Zandvoort Formula 3 Masters
Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix

2006
Winner Dan Higgins Memorial Trophy, New Zealand
Toyota Racing Series, New Zealand

2005
Winner of the first ever Toyota Racing Series race in New Zealand
Winner of the Elite Motorsport Academy Award, New Zealand

2004
Awarded with the Steel Trophy, New Zealand

2003/04
2nd New Zealand Formula Ford Championship (6 wins)
Winner Formula Ford Winter Series (7 wins)
Youngest ever winner of a Formula Ford race (23rd November 2003)

2002/03
Karting
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