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ALMS records for most career wins (41) and most career poles (23)

Five-time ALMS GTS/GT1 champion

Six class wins in 24 Hours of Le Mans

  • Born: 23 November 1969

  • Place of birth: Monte Carlo, Monaco

  • Nationality:  Monegasque

  • Lives: Monte Carlo, Monaco

  • Family: Single with one son, Riccardo

 

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Olivier Beretta
2013

American Le Mans Series with Risi Competizione in a Ferrari 458 Italia with Matteo Malucelli.  FIA World Endurance Championship with AF Corse in a F458

2012

FIA World Endurance Championship with AF Corse after becoming a Ferrari factory driver. Best result was LMGTE Pro victory in a Ferrari 458 with Andrea Bertolini and Marco Cioci at the 12 Hours Sebring and a 3rd place in 6 Hours of Shanghai.

Rolex 24 at Daytona with Risi Competizione with American Canadian Racing – 5th GT

2011

GT2 winner 24 Hours Le Mans: American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C6.R with Tommy Milner – 9th overall

2010

American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C6.R GT2 with Johnny O’Connell – podium finishes at Laguna Seca, Mid Ohio and Road America, 8th overall

2009

American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C6.R GT1 with Oliver Gavin – Champion, winning final race for GT1 at Long Beach; leading GT1 class at 24 Hours of Le Mans at 22-hour mark before mechanical problem caused retirement; 4th in Corvette Racing’s GT2 debut at Mid-Ohio and 3rd at Mosport

2008

American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C6.R GT1 with Oliver Gavin – 2nd in Drivers championship with 3 victories at St Petersburg, Detroit and Laguna Seca, 2 poles and 3 fastest laps; runner-up in GT1 class at 24 Hours of Le Mans

2007

American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C6.R GT1 with Oliver Gavin – Champion with 9 wins from 12 races; GT1 winner at Sebring 12-hour and Petit Le Mans (Corvette C6.R), 3 poles and one fastest race lap; selected rounds of the FIA GT Championship with Luc Alphand Aventures in a Corvette C6.R

2006

American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C5-R GT1 with Oliver Gavin – Champion with 6 wins; GT1 class winner at 24 Hours Le Mans and 12 Hours Sebring

2005

American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C5-R GT1 with Oliver Gavin – Champion with 6 wins; GT1 class winner at 24 Hours Le Mans and Petit Le Mans

2004

American Le Mans Series with Corvette Racing in a Corvette C5-R GTS with Oliver Gavin – 4 wins; GTS class winner 24 Hours Le Mans

2003

American Le Mans Series with JML Team Panoz in LMP01 P900 with Gunnar Jeanette – 5th overall and 5th at 24 Hours of Le Mans; test driver for Michelin and Williams Formula 1 team

2002

Finished fifth in 24 Hours of Le Mans with Team Oreca Playstation LMP900; test driver for Williams-BMW Formula 1 team (until 2006)

2001

24 Hours of Le Mans with a Team Playstation Dallara Chrysler in LMP900 with Wendlinger/Lamy – 4th overall; test driver for Michelin Formula 1 tire development (until 2006)

2000

ALMS with Team Oreca in a Dodge Viper with Karl Wendlinger – GTS champion with 9 wins; GTS winner 24 Hours of Le Mans; overall winner Daytona 24-hour in a Dodge Viper; test driver for Michelin Formula 1 tire development

1999

FIA GT Championship with Team Oreca in a Dodge Viper with GT2 Champion, six wins; ALMS GTS champion, five wins; GTS winner, 24 Hours of Le Mans (Viper)

1998

FIA GT Championship with Viper Team Oreca in a Chrysler Viper with Pedro Lamy – GT2 Champion with 8 wins; 2nd in LM-GT2 at 24 Hours Le Mans

1997

FIA GT Championship with Viper Team Oreca in a Chrysler Viper with Philippe Gache – 3rd overall with 4 wins

1996

BPR Global GT Championship (part season) with Viper Team Oreca

1995

Made 24 Hours of Le Mans debut in a Chevrolet-powered Courage LMP; Monaco Super Cup

1994

Larrousse F1 driver in 10 Grands Prix – best results 7th in Germany and two further top ten finishes

1993

International Formula 3000 for Forti Corse – 6th with one win at Donington; test with Larrousse F1

1992

International Formula 3000 Championship for Piquet Racing – 3rd in F3000 World Cup; Lotus F1 test driver

1989 - 1990

French Formula 3 championship – 3rd in 1990 Championship with best result of 3rd at Monaco

1980s

Began in karting

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