Peugeot Sport - Anthony Beltoise Biography

15.02.2008: Peugeot Sport - Anthony Beltoise Biography

Anthony BELTOISE

Born Neuilly (France), 21 July 1971

Lives in Neuilly (France)

Single

1993 Winner « Volant Elf at Magny-Cours »

1994 French Formula Renault championship (2 podiums, 3 pole positions)

1995 French Formula 3 championship

1996 2nd, French Formula 3 championship

1997 International Formula 3000 championship

1998 ISRS with the Philippe Gache’s Riley&Scott

ALMS : Road Atlanta

1999 Pole position and winer of 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps Monaco, pole position and winner (Renault Sport Clio Trophy)

2000 9th, 24 Heures du Mans. Rookie (Viper Team Oreca)
3rd, 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (Team Peugeot Belgium)
2nd, 24 Hours of Nürburgring (Viper Team Zakspeed)
3rd GT1, 12 Hours of Sebring

2001 3rd, Renault Sport Clio Trophy
24 Heures du Mans (Courage-Judd, Team SMG) : Abandon

2002 French Supertourisme championship (Ford Mondeo) : 1 win

2003 French GT championship (Lamborghini Diablo)

2004 French GT championship (Viper) : 2 wins, 3 pole positions, 2 best laps
2nd, Franch Porsche Carrera Cup (5 wins)

2005 Winner Porsche Carrera Cup (8 pole positions, 6 wins)
2 wins in French GT championship (Viper)

2006 Winner Porsche Carrera Cup (11 pole positions, 11 wins)
Participations in LMS championship (Corvette C5R and Porsche 996 RSR)
1 win in French GT championship (Viper)

2007 French Porsche Carrera Cup (1 win)
2008 Test and reserve Peugeot Sport driver – French Porsche Carrera Cup and 3 rounds in Le Mans Series (Ferrari 430 GT2 – Farnbacher)

2 participations in 24 Heures du Mans

 

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15.02.2008 / MaP

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