JENZER MOTORSPORT – OUR FORMER DRIVERS – WHERE THEY ARE TODAY

Nico Müller (CH) – 2009 – Winner Swiss Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. Works Audi driver in the German Touring Car Championship (DTM). Formula E driver for Dragon-Penske.

Neel Jani (CH) – 2002 – 2nd place Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 with JMS. – 2003 – 2nd place Eurocup Formula Renault V6 Championship with JMS. Winner A1 GP Champioship with Team Switzerland. Le Mans Series driver for Team Rebellion on Lola-Toyota. LMP 1 works Porsche driver. Formula E driver for Porsche.

Rahel Frey (CH) – 2007 – International Formula Master Championship with JMS. Le Mans Series with LMGT1. FIA-GT1 World Championship. ELMS driver. Works Audi driver.

Fabio Leimer (CH) – 2009 – Winner of the International Formula Master Championship with JMS. 2011 F1 Test with Sauber F1 in Abu Dhabi. Overall winner of the 2013 GP2 Series. Today: Driver for Mugen in the Japanese Super Formula. Driver for Rebellion in WEC. Formula E driver for Virgin at 2015 London GP.

Sergey Sirotkin (RUS) – 2011 – Winner European Series Formula Abarth with JMS. Today: Sauber F1 test driver. Driver in the GP2 Series. Driver for Williams F1. Formula E driver for Mahindra.

Bruno Spengler (CAN) – 2002 – 2nd place German Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. 2010 3rd place as works Mercedes driver in the German Touring Car Championship (DTM). Works-BMW driver in the German Touring Car Championship (DTM). Driver in the IMSA Series.

Timo Bernhard (D) – 1999 – 3rd place German Formula Ford 1800 Championship with JMS. Official works Porsche driver since 1999. Le Mans 24H winner 2010 and 2017 and works Porsche driver in LMP2 24 hour races. Works Porsche driver. Porsche Team owner in ADAC GT4.

Michael Ammermüller (D) – 2005 – 2nd place Eurocup Formula 2.0 with JMS. F1 test driver. A1GP driver for Team Germany 2008 – 2009. Audi driver and Porsche Super Cup. ADAC GT Masters.

Oliver Turvey (GB) – 2007 – Eurocup and Italian Formula Renault 2.0 with JMS. Today: McLaren GT3 driver, McLaren F1 Test driver. Driver for Honda in the Japanese Super GT Series. Formula E driver for NIO.

Roberto Merhi (E) – 2007 - 4th place Italian Formula Renault 2.0 with JMS. Youngest race winner. Works Mercedes driver in the German Touring Car Championship (DTM). WSR 3.5 driver. GP3 Series. GP2 Series. 2015 driver for Marussia F1. F2 driver.

Eddie Cheever jr. (I/USA) – 2010 – Formula Abarth with JMS. Nascar Series. FIA WEC driver.

Pal Varhaug (NOR) – 2008 – Winner of the Italian Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. GP3 Series. GP2 Series.

Simon Trummer (CH) – 2008 – 2nd place Swiss Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. Driver in GP2 Series. FIA Long Distance World Championship WEC driver.

Christopher Zanella (CH) – 2008 – Winner of the Swiss Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. WSR 3.5 driver. ADAC GT Masters.

Ryan Sharp (GB) – 2003 – Winner of the German Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. – 2004 – 2nd place Eurocup Formula Renault V6 with JMS. FIA GT driver.

Dani Clos (E) – 2006 – Winner of the Italian Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. GP2 Series driver. HRT F1 test driver.

Alvaro Barba (E) – 2006 – World Series by Renault 3.5 with JMS. 2010 Winner of the International GT Open Championship with Ferrari F-430 GT2. Driver in GT Open Championship.

Esteban Guerrieri (ARG) – 2002 – 3rd place in the German Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. Indy Lights driver in USA. Driver in the Argentinian Touring Car Series.

Cyndie Allemann (CH) – 2004 – Swiss Formula Renault 2.0 Championship with JMS. F3 – Indy Lights – 24H Le Mans. Japanese GT300 Championship.

Luciano Crespi (ARG) – 1995 – 5th place Formula Ford Festival, Formula Ford 1800 with JMS. Heute: TC2000 team owner and participant in the Argentinian Championship. The Crespi factory built for many years the Argentinian Formula Renault 1.6 cars in Balcarce, Argentina, home town of five times World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio.

Job van Uitert (NL) – 2017 - 2nd place Formula 4 Italian Championship with JMS. LMP3 Winner. LMP2 Le Mans driver. ELMS and Le Mans driver.

Yuki Tsunoda (JPN) – 2019 – 9th place in the FIA F3 Series with JMS. Euroformula Open. FIA F2 Series 3rd place. 2021 driver for Alpha Tauri F1.

 

 


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