Determined, highly professional, charismatic and fast: Switzerland’s Patric Niederhauser goes from success to success.
Like many of the big names in motorsport, Patric started out in karting. In the 2009 season, he finished second in the Swiss Kart Championship. He then decided that the time was ripe for the next big step in his motorsport career: entry to single-seater racing.
In his first year in the Italian Formula Abarth series, Patric lifted the runner-up trophy in the championship. The breakthrough came in 2011 when he claimed his first title in only his second year in formula racing. That same season, Patric also enjoyed success in the parallel European Formula Abarth series, finishing second.
Graduation to GP3 was the next logical step. In a strong field of contestants, Patric recorded several victories. In between GP3 race weekends during the 2013 campaign, he tried his hand at endurance racing. Patric drove an LMP2 prototype in the European Le Mans Series and also competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
In 2015, he made the switch to GT racing, where he seems to have found a niche for himself. After a year in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, Patric was promoted to official Lamborghini GT3 Junior. He has justified the confidence shown in him by the Italian premium car manufacturer. Patric currently indulges his passion for endurance racing in the prestigious Blancpain Endurance Cup. In addition, the 24-year-old contests the Blancpain Sprint Cup and battles for points in Germany’s top GT3 racing series, the ADAC GT Masters.
|Birthdate:||8. October 1991|
|Residence:||Kirchdorf / BE / Schweiz|
|Education:||Electronic Technician with prof. Maturity|
|Hobbies:||Climbing, Karting, Mountainbike, Cycling, Skiing|
|2015||P7, Super Trofeo Huracán Cup
Selected as Lamborghini GT3 Junior
|2014||P10, GP3 Series – 2 wins, 3 fastest laps
Guest starter ELMS (LMP2)
|2013||P13, GP3 Series – 2 podiums
European Le Mans Series and 24 Hours of Le Mans (LMP2) – 1 podium
|2012||P7, GP3 Series – 2 wins, 2 podiums, 2 fastest laps
Guest starter, Italian F3 Championship – 1 win, 2 podiums
|2011||P1, Formula Abarth Italian Championship
P2, Formula Abarth European Championship – 11 wins, 6 podiums, 3 pole positions, 10 fastest laps
|2010||P2, Formula Abarth Italian Championship – 1 win, 7 podiums, 1 pole position, 1 fastest lap|
|2009||P2, Category KF2, Swiss Kart Championship|
|2008||P4, Category KF2, Swiss Kart Championship|
|2007||P3, Category KF2, Bridgestone Cup Switzerland|
|2006||Began of motorsport career in karting|
ADAC GT Masters
With two races per event and two drivers per car, this is the most successful of all German GT racing series. Inaugurated in 2007, the series attracts the grand seigneurs of international motorsport as well as precocious racing talents. This year, there are more than 60 names on the entry list.
Whether they are driving a Lamborghini, a Corvette, a Porsche or a BMW, contestants have to master the challenge of navigating world-famous circuits such as the Hockenheimring in a GT3 car pumping out more than 600 horsepower.
|13.04.2018||Sepang International Circuit||Blancpain GT Series Asia||Stream Timing Result|
|11.05.2018||Chang International Circuit||Blancpain GT Series Asia||Stream Timing Result|
|29.06.2018||Suzuka International Circuit||Blancpain GT Series Asia||Stream Timing Result|
|20.07.2018||Fuji Speedway||Blancpain GT Series Asia||Stream Timing Result|
|21.09.2018||Shanghai International Circuit||Blancpain GT Series Asia||Stream Timing Result|
|12.10.2018||Ningbo International Speedpark||Blancpain GT Series Asia||Stream Timing Result|