André Lotterer doesn’t call any one place home: he was born in Germany, grew up in Belgium and lives in Monaco. In Germany he is based in Renningen, just a stone's throw away from Weissach and home to his mother's side of the family.
After a year as a Formula 1 test driver (2002), Japan became the centre of his life. Lotterer drove in Formula Nippon (today Super Formula) and Super GT in parallel, not appearing in Europe again until 2009. He’s a three-time winner in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and won the WEC World Championship title once. Parallel to this, the driver from Duisburg continued his formula career in Japan. In 2014, he had a short stint in Formula 1 and in 2017, Lotterer drove for Porsche in the LMP1 class. He has been active in Formula E since the 2017/2018 season. In the past two seasons, Lotterer achieved four podium finishes for DS Techeetah, was twice eighth in the driver standings and helped them win the team championship last season. In the 2019/2020 season, Lotterer is competing in Formula E with Porsche.
Date of birth: 19 November 1981 Birthplace: Duisburg (D) Nationality: German Lives in: Monte Carlo (MC) Marital status: Single Height/weight: 1.84 m/74 kg Hobbies: Riding and building lightweight racing bikes, photography, foodie, collecting and driving classic cars Twitter:@Andre_Lotterer Facebook: @alotterer Instagram:@andre_lotterer
For decades, engines and motor racing have been his world. Friedrich “Fritz” Enzinger worked in the motorsport department at BMW for many years, where he gained a wealth of experience, most notably in Formula 1 – and at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Porsche has again finished on the podium with both 911 RSR at round two of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.