Kévin Estre

Works drivers

Contesting his first season as a Porsche works driver in 2016, Kévin Estre has come full circle. The Frenchman honed his craft as a race driver in the Porsche one-make series in France and Germany. After netting two junior classification titles, he finally took home the Carrera Cup France trophy in 2011 – with an impressive track record: 10 wins, 10 podiums, 10 fastest race laps. After switching to the extremely popular Carrera Cup Deutschland the following year, the avid skier continued to steer a steady course, immediately scoring victory and ultimately clinching “Rookie of the Year” honours. A year later he was ready for overall victory: With nine race wins he eclipsed the opposition. And in 2015 he passed his baptism of fire in the Sports Car World Endurance Championship WEC with flying colours when he crossed the finish line at Spa in third place (GTE-Pro class) at his first outing in the 911 RSR together with Sven Müller.

Personal info

Date of Birth: 28 October 1988
Place of Birth: Lyon (F)
Residence: Höchst (A)
Marital Status: married
Height/Weight: 1.84 m/72 kg
Hobbies: Badminton, skiing, all types of sport
Internet: www.kevinestre.com
Twitter: @KevinEstre

Kévin Estre contests the SportsCar World Endurance Championship WEC and the IMSA SportsCar Championship for the Porsche GT Team with the Porsche 911 RSR.

Career

2017 Porsche works driver
2016

Porsche works driver

2nd FIA GT World Cup Macau
4th ADAC GT Masters overall
1st GT Masters Spielberg (race 1)
1st GT Masters Nürburgring (race 1)
1st GT Masters Zandvoort (race 1)
1st GT Masters Hockenheim (race 1)
2nd GT Masters Hockenheim (race 2)
3rd GT Masters Nürburgring (race 2)

2015

1st Blancpain Endurance Series Silverstone
1st Blancpain Endurance Series Nürburgring
1st Pirelli World Challenge Austin
1st Pirelli World Challenge Birmingham
1st Pirelli World Challenge Detroit
1st Pirelli World Challenge Sears Point
3rd WEC Spa (GTE-Pro)

2014 1st GT Masters Zandvoort in the Porsche 911 GT3 R
2nd TUSC Bowmanville (GTD)
2 podiums Blancpain Endurance Series
2013 Winner Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland (9 wins)
4th overall Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup (3 podiums)
3rd FIA GT Baku
2012 2nd overall Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup
Rookie of the Year Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland (1 win, 7 podiums)
5th Sebring 12 Hours (GTC)
2011 Winner Porsche Carrera Cup France (10 wins, 10 podiums, 10 fastest race laps)
Rookie of the Year Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup (1 win, 2 poles, 3 podiums)
2010 Winner junior classification Porsche Carrera Cup France
2nd overall Porsche Carrera Cup France (5 wins, 7 poles, 12 podiums)
2nd ADAC GT3 Oschersleben in the Porsche 911 GT3 R
2009 Winner junior classification Porsche Carrera Cup France (5 wins)
2008 5th overall Porsche Carrera Cup France (4 wins)
2007 7th overall Formula Renault 2.0
2006 French Champion Formula Campus
Winner Volant Mygale
2001-2004 Karting