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Jeremie Dufour
Born 2nd November 1975
Roanne, Loire, France
Nationality France FRA
Japanese GT Championship/Super GT Career
Status Retired
Races 40 (40 starts)
Pole positions 1
Wins 3
Titles 0
Podiums 4
Fastest laps 1
Career Points 204
First race 2001 TI Aida GT
Last race 2007 1000 km Suzuka
First win 2004 Sepang GT 300 km
Last win 2006 1000 km Suzuka
Seasons 2001 - 2007
Jeremie Dufour (born 2nd November 1975 in Roanne, Loire) is a former French Super GT driver who competed in the series from 2001 until 2007.

Career OverviewEdit

In 2001, Dufour débuted in Japan's JGTC, driving for Team SARD. He qualified 2nd for his debut race in TI/Aida.

In 2003, he drove for Team Tsuchiya. He qualified on pole position for the season final in Suzuka.

In 2004, he took several wins, podiums, and point finishes, and came 2nd in the Driver's Championship, becoming the runner-up.

In 2005, he drove for Team Raybrig. He took a win in Super GT Round 5 in Motegi.

RetirementEdit

After 2005, Dufour retired his career in the Super GT series, but he entered as a third driver for Team Impul for the 1000 km Suzuka in 2006 and 2007.

JGTC/SGT Career RecordEdit

  • 2001: #39 DENSO SARD SUPRA
  • 2002: #39 DENSO SARD SUPRA
  • 2003: #25 ADVAN SUPRA
  • 2004: #39 DENSO SARD SUPRA / Driver Ranking 2nd in the Series
  • 2005: #100 RAYBRIG NSX
  • 2006: #12 CALSONIC IMPUL Z (Third Driver)
  • 2007: #12 CALSONIC IMPUL Z (Third Driver)

NotesEdit

V T E Team SARD
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2014 Drivers
United Kingdom Oliver Jarvis • Japan Hiroaki Ishiura
Former Drivers
Japan Juichi Wakisaka (2012-2013) • Japan Takuto Iguchi (2011) • Japan Kohei Hirate (2009-2010) • Netherlands Carlo van Dam (2010) • Portugal André Couto (2004-2010) • Japan Toranosuke Takagi • Japan Katsuyuki Hiranaka • France Soheil Ayari (2006) • Italy Ronnie Quintarelli (2005) • France Jeremie Dufour (2001-2002,2004) • Germany Dominik Schwager (2003) • Japan Manabu Orido (2002-2003) • France Romain Dumas (2001) • Japan Masahiko Kageyama (1999-2001) • United Kingdom Ralph Firman (2000) • Japan Keiichi Tsuchiya (1998-1999) • Japan Tatsuya Tanigawa (1997-1998) • Japan Masami Kageyama (1997) • France Olivier Grouillard (1997) • Australia Wayne Gardner (1996) • United States Jeff Krosnoff (1995)
Champions
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