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Jean-François Yvon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jean-François Yvon (born 24 November 1958) is a French racing driver.[1][2]

Racing record

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1984 Germany Helmut Gall France Philippe Dagoreau
France Pierre de Thoisy
BMW M1 B 292 14th 1st
1985 France Primagaz France Yves Courage
United Kingdom Alain de Cadenet
Cougar C12-Porsche C1 279 20th 15th
1986 Germany Gebhardt Motorsport Sweden Stanley Dickens
France Pierre de Thoisy
Gebhardt JC853-Ford Cosworth C1 68 DNF DNF
1987 France Roland Bassaler France Yves Hervalet
France Hervé Bourjade
Sauber SHS C6-BMW C2 257 DNF DNF
1988 France Roland Bassaler France Roland Bassaler
France Remy Pochauvin
Sauber SHS C6-BMW C2 53 DNF DNF
1992 France Courage Compétition Spain Tomás Saldaña
France Denis Morin
Courage C28LM-Porsche C3 142 DNF DNF
1993 France Courage Compétition France Jean-Louis Ricci
France Pierre Yver
Courage C30LM-Porsche C2 343 11th 6th
1994 France Welter Racing Belgium Hervé Regout
France Jean-Paul Libert
WR LM93-Peugeot LMP2 86 DNF DNF
2000 France Didier Bonnet Racing France Patrick Lemarié
France Yann Goudy
Debora LMP2000-BMW LMP675 24 DNF DNF
2009 France OAK Racing
France Team Mazda France
Monaco Richard Hein
France Jacques Nicolet
Pescarolo 01-Mazda LMP2 325 20th 3rd
2010 France OAK Racing Monaco Richard Hein
France Jacques Nicolet
Pescarolo 01-Judd LMP2 341 9th 4th
2011 France OAK Racing Monaco Richard Hein
France Jacques Nicolet
OAK Pescarolo 01 Evo-Judd LMP1 119 DNF DNF

References

  1. ^ "Profile". driverdb.com. Retrieved 26 May 2015.
  2. ^ "Profile". racingsportscars.com. Retrieved 26 May 2015.


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