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Kurt Mollekens

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kurt Mollekens (born 8 March 1973 in Bonheiden) is a Belgian race car driver and team owner.

Mollekens driving for Alan Docking Racing at Silverstone during the 1995 British Formula 3 Championship season.
Mollekens driving for Alan Docking Racing at Silverstone during the 1995 British Formula 3 Championship season.

Mollekens debuted as a driver in top-level karting during 1990, staying there until 1992 when he moved up to Formula Ford. His debut Formula Ford year was successful, him winning all three titles he challenged for – Benelux Formula Ford, Dutch Formula Ford and Belgian Formula Ford.

Mollekens also achieved success in the 1993 British Formula Ford season, which helped him into Formula Opel Euroseries (1994) and the British Formula 3 Championship (1995). He stayed in the latter during 1996, at which time he won the international Formula Three race at Zandvoort,[1] his biggest win. Mollekens joined Formula 3000 in 1997 and spent two years there with the KTR team, which he owned. In 1999 he continued to run the team without driving, instead driving for Peugeot in the Belgian Pro Car Series.

He continued as an F3000 team owner until 2001, and after a hiatus as a driver in 2000, returned as a competitor in some races of the FIA GT Championship of 2001 and 2002. In 2002 his team left Formula 3000, moving to the lesser-known World Series by Nissan, and latterly, World Series by Renault, in which the team competed until 2008. After a hiatus KTR planned to return to racing in 2009 in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0. In 2004, Mollekens continued as a driver in part of the European Touring Car Championship.

References

  1. ^ "1996 starting grid" (PDF). formel3guide.com. Formel 3 Guide. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 28 December 2010.

External links

Kurt Mollekens career summary at DriverDB.com

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Norberto Fontana
Formula Three Masters
Winner

1996
Succeeded by
Tom Coronel
This page was last edited on 26 February 2020, at 01:37
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