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Luis Michael Dörrbecker

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Luis Michael Dorrbecker at Circuit de Pau in 2012
Luis Michael Dorrbecker at Circuit de Pau in 2012

Luis Michael Dörrbecker (Gifhorn, Germany, 9 January 1993) is a Mexican racing driver.[1]

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Career

Dörrbecker started his racing career in 2003, when he was fifteenth in the Super Karts Cup México. In both 2005 and 2006 he won the championship. Furthermore, in 2007 he won the NACAM Formula Kart Rotax Championship Latin America.[1]

2008 saw Dörrbecker's debut in formula racing, coming fourth in the Formula Vee Mexico. He was then second in the Skip Barber Southern Regional Series, held during the winter. In 2009, he got to the twenty-third position in the LATAM Challenge Series, which used Formula Renault cars. He also entered four races of the Skip Barber National Championship, finishing sixth, eighth, seventh and sixth.[1][2][3]

In 2010, Dörrbecker started racing in Europe, when he entered two races in Formula Renault 2.0 Italia. Later that year, he drove six races in the Skip Barber National, winning one of them. In 2011, he finished ninth in the FR 2.0 Italia and in 2012, he drove eight races in the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps, but only scored two points. However, he did test the Indy Lights car at Indianapolis later that year.[1][4][2][5]

He then entered the Formula ACI/CSAI Abarth Italian Championship in 2013, finishing on the podium once and seventh in the championship. In 2014, Dörrbecker raced for Team Mexico in Formula Acceleration 1. After eight races, he placed in the championship.[1][6][7]

Dörrbecker entered the first three rounds of the 2015 Euroformula Open Championship, scoring a point. In 2016 he entered the first round of the Auto GP, winning both races. Later he joined the Formula class of the BOSS GP Series also with a Lola B05/52, scoring a win and three overall podiums.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e http://www.driverdb.com/drivers/luis-michael-dorrbecker/
  2. ^ a b http://www.renaultsportitalia.it/piloti/luis-michael-dorrbecker.html
  3. ^ http://skipbarber.com/skip-barber-national-preview-sebring/
  4. ^ http://michaeldorrbecker.com/2.html
  5. ^ "Luis Michael Dorrbecker de regreso en Monza Italia" [Luis Michael Dorrbecker back in Monza Italy] (Press release). Federación Mexicana de Automovilismo Deportivo, A.C. 9 April 2012. Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
  6. ^ http://www.gpupdate.net/en/standings/215/
  7. ^ "FA1 GP: Dörrbecker logra el sexto sitio en Nürburgring" [FA1 GP: Dörrbecker achieved sixth place at the Nurburgring] (Press release). INFOPITSMX. 26 May 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
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