Tim Bergmeister: Racedriver biography - career and success

Germany Tim Bergmeister
Speedsport Magazine Race Driver Database

Tim Bergmeister - Career and Success:

Nation: Germany
Date of Birth : 06 Feb 1975
Place of Birth: Leverkusen

Season   Series / Class Standing Team / Car / Races  
2014 GT Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT300 38.
2013 GT Grand-Am Sports Car Series, Class GT 76.
2012 GT Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT300 30.
2011 GT Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT 300 38.
GT Blancpain Endurance Series, Class Gentlemen Trophy 12.
GT 24h Nürburgring Nordschleife, Class SP 9-GT (single race) 6.
GT ADAC GT Masters 60.


2010 GT FIA GT3 European Championship 23.
GT ADAC GT Masters 5.
2009 GT 24h Nürburgring Nordschleife, Class SP9-GT (single race) 6.
GT FIA GT3 European Championship 32.
GT ADAC GT Masters 10.
2008 GT FIA GT Championship, Class GT2 28.
GT Grand-Am Sports Car Series, Class GT
2007 GT 24h Nürburgring Nordschleife, Class SP7 (single race)
GT American LeMans Series, Class GT2 35.
2006 GT LeMans Series (LMS), Class GT2
GT American LeMans Series, Class GT2 40.
OM Porsche Supercup
2005 OM Porsche Supercup 7.
2004 OM Porsche Supercup 10.
2003 GT FIA GT Championship, Class N-GT
OM Porsche Supercup 12.
2002   German Porsche Carrera Cup, 20.
2001 OM Porsche Supercup 4.
  German Porsche Carrera Cup, 9.
1999   Barber Dodge Pro Series (some races)
1998   German Formula 3 (Bergmeister)
1997   German Formula 3 (GM, part season)
1996   German Formula 3 (KMS, Tomakidis)
1995   German Formula 3, Class B-2. (hms)
1994   German Formula 3, Class B-3. (Bergmeister)
1993   German Formula Opel
  German Formula König (some races)
1992   German Formula König, Champion
  German Formula BMW
1991   German Formula König
1990   Karting
1989   Karting
1988   Karting
1987   Karting (78-87)


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Legend :

Intermediate standings during the current season.
Wins and Top-Positions in season standings are marked.
When racing in several series in a season the chronologically later participation is always on top.