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Jeroen Bleekemolen

Name: Jeroen Bleekemolen
Nationality: Dutch
Date of Birth: 23/10/1981
Place of Birth: Heemstede, Netherlands
Lives: Monaco
Interests: Racing

Twitter: @jbleekemolen

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Biography: Jeroen is one of the most experienced and diversed racing drivers. He started racing in Formula Ford at the age of 16 and won the Dutch and Benelux Championship in his first season. After two more seasons of Formule racing Jeroen switched to endurance racing, finishing 2nd in the FIA GT1 championship in his first year racing GT cars. After that he was picked up to drive for Opel in the DTM championship. From that moment Jeroen established his name in the endurance racing scene, driving lots of different GT sprint and endurance races.

His biggest successes are winning two championships in the Porsche Supercup, winning the 24 hours of Nurburgring overall, the 24 hours of Le Mans in LMP2, two time winner of the 24 hours of Dubai overall, two times American Le Mans Series Champion, 12 hours of Sebring winner in GTC class, 12 hours of Abu Dhabi overall winner, 2 wins at Petit Le Mans, 2nd place at the 24 hours of Daytona and the 12 hours of Bathurst. Furthermore Jeroen has scored podiums in Australian V8 Supercars, Brazil StockCars and won races in A1GP. He has already done 45 24 hour races currently at the age of 35 and did most of the enduranceand GT races in the world.

Career highlights:

•       2008-2009 – Porsche Supercup Champion.

•       2008 – Winner LMP2 24 Hour of Le Mans..

•       2010-2013 – American Le Mans Series Champion.

•       2012-2013 – Winner 24 Hours of Dubai.

•       2013 – Winner 24 Hours of Nürburgring.

•       2013 – Winner 12 Hours of Abu Dhabi.

•       2011-2016 – Winner Petit Le Mans.

Early career

Started karting competitively in 1994 scoring 4th place in the World Junior championship 100cc karting in 1996.