Nationality FRENCH
Height 175 cm
Number 2
Birth 31 Oct 1987
Weight 71 kg
2016: 3rd position in the TCR international series obtaining 7 podiums (3 GP victory and 4 second position) and 2 pole position
2015: 6th (1 win) in the Blancpain Endurance Series, GT3 Pro Cup (Audi R8 LMS)
2014: Japan Super GT (Honda NSX), GT Asia Series (Bentley Continental)
2013: 3rd (1 win) in the FIA World Endurance Championship, GTE AM Class (Porsche 911 GT3), 1st in the Le Mans 24 Hours, GTE AM Class (Porsche 911 GT3)
2012: 1st (4 wins) in the French Porsche Carrera Cup
2011: 1st in the International Le Mans Championship, LMP2
2010: 1st (5 wins) in the USA Indy Lights Championship
2009: 5th (2 wins) in the Formula 3 Euro Series, 2nd in the F3 Macau Grand Prix
Born in 1987 at Lyon, « JKV » starts his first laps in karting before winning the F4 French championship title. He continues his successful career in a single-seater with both a Indy Lights championship and a best rookie title. Then, Jean-Karl joins Peugeot Sport as a test driver for the Endurance series with 908 car. Unfortunately, the program suddenly stops. « JKV » picks himself up. Carrera Cup and 24 Heures du Mans (GTE am) winner, he shines in WEC, Blancpain Series and also in the Asia endurance programme. In the first TCR season JKV he won 3 races and gain other 4 2nd position finishing the season at the 3rd overall position.


Nationality BRITISH
Height 175 cm
Number 3
Birth 25 December 1979
Weight 80 kg
2017 WTCC with Citroen
2016 WTCC with Honda Racing
2015 – 2014 WTCC with LADA
2013 WTCC with ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport
2012 WTCC with Chevrolet (eighth consecutive season), securing five race wins en route to being crowned World Touring Car Champion.
2011 – 2005 WTCC with Chevrolet (seventh consecutive season) 16, 6x2nd and 9x3rd.
2004 First season as a professional race driver. BTCC debut season (with SEAT Sport UK) 2 race wins (at Snetterton and Brands Hatch). Finished 7th in drivers’ standings.
2003 SEAT Cupra Champion (saloon cars) with 3 race wins.
2002 Renault Clio Scholarship Champion (saloon cars). 3rd in Renault Clio Cup (7 podiums from 13 starts).
Born in Cambridge in 1979, Robert starts his racing career stretches back to 1992 when he first began Karting. He had come a long way since then, ultimately winning the 2012 FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) title with the factory Chevrolet team and notching up countless race wins, podium finishes and pole positions along the way.