Race Car Driver

Romain Dumas

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Age 46
Birthday December 141977
Birth Sign Sagittarius
City France
Country France
Profession Race Car Driver

Romain Dumas is a famous Race Car Driver, born on December 14, 1977 in France. As of December 2022, Romain Dumas’s net worth is $5 Million. He won the 2014 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado in a Norma M20 ca designed specifically for the race.

Parents Maurice Dumas, Geneviève Dumas
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Romain Dumas Biography

French race car driver best known for winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 2010. He has raced as a member of teams like Freisinger Motorsport, Pescarolo Sport and Porsche Motorsport. Romain Dumas Born on 14th December 1977 in Alès (Gard), Romain Dumas is a French racing driver. He first started out in karting and single-seater before becoming an expert driver in endurance racing, GT and sport-prototype. He has won the greatest races of the discipline, such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the 24 Hours of Spa, the 24 Hours Nürburgring, and the 2008 12 Hours of Sebring. He has been one of Porsche’s factory drivers since 2004..

His father Maurice is also a race car driver.

Romain Dumas discovered motorsport via the karting competitions he took part in between 1992 and 1993. He then rose through the ranks of single-seater racing and won ACO’s Volant Elf in 1994.

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In 1995, he made his debut in Formula Renault Campus, clinched one win in the season and finished fourth overall. He then competed in the French Formula Renault Championship for two seasons: ninth in 1996, third in 1997, clinched five wins and climbed on nine podiums. He took part in the French Formula 3 Championship in 1998 and entered the Formula Palmer Audi. He then returned to F3. With one win and two podiums, he finished sixth overall.

Romain Dumas Net Worth

Romain Dumas is one of the richest Race Car Driver & listed on most popular Race Car Driver. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Romain Dumas‘s net worth $5 Million.

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He was born in Alex, France and got his start racing karts in 1992.

In 1995, he made his debut in Formula Renault Campus, clinched one win in the season and finished fourth overall. He then competed in the French Formula Renault Championship for two seasons: ninth in 1996, third in 1997, clinched five wins and climbed on nine podiums. He took part in the French Formula 3 Championship in 1998 and entered the Formula Palmer Audi. He then returned to F3. With one win and two podiums, he finished sixth overall.

While making a name for himself as a single-seater driver, Romain Dumas took his first steps in endurance racing in 2001. He entered the 24 Hours of the Le Mans for the first time that year and finishing second in the GT class as well as best rookie with Freisinger Motorsport. He has taken part in each edition of the race since then.

His career took on another dimension in 2001 and 2002 when he competed in the Euro Formula 3000: he completed his first season in fifth place and was runner-up of the following season with three wins. He was then invited to test sessions with the Renault F1 team. This was when he made his debut in GT: in Japan, in Super GT as a factory driver of Toyota Team SARD and in Europe, with a win in class in Estoril, as part of the European Le Mans Series. This was a turning point in Dumas’s career, even though the French driver had other opportunities to be at the wheel of single-seater cars. In 2004, Conquest Racing invited him to have a go at Champ Car with Conquest Racing. In 2008, following on several successes in the American Le Mans Series, Penske Racing invited him to have a go at IndyCar.

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Romain Dumas founded his racing team in late 2007, first under the name RD Rallye Team, then RD Limited. The team designs and develops Porsche rally cars, but also other racing cars. RD Limited was the first to homologate a Porsche car in the R-GT category – the 911 GT3 RS 4.0l – which made its debut on the 2014 Rallye d’Alsace as part of the World Rally Championship. The team has been entering Pikes Peak for many years and Romain Dumas clinched three of his four successes with it. The team carried out specific development on the Norma MXX. It also hired other drivers such as Vincent Beltoise, 2014 winner in Time Attack class, and Raphaël Astier, 2016 best rookie and 2019 winner and record-holder in Time Attack class.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Race Car Driver. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in France. Romain Dumas celebrates birthday on December 14 of every year.

The driver from Alès then expressed his talent in the United States. From 2004 to 2008, he competed in the American Le Mans Series championship. First in the GT2 class, he came fourth in 2004 with two wins and six podiums. He was runner-up in 2005 with four wins and six podiums. In LM P2, he got chosen by Porsche as the brand was making its return to sport-prototype with Team Penske and the Porsche RS Spyder. Third in 2006, he clinched a win overall at Mid-Ohio, this was the first time that Porsche had got back to that level since 1998. 2007 was a very successful year: eight wins in LM P2, including six overall, against the more powerful Audi R10 TDIs. He became champion with Timo Bernhard and kept his title the following year, with four new successes, two of them overall, including one win at the 12 Hours of Sebring, the first one for Porsche in twenty years! While Porsche’s American Le Mans Series programme came to an end in late 2008, Dumas entered the championship again with Muscle Milk Pickett Racing, and won the 2010 Mosport Grand Prix. This was the Porsche RS Spyder’s last win. In the ALMS, Dumas took part in 65 races, clinched 26 wins, climbed on 47 podiums and secured 33 pole positions.

Romain Dumas has also competed in many other disciplines. He took part in his first rally in 2007 with a Porsche 911 GT3 RS (type 996). Three-time winner of the Grand Challenge, he has climbed on the podium several times in the French Rally Championship with a Porsche 911 GT3 RS (type 997). He has clinched six wins on the international scene, including four in 2017, meaning he won the FIA [[Group RGT|RGT class] Cup that year.

He continued to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In 2007, with Emmanuel Collard and Jean-Christophe Boullion, he came third at the wheel of the No. 16 Pescarolo. Still a Porsche factory driver, he also raced for Audi in La Sarthe. In 2010, he won the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Timo Bernhard and Mike Rockenfeller. He was the second driver, after Luigi Chinetti in 1949, to have won the 24 Hours of Le Mans and 24 Hours of Spa the same year.

Meanwhile, the list of his successes in Europe kept on growing longer. In 2007, he won the 24 Hours of Nürburgring. Three more wins followed, in 2008, 2009 and 2011, meaning that Romain Dumas is the most successful French driver in this challenge to date.

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