Pierre Gasly is a French racing driver, currently racing in Formula One for Scuderia AlphaTauri. 

He became the youngest French driver to ever win an F1 race in September 2020 in Monza.

Pierre's relationship with the Grid is a 10-year old one. They've gone through all the highs and lows as coaches, race engineers, advisors, simulator coaches, and now career & commercial rights managers.

2018 Now - Formula One - 1 win- 2 podiums​

2017 Super Formula - Vice Champion

2016 GP2 Series - Champion

2014 Formula Renault 3.5 -Vice Champion

2013 Formula Renault Eurocup - Champion

2011  FFSA French Formula 4 -( 3rd)

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Porches Motorsport Factory driver since 2014​

2018-2020 IMSA Tech - 4 win - 5 podiums

SportsCar Championship -GTLM Class

Le Mans 24h -4podiums

2014-2017 WEC _Vice-Champion

2013-2014-2019 SuperGT factory driver for Honda & Nissan

Fred has had an untraditional career as he spent very little time in single-seater before switching into GT.

After spending 10 years growing through the GT categories ladder, he's been quickly qualified as 'The best GT driver in world' by the Autosport magazine.

In the last ten years, Fred has been a factory driver for Aston Martin (FIA GT world championship, Nissan & Honda (Japanese super GT), and Porsche (WEC & IMSA).

Fred is also Michelin Motorsport development driver for 10 years, which tells a lot about his analysis skills and technical feedback.

Fred is currently racing for Porsche in WEC, IMSA, and the FIA intercontinental challenge.


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After several years of karting, Mathias Beche switched to single-seater racing in Asia in 2007. Vice-champion of Formula Renault Asia 2.0 the following year, he switched to endurance racing in 2009 with Formula Le Mans, where he finished third, with two victories. In 2010, he took part in several races in different endurance championships, including the FIA GT3 European Championship. He won the 2011 Spa 1,000 kilometers in the LMP2 category, as well as the 2011 Estoril 6 Hours,


Mathias's career then took off over the years with more and more rewarding driving in Endurance. Mathias became a professional racing driver in 2012 and, despite never having his chance with a manufacturer, has retained this status since then. Mathias scored 5 podiums in Le Mans, raced for top LMP1 teams in WEC and Japanese SuperGT, and is one of the few top Endurance drivers, having made it the hard way without ever being a GP2 or factory driver.  



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Professional driver 

Le Mans - 5 podiums - 8 starts 

2014-2020 FIA WEC championship

2017 - 2018 Le Mans 24h - Podium (3rd) 

2016 ELMS - Vice-Champion 

2014-2015- FIA WEC LMP1 Privater  -Champion 


2020 - GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup - Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT32020 - GT4 European Series - Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4 - Champion

2019 ADAC GT Masters & British GTAston Martin Racing 

2017 French Porsche Carrera Cup - Rookie of the Year

Valentin started his career in 2014 racing in the French Formula 4 Championship. Before he began to work professionally, he had the opportunity to meet Mathieu, and ever since, they both have developed an extremely good relationship. 

After winning the Porsche scholarship in 2016 and completing 2 years in the French Porsche Carrera Cup, Valentin decided to advance his career further. Therefore, he personally asked Mathieu and Guillaume to consult him regarding targeting a factory driver status for the following years. Now involved in the ADAC GT Masters program with Aston Martin GT3, he is considered an affiliated driver by AMR, waiting for the next step to become a future Formula One driver. 

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Thomas made a name for himself being extremely successful at a very young age in Endurance racing –LMP3, LMP2, and LMP1.

He made the unusual switch from karting to sportscar racing in 2016 when he was 17 and subsequently became the first driver to quickly and successfully climb up the ACO's Endurance Racing ladder (Automobile Club de l’Ouest). In only 3 years, Thomas’ speed took him from LMP3 to become a professional LMP1 driver.

2020  FIA WEC & ELMS - LMP2

2018-20  FIA WEC - LMP1

2017  FIA WEC - LMP2 - Vice-Champion - Le Mans victory

2017-2018  Asian Le Mans Series - LMP2 

2016  Road to Le Mans - LMP3

2015-16  Asian Le Mans Series - LMP3

2015  CIK-FIA International Super Cup - KZ2

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2021 French GT4 Cup

2020 French Formula 4 -Podium ( 3rd)

2019 X30 Senior International Series 

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Romain unexpectedly started his career in Asia, winning the Rotax Asia Championship and a finished vice-champion in the X30 senior Asia championship in 2017. In 2019, he went back to Europe and showed high performance all season long in karting. 2020 marked Romain's first single-seat career in the F4 French championship.  

His strong results took him to partner with Valentin, now an Aston Marting factory driver, in the French GT4 championship.

2020 CIK OK World & European Championships -Kart Republic factor 


2019 X30 Junior International Series



As a young driver in X30 Junior Karting, he chose to compete with the best drivers in the world in the World Series Karting as a Kart Republic factory driver in 2020. In order to continue his progression, he integrated the sport study at the FFSA academy.