Adrian Zaugg

Adrian Zaugg (* November 4, 1986 in Singapore) is a South African racing driver.


Zaugg began his motorsport career in karting in 2000, which he held until 2003. 2004 Zaugg made ​​in the German Formula BMW for the team Josef Kaufmann Racing his first experience in Formula racing and finished seventh in the overall standings. 2005, the young South Africans drove in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup and finished the season in sixth place overall. The following year he remained for half a season of this series and also went on some races of the World Series by Renault at the start. In the 2006/2007 season of the A1 Grand Prix Zaugg was active for half a season and won a race.

2007 moved Zaugg in the GP2 Series for Arden International. As a team-mate Bruno Senna he took ten points, finishing in 18th place overall. For the final race weekend of the 2007 season, he was replaced by Filipe Albuquerque. In the 2007/2008 A1GP season Zaugg went again for South Africa at the start and finished with two race wins fifth place in the overall standings. In the 2008/2009 season Zaugg was again in the A1 Grand Prix series active. At the end of the season, the South African team took the 14th position in the overall standings. He then moved to Interwetten Racing in the World Series by Renault. Zaugg, who was replaced after six races of the 2009 season by Salvador Durán, finished at the end of season 14 overall.

In the 2009/2010 GP2 Asia Series season, the South Africans played the third race weekend for Trident Racing. With one point he came in 19th place in the drivers' standings. With his power, he convinced his team, which then took him to the GP2 Series 2010 season under contract. After he was initially not score points, he succeeded in Hockenheim in third his first podium placement in the GP2 series. At the end of the season, he finished 18th overall. He also competed for Trident Racing in the season opener of the Auto GP, he achieved the 15th place in the overall standings. In 2011, Zaugg only for Supernova part in the first race weekend of the Auto GP.

Career stations

  • 2000-2003: Karting
  • 2004: German Formula BMW ( 7th place)
  • 2005: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup ( 6th place)
  • 2006: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup ( 16th place)
  • 2006: Italian Formula Renault (2nd place)
  • 2007: A1 Grand Prix ( 14th)
  • 2007: GP2 Series (No. 18)
  • 2008: A1 Grand Prix ( 5th place)
  • 2009: A1GP ( 14th)
  • 2009: World Series by Renault ( 14th)
  • 2010: GP2 Asia Series ( No. 19 )
  • 2010: GP2 Series (No. 18)
  • 2010: Auto GP ( 15th place)
  • 2011: Auto GP ( 19th place )