Alexandros Margaritis (Greek Αλέξανδρος Μαργαρίτης, born September 20, 1984 in Bonn) is a Greek race car driver who also has the German nationality. From 2005-2007 he was in the DTM works driver for Mercedes -Benz.
Margaritis its debut in motorsport as so many talents resident in Germany in neighboring, less expensive abroad: he took 13 years to second place in the Dutch FSA kart championship. 1999 was followed by a fourth place finish in the German Junior Karting Cup. From there he moved first to the single-seater camp where in Formula BMW, he finished 14th overall in 2002. In the two following years, he drove in the Formula 3 Euro Series with no outstanding success.
In 2005 it engaged the private team Mücke Motorsport for the DTM, where he piloted a AMG -Mercedes C-Class last year. One of his best races was the start of the DTM season 2006 at the Hockenheimring, when he scored a 5th place in the race after a 12th place in qualifying, although he of in the course of the race by his former team-mate Stefan Mücke, son above-mentioned team owner Peter Mücke, was almost shot in hard racing duel of the race. He was at the season opener of the best driver of the Mercedes -Benz - bearing with a previous model, where he also prominent drivers like Jean Alesi or higher -ranked Stefan Mücke behind. At the end of the 2007 season, he announced his resignation from the DTM.
In 2008, Margaritis drove the 24-hour race in Spa on a Corvette C6.R in the Meuspath at the Nürburgring -based Phoenix Racing. In 2011, he started for the team Engstler in the ADAC GT Masters on a BMW ALPINA B6 GT3 and won together with his teammate Dino Lunardi the drivers' standings.