Carl Rosenblad (racing driver)
Carl Rosenblad began his racing career in 1990 in the Swedish Formula Opel Championship and stayed for five seasons in this series. In 1996 he moved to Formula 3000, however, the end of the year rose because of persistent failure again. Without the sponsor funds necessary in modern motorsports had the Swede hard, long-term foothold in international motorsport. As early as 1994 he had avoided in the inter- series, which had at that time and their best time for a long time behind it made possible with discarded and converted former Formula 1 racing car to operate motor sport with less financial outlay. 1994 FA11 third in the championship round in must with a Footwork.
1995 and 1996 - when he made his debut at the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 24 Hours of Le Mans - to Rosenblad had made a good name in touring and sports car racing and in 1997 received a contract for work at Kremer Racing. In 1998 he moved to Larbre Compétition and was third overall in the endurance race at Daytona and went in the FIA GT Championship at the start. In parallel, he was driving a Nissan Primera in the Swedish Touring Car Championship.
Until 2007 he was engaged eight times at Le Mans in 2005 and played one season and 2007 single race in the World Touring Car Championship. His last success was the second overall in the Maserati MC12 GT1 Vitaphone Racing Team at the 24 - hour race at Spa -Francorchamps 2009.