Carlo van Dam
Van Dam began his motorsport career in 1994 in karting, where he was active until 2004. In 2004 he moved to Formula racing and was fifth in the Dutch Formula Renault. He also took part in four races in the German Formula Renault. 2005, the Dutch went in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 at the start. With four podium finishes, he finished fourth overall. He also competed in several races of the Dutch Formula Renault, in which he finished seventh at last. In 2006, he remained in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup and improved with a win on the third place in the overall standings. In addition, he took part in several races of the French Formula Renault, where he finished 13th overall.
2007 moved van Dam in the German Formula 3 Cup at Van Amersfoort Racing. He dominated the season, winning nine of 18 races, was standing with seven other races on the podium and won the championship. He also was the season finale his debut in the Formula 3 Euro Series and participated in eight races of Eurocup Mégane Trophy. 2008 Van Dam left Europe and moved to Japan, where he competed in Japanese Formula 3 Championship. Once again, the Dutchman was the dominant pilot and stood at every race on the podium. With nine wins from 18 races he finally won the championship. He also competed in several races of the Super GT.
2009 Van Dam returned back to Europe and started for Kolles & Heinz Union in the Formula 3 Euro Series. After only two runs he left the team. He played the eighth round of the Formula 3 Euro Series for SG Formula, for which he was already down in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup. In the overall classification, he finished 31st place. In the Superleague Formula of the Dutch in 2009, took part in some races. He went for the curated by Azerti Motorsport team PSV Eindhoven at the start. He also started in a VW Scirocco GT24 in the 24 -hour race on the Nürburgring, where his team won third place in its class and 20th place in the overall standings. He had two other racing commitments at the 24 - hour race at Spa -Francorchamps in the FIA GT Championship and also in a Saleen S7R in a race in the Asian Le Mans Series, which he finished in a Saleen S7R on the third class rank.