Jamie Green

Jamie Green ( born June 14, 1982 in Leicester ) is a British racing driver. He won the 2004 Formula 3 Euro Series. Since 2005 he starts in the DTM. First, from 2005 to 2012 for Mercedes, 2013 for Audi. His best overall placement he reached in 2012 with a third place.

  • 2.1 Career stations
  • 2.2 Individual results in the Formula 3 Euro Series
  • 2.3 Individual results in the DTM


Beginnings in motorsport

Green began his motorsport career in karting, where he was active from 1996 to 2001. In 2001, he debuted in the winter series of the British Formula Renault in Formula racing. 2002, he joined for Fortec Motorsport in the British Formula Renault. He won two victories this season and was with 279 to 333 points behind his teammate Danny Watts runner-up. The duel for second overall, he decided by five points against Lewis Hamilton for themselves. He also participated in a race of the Formula Renault Eurocup part 2000 and won the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.

2003 Green went for Carlin Motorsport in the British Formula 3 Championship at the start. He managed to equal the season opener both races from pole position starting to win. While his team-mate Alan van der Merwe with 308 points decided the championship, Green was charged with 237 points, four wins and a total of 12 podium finishes second in the overall standings. In addition, he participated in four race weekends of the Formula 3 Euro Series. The third race weekend he completed for ASM Formule 3, scoring a third place. Then he replaced the Kolles team Jan Heylen for the last three events.

2004 saw the complete Green Formula 3 Euro Series season for ASM Formule 3. He won seven races and finished with 139 points champion. Second was his team mate Alexandre Prémat with 88 points.


2005 Green moved to the DTM. He received a previous model of Mercedes, the Persson Motorsport began. Green scored in his debut season two pole positions and a second place at the season finale at Hockenheim was his best result. With 29 to 5 points he won the team-internal duel against Bruno Spengler for themselves. In addition, he sat down opposite Jean Alesi, who has a current Mercedes drove by seven points clear. On Mika Hakkinen and Bernd Schneider, who also drove a current Mercedes model he had only one or three points behind.

In 2006, a Green and Spengler a current Mercedes model with the HWA team. Green started four times from pole position and two second places were his best results. A victory he did not succeed. In the overall standings, he, although it improved to fifth place. However, he was beaten internally by Schneider and Spengler, who took the top two positions. Both pilots had scored more than twice as many points as he. Green, however, set internally by against Hakkinen. 2007 Green came in the first eight races not on the fifth square. Finally, the ninth race at the Circuit de Catalunya he succeeded in his first DTM victory. This result he repeated in the next race, the season finale at Hockenheim. In the Drivers' Championship, he reached the fourth place as the second best HWA driver behind Spengler. Counter cutter and Häkkinen, he realized his team internally. 2008 Green completed his fourth DTM season. As in the previous season, he won victories at Mugello and Nuremberg two races and he was again in fourth place overall. He was again the second-best HWA driver and internally was beaten only by Paul di Resta, who was in his first season on the team. Counter Spengler and Schneider he prevailed. Despite these achievements Green lost his cockpit end of the season in the HWA team. Schneider and he was replaced by Gary Paffett and Ralf Schumacher.

2009 Green returned to Persson Motorsport. He received a Mercedes- year model and was teammate of Susie Stoddart. Already in the third race at the Norisring he managed a victory. He was the best pilot of the season in a year-old car and totaled 27 points in seventh place overall. Green had at the end of season three times as many points as Schumacher, who drove a current Mercedes boast. His teammate Stoddart remained without points. 2010 Green remained with Persson Motorsport. He decided for the third time in a row the race in Nuremberg for himself and finished the season as the best years again from car driver. With 32 points, he finished sixth overall. He left both Schumacher, who went out in the current Mercedes three points, as well as his teammates Susie Stoddart (4 points) and Cong Fu Cheng (0 points) far behind.

2011 Green was again a current Mercedes racing car at HWA. He scored no points in only two races. After he had already demonstrates a second place at the Norisring, he won the season finale at the Hockenheimring. Green was fifth overall as the second best Mercedes driver behind Spengler. Team Intern he sat down with it through to Gary Paffett and Schumacher. 2012 Green remained at HWA. Like all Mercedes drivers he drove a new DTM AMG Mercedes C-Coupé. At the season opener at Hockenheim, he reached the second place. At the Norisring, he took over the lead in the final round and scored his first win of the season. Green was the only driver who was able to score points in every race. He improved in the standings to third place, thus achieving the best overall result of his DTM career. Besides Paffett, who finished second, was the only Green Mercedes driver, who had scored podium finishes.

For the DTM Season 2013 Green moved from Mercedes to Audi. He received a cockpit at Abt Sportsline. After he had stayed the first three races without points, he scored on the Euro Speedway Lausitz with a fifth place his first points for Audi. At Oschersleben, he stood in third place for the first time for Audi on the podium. At the end of the season, he finished eleventh overall.


Career stations

  • 2004: Formula 3 Euro Series (Master)
  • 2005: DTM ( 6th place)
  • 2006: DTM ( 5th place)
  • 2007: DTM ( 4th place)
  • 2008: DTM ( 4th place)
  • 2009: DTM ( 7th place)
  • 2010: DTM ( 6th place)
  • 2011: DTM ( 5th place)
  • 2012: DTM ( 3rd place)
  • 2013: DTM ( 11th place )

Individual results in the Formula 3 Euro Series

Individual results in the DTM