Julien Jousse

Julien Jousse ( born January 21, 1986 in Les Issambres, community Roquebrune -sur -Argens ) is a French racing driver.


After Jousse 1997-2001 was active in karting, he moved in 2002 to Formula racing and raced in the French Formula Ford 2003 remained Jousse in this series and was ninth in the overall standings. Mid-2004 Jousse for three years, the French Formula Renault, finishing in 14th place in the overall standings. In his second season Jousse won a race and finished sixth overall. In his third season, Jousse improved again and was third in the overall standings. He also went in 2005 and 2006 in some races of the Formula Renault 2.0 Euro Cup at the start.

2007 moved Jousse in the World Series by Renault and went for Tech 1 Racing at the start. In his debut season, he finished tenth overall. 2008, the Frenchman denied his second season in the World Series by Renault. Starting Again for Tech 1 Racing succeeded Jousse his first victory in this series. At the end of the season was second behind Giedo van der Garde. In the 2009 season Jousse launched in the revived Formula 2 In Sunday's race at Donington Frenchman celebrated his first victory. At the end of the season, he finished fifth overall. He also competed in three races of the Le Mans Series, of which he was able to win a race, and finished second in the 24- hour race at Le Mans in 2009 in the GT1 class. Having the Frenchman already in the 2009 season in four races Superleague Formula had participated, he joined in 2010 for assisted by DeVillota.com Motorsport team AS Rome. Jousse, who was replaced by Máximo Cortés in the season finale, won one race at Zolder and was instrumental in the fact that his team finished eighth in the championship at the end of the season. In addition, Jousse took this season 's 24-hour race at Le Mans, where he turned out with an engine failure, a race of the Le Mans Series and at two races of the FIA GT1 World Championship in part.

2011 Jousse will compete for Pescarolo Motorsport in the Le Mans Series.


Career stations

  • 2006: French Formula Renault ( 3rd place)
  • 2006: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup
  • 2007: World Series by Renault ( 10th place )
  • 2008: World Series by Renault (2nd place)
  • 2009: Formula 2 ( 5th place)
  • 2009: Superleague Formula
  • 2009: Le Mans Series, LMGT1 (4th place )
  • 2010: Superleague Formula
  • 2010: Le Mans Series, LMGT1 (8th place )
  • 2010: FIA GT1 World Championship ( 46th place )
  • 2011: Le Mans Series

Le Mans results