Pascal Fabre

Pascal Fabre ( born January 9, 1960 in Lyon ) is a French former racing driver, who raced in Formula 1, among others.

The beginnings

After a season in French Formula Renault Fabre joined in 1980 and 1981 in the French Formula 3 Championship. The 1980 season, he finished second in the championship in 1981 he finished seventh. Parallel to his stakes in the French Formula 3, Fabre reported in 1981 also to some race of the European Formula 3 Championship. Here he could not convince; with only one championship point, he was overall 22nd In 1982, the French team for the AGS Formula 2 championship reported him; Fabre moved here a AGS JH19. After only one year, which closed Fabre as championship eights, he separated from AGS to return for 1983 in the Formula 3 and at the same time to compete in the World Sportscar Championship. 1984 Fabre returned back to the formula 2; In 1985 and 1986 he drove Formula 3000 for ORECA or the Lola factory team.

Formula 1

In the 1987 Formula 1 season Fabre was reported as a driver of the French team AGS for 14 Grand Prix races, but could only qualify for eleven races. He received no championship points and was replaced for the final two races of the season from Brazilian Roberto Moreno.

According to the formula 1

After his short Formula 1 career Fabre ran from 1988 to 1992 for the team Courage Compétition in the World Sportscar Championship which was held by the FIA ​​.

Race Results in Formula 1

Le Mans results

  • Formula 1 racing driver (France)
  • Formula 3000 racer
  • Drivers in the 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • World Sports Car Championship racer
  • Frenchman
  • Born in 1960
  • Man