Pascal Wehrlein

Wehrlein Pascal (born 18 October 1994 in Sigmaringen ) is a German racing driver. He started from 2012 to 2013 in the European Formula 3 Championship. In 2013 he competed in the DTM.


Wehrlein began his motorsport career in 2003 in karting, where he was active until 2009. 2010 moved Wehrlein into formula racing and entered for Mücke Motorsport in the ADAC Formula Masters. He won a race and finished the season with four podium finishes from the sixth place in the driver standings. 2011 denied Wehrlein for Mücke Motorsport his second season in the ADAC Formula Masters. He won 8 of 24 races and was a total of 13 times on the podium. By season's end, he secured the title with 331 to 310 points, ahead of Emil Bernstorff. Wehrlein is the first mosquito - pilot, who won this race series.

2012 remained Wehrlein Mücke Motorsport and starts in the Formula 3 Euro Series. In addition Wehrlein was 2012 assessment entitled in the European Formula 3 Championship. At that each included the first and third race in a Formula 3 Euro Series race weekend and several events of the British Formula 3 Championship. At the Norisring, he came in the Formula 3 Euro Series at the third place finish, but was there before him were only a guest driver, deemed the winner. At the Nürburgring he won another race in the Formula 3 Euro Series, which also belonged to the European Formula 3. In the Formula 3 Euro Series Wehrlein was the best rookie second place in the overall standings with 229 to 240 points behind Daniel Juncadella and sat down with it within the team against Felix Rosenqvist, who placed fourth, by. In the European Formula 3 Wehrlein was in fourth place and was subject Rosenqvist, who scored the third.

2013 remained Wehrlein Mücke Motorsport and entered first in the European Formula 3 Championship. He participated in the first race weekend in Monza and won a race there, once finished second and third. In addition Wehrlein received 2013 Mercedes DTM cockpit with mosquito. He was appointed by then recent DTM drivers. Making its debut race at Hockenheim Wehrlein was temporarily in the lead. He came in eleventh place finish. A race at Brands Hatch later he won his first point in tenth after he had started the race from position 20. In the race, after he repeated this placement. After two races without points, Wehrlein drove again at the Nürburgring on position ten and achieved beyond the first fastest lap of his DTM career. At the end of the season Wehrlein finished 22nd overall. He was the worst Mercedes driver.


Wehrlein completed an apprenticeship as a precision mechanic in his father's company. His mother is from Mauritius.


Wehrlein was 2011 and 2012 funding candidate of the German Post Speed ​​Academy, which he won in 2011, and is also sponsored by the ADAC Stiftung Sport. In 2012 he finished second in the German Post Speed ​​Academy.


Career stations

  • 2003-2009: Karting
  • 2010: ADAC Formula Masters ( 6th place)
  • 2011: ADAC Formula Masters (Master)
  • 2012: Formula 3 Euro Series (2nd place)
  • 2012: European Formula 3 (4th place )
  • 2013: European Formula 3 ( 14th)
  • 2013: DTM ( 22nd place)

Individual results in the ADAC Formula Masters

Individual results in the Formula 3 Euro Series

Individual results in the European Formula 3 Championship

Individual results in the DTM