William Buller (racing driver)
After Buller began his motorsport career in karting, 2007, he moved into the T -Cars - series in which racers aged 14 to 17 sedans were out, and immediately became the runner-up behind Daniel Brown. In 2008 he moved to Formula racing and raced in the European Formula BMW. With a fourth place as best result he was twelfth in the championship. In addition, he competed in several races in different racing series. In the winter of 2008/2009 he competed in the New Zealand Toyota Racing Series with two victories and was tenth in the overall standings. He then again took part in the European Formula BMW and improved with a third place as best result on the tenth overall. He also completed a guest stint in the Formula BMW Pacific, in which he crossed the finish line first.
After the F3 Brazil Open won in 2010, he moved in 2010 to the British Formula 3 Championship at Hitech Racing. With two second place for best results he finished in eighth place overall. 2011 Buller remained in the British Formula 3 Championship and joined Fortec Motorsport. With three victories, he finished the season in fourth place in the drivers' standings. Buller was the only non- Carlin - pilot on the first six positions.
2012 Buller went for Carlin in GP3 Series and Formula 3 Euro Series at the start. In the Formula 3 Euro Series Buller won two races this season and finished fifth overall. He was also counted in the 2012 European Formula 3 Championship. There he was lying on the sixth place. In the GP3 Series Buller reached with a win 15th place in the drivers' standings. He defeated his teammate António Félix da Costa, who finished third. 2013 Buller moved to Three Bond with T-Sport and went first in the European Formula 3 Championship at the start. After the first four race weekends Buller left his team and completed the fifth event for Fortec Motorsport. Then he left the series. With a fourth place as best result he was overall in 16 Buller eventually rose for Zeta Corse for the fifth race weekend in the Formula Renault 3.5 series. There are three fifth places were his best results. He finished the season on top of the eleventh championship course. In addition, Buller was active in 2013 for Fortec Motorsport in the British Formula 3. With two wins and six podium finishes, he finished third overall.
2014 Buller remained in the Formula Renault 3.5 and switched to Arden Motorsport.
- 2007: Cars ( 2nd place)
- 2008: European Formula BMW ( 12th place)
- 2008: Portuguese Formula Renault Winter Series ( 5th place)
- 2008: British Formula Renault Winter Series ( 5th place)
- 2009: Toyota Racing Series (No. 10)
- 2009: European Formula BMW ( # 10 )
- 2010: British Formula 3 (8th place )
- 2011: British Formula 3 (4th place )
- 2012: GP3 Series ( No. 15 )
- 2012: Formula 3 Euro Series ( 5th place)
- 2012: European Formula 3 ( 6th place)
- 2013: European Formula 3 ( 16th place)
- 2013: Formula Renault 3.5 (11th )
- 2013: British Formula 3 ( 3rd place)
- 2014: Formula Renault 3.5