PRESENTATION

THE THIRST
TO WIN

Born: 9th September, 1998
Lives in: France, in Callian, in the Var.
Activity: Professional driver
Main qualities: combative, motivated, determined
Hobbies: tennis, boxing, fishing, skiing.
Karting debut: 2006 in Minikart
Single-seater debut: 2014 in F4
Favorite tracks: Yas Marina, Monza, Monaco

Year Competition Category Result
2018 FIA Formule 2 F2
2018 GP3 Series / Hungaroring GP3 WIN
2017 GP3 Series GP3 6th
2016 Northern European Cup / Silverstone FR 2.0 2nd
2016 Northern European Cup / Monza FR 2.0 WIN
2016 Eurocup / Motorland FR 2.0 2nd
2015 European Championship / Spa F3 5th
2015 European Championship / Norisring F3 6th
2014 French Championship F4 VICE-CH.
2014 French Championship F4 CHAMPION
Année Compétition Catégorie Résultat
2013 CIK-FIA International Super CUP KZ2 WINNER
WSK Euro Series KF CHAMPION
WSK Master Series KF CHAMPION
Deut. Kart Meisterschaft – Genk KF1 WINNER
Deut. Kart Meisterschaft – Ampfing KF WINNER
Trofeo Andrea Margutti KF WINNER
2012 European Championship KF3 3rd
2011 ERDF Masters Kart JUNIOR 2nd
World Karting Championship – Ortona ACADEMY WINNER
Coppa Del Vesuvio KF3 WINNER

PROMISING START IN KARTING

Dorian started kart racing as soon as possible. Soon the leader in his region, he joined the national top 10 in his first season before winning the French Cadet Championship in 2010. In the heart of the battle, he already foreshadowed a consistent combativeness and unusually strong physical condition which would be fully revealed later.

ON HIS WAY TO THE TOP LEVEL

He then discovered international competition in Junior. He joined the French FFSA Karting Team and the Lotus F1 Junior Team and finished 3rd in the KF3 European Championship in 2012. He then won his most outstanding karting titles with the WSK Master title and the WSK Euro Series in 2013, before gaining worldwide acclaim, winning a resounding victory in his first gearbox kart race at the KZ2 International Super Cup.

FIRST SUCCESSES
IN SINGLE-SEATER

From his first year in cars, Dorian fought for victory in F4. 2nd overall, he became French Junior Champion in 2014. The following season proved very complex to manage in the pack of the F3 European Championship. Not all of the conditions were right for him to get to the front. He regained confidence and was the road to success in 2016 with the Tech 1 Racing Team in Formula Renault 2.0, thanks to a complete programme in Eurocup and NEC.

PERFORMANCES IN GP3
AND A MOVE TO F2

Fast straight away at the start of the season, Dorian has been very competitive with the Trident Racing team, but several incidents thwarted his progress in the championship where he finished 6th. He continues in this category in 2018 with the MP Motorsport team. First on the line at Le Castellet, winner at the Hungaroring, he was promoted to Formula 2 during the summer and scored his first points in his second race at Monza.

THE RIGHT PARTNERS

Supported and mentored by his family, Dorian is surrounded by highly skilled professionals. With Nicolas Moni (Jana Racing) and Jean-Philippe Guignet for his karting debut, then Luigina Guerrini and Simone Sorio in international, the French FFSA Karting Team, Gravity Sport Management and the Lotus F1 Junior Team, helped him forge his career as a driver. He then joined the Tech 1 Racing team in FR 2.0, Trident Racing in GP3 (2017) and MP Motorsport in 2018 from GP3 to F2.

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