Driver


Porsche 991 GT3 R #31

  • Mathieu Jaminet

    Mathieu Jaminet

    Porsche 991 GT3 R #31

    Birthday: 24.10.1994
    Domicile: Schifflange (Lux)
    Familiy status: unmarried
    Business: Porsche Young Professional
    Hobbies: Simracing, Motorsport, Running

    Jaminet has been in the Porsche junior team since 2015. He drove in the Formula-4-Eurocup and then in the Formula Renault. In 2012 he came into the Peugeot RCZ-Cup and won the title in this series immediately.

    A second place in the french Porsche Carrera Cup- besides that he also drove in the Formula 3 series of his home country- made him a worksdriver in 2015.The young man from Hayange near Metz has a perfect year in 2016. He became Rookie-champion in the Porsche Supercup with winning three races and standing on the podium seven times. In the end he finished the Porsche Supercup on a strong third place.

    In 2017 Jaminet gathered his first experience in the green hell with Manthey Racing in some VLN races and the 24 hour race. At the same time he drove his first season in the ADAC GT Masters, in which he was able to win the title one year later. Together with Robert Renauer and the Precote Herberth Motorsport team Jaminet became champion in the highly competitive series in 2018. After the Frenchman aready drove for Frikadelli Racing in 2018, he will again be driving the Frikadelli Porsche in the 2019 season.

  • Matt Campbell

    Matt Campbell

    Porsche 991 GT3 R #31

    Birthday: 17.02.1995
    Domicile: Nürtingen (D)
    Familiy status: unmarried
    Business: Porsche Young Professional
    Hobbies: Travelling, Simracing

    Matt Campbell went through the classic racing driver education: He drove in several Formula series in his home country Australia before he made the switch to cars with roofs in 2014.

    In his first year of Porsche Carrera Cup Australia he immediately won the B-class and became champion one year later. With that achievement he became "Porsche Young Professional".

    In 2018 Campbell joined the WEC. The Australian secured three wins in the GTEAm class. The highlight of this season surely was the GTEAm-class win in the legendary 24 hour race of Le Mans. In addition to that Campbell achieved to become second in the ProAm-class of the 12 hours of Bathurst and to win the 24 hours of Barcelona.

    The 2019 season started with a great victory for Campbell. Together with Dirk Werner and Dennis Olsen he won the 12 hours of Bathurst. Campbell wants to build on that success and wants to be prosperous with Frikadelli Racing in the green hell as well. He already drove for the team from Barweiler in 2018 and finished eleventh in the 24 hour race.

  • Romain Dumas

    Romain Dumas

    Porsche 991 GT3 R #31

    Birthday: 14.12.1977
    Domicile: Arzier (CH)
    Familiy status: unmarried
    Business: Porsche Worksdriver
    Hobbies: Jet-skiing, Running, Rallying

    Romain Dumas has been a Porsche worksdriver since 2004 and contains a passion for motorsport within himself. The Frenchman not just drives in many endurance races because it’s his Job, he also involved in many mountain races and rallyes as a hobby. So Dumas feels comfortable on any surface but especially on the tarmac of the "Green Hell". He already won the legendary 24 hours on the Nürburgring Nordschleife four times.

    But also secluded from the Nürburgring Nordschleife, Dumas already won nearly anything what’s possible to win in endurance racing. He was successful in the 24 hours of Spa-Francorchamps three times, became champion in the American Le Mans Series (LMP2) and won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 2016. To cap it all off he became champion in the WEC.

    In 2019 Dumas will steer a Frikadelli Racing Team car for the first time. The team from Barweiler hopes to benefit from the wealth of experience the Frenchman has.

     

  • Sven Müller

    Sven Müller

    Porsche 991 GT3 R #31

    Birthday: 07.02.1992
    Domicile: Bingen am Rhein (D)
    Familiy status: unmarried
    Business: Porsche Worksdriver
    Hobbies: Motorsport, Skiing, Fishing

    Sven Müller started his career in 2014. As it’s typical he began with karting and did it until 2009. From 2010-2014 he switched to formula cars and competed in ADAC-Formula-Masters, Formula-3-Euroseries and the european Formula-3-Championship. Despite some wins and top-3 finishes, Müller decided to turn over a new leaf and began doing GT-races in 2014. From this point he raced in the german Porsche Carrera Cup and entered the Porsche support program.

    Müller celebrated his breakthrough in 2016. In that year the Porsche-junior not just won the international Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, but also the german Porsche Carrera Cup. All in all he could win nine brand cup races and celebrated 15 podium finishes in 2016. Since 2017 Müller has been a Porsche worksdriver.

    In 2019 Müller celebrates his comeback in the Frikadelli Porsche. The Bingener already drove for the team of Klaus Abbelen & Sabine Schmitz in the 2016 24 hour race of Daytona. Back then the team could achieve a strong twelfth place. Maybe that’s a good omen for this year’s season on the Nürburgring Nordschleife.