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Nationality  British
Role  Martin Brundle's son
Education  Oakham School
Name  Alex Brundle
Parents  Martin Brundle
Uncles  Robin Brundle

Born  7 August 1990 (age 25)King's Lynn (England) (1990-08-07)
Related to  Martin Brundle (father)Robin Brundle (uncle)
20122009, 201120102007–082006–072006  GP3 SeriesFIA Formula TwoBritish Formula 3Formula Palmer AudiFPA Autumn TrophyT Cars
Grandparents  Alma Brundle, John Brundle
Similar People  Martin Brundle, Olivier Pla, Jann Mardenborough, Robin Brundle, Jennie Gow

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Alex Brundle (born 7 August 1990 in King's Lynn) is a British racing driver. He is the son of Formula One driver-turned-commentator Martin Brundle. He attended Oakham School in Rutland, and is managed by 2MB Sports Management, a company established by Martin and his colleague Mark Blundell.


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Formula E

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Alex Brundle signed on 12 February 2014 to drive in the new Formula E, the FIA championship for electric vehicles.

T Cars

Brundle drove a kart for the first time at the age of eight. He began his car racing career in 2006 by competing in the T Cars championship, a saloon car-based series for drivers aged fourteen to seventeen. He finished eighth in the championship.

Formula Palmer Audi

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In the closing months of 2006, Brundle moved to open-wheel racing by taking part in the Formula Palmer Audi Autumn Trophy, in which he finished 21st overall. For 2007, he stayed in the category for the season's main championship, finishing eleventh, and also returned to the Autumn Trophy afterwards, improving to eighth.

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In 2008, he returned to FPA for a second season, taking a pole position and three podium finishes on his way to sixth position in the championship. His father Martin, inspired by his son's progress, also raced in the round of the championship held at Spa-Francorchamps.

Formula Two

Brundle signed to drive for the relaunched FIA Formula Two Championship in 2009. He drove car number 5 in the series, and joined Jolyon Palmer and Jack Clarke in graduating to it from the previous year's FPA championship. He finished nineteenth in the championship, amassing five points.

Formula Three

Brundle competed in the 2010 British Formula 3 Championship, driving for the T-Sport team. He finished 17th after contesting all 30 rounds, scoring 11 points with a best finish of 8th.

Return to Formula Two

Brundle returned to Formula Two for the 2011 season. He struggled during his first race weekend of the season at Silverstone, but took pole position for the first race at Magny Cours, and secured a podium finish in both of the weekend's races. Brundle later got a third podium finish with a 3rd place at race one at Monza. Brundle finished the season 7th in the standings making him the most successful British driver of the 2011 Formula Two season.


Brundle will make his Le Mans debut in 2012, piloting a Greaves Motorsport-run Zytek-Nissan LMP2 alongside his father. He is also set to contest the Le Mans Series for the team, who enter 2012 as reigning champions.

Brundle competed in the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship season, finishing second for OAK Racing in LMP2 class. After finishing fifth at the 2014 Rolex 24 at Daytona while driving for Muscle Milk Pickett Racing, he will return to OAK for the rest of the 2014 United SportsCar Championship season North American Endurance Cup events at Sebring International Raceway, Watkins Glen International, and Road Atlanta, respectively.


On 3 February 2012, Brundle was signed to race in the 8 round 2012 GP3 Series by Carlin Motorsport. The season will follow the European leg of the Formula One Championship and is considered a stepping stone into the GP2 Series.

On 13 May 2012, Brundle obtained points in his debut race with a 10th place finish at the Feature Race of the Spanish Grand-Prix. He then subsequently achieved 8th place in the sprint race the following day.

Career summary

As Brundle was a guest driver, he was ineligible to score points.

Complete Formula Two results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Complete GP3 Series results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Complete FIA World Endurance Championship results

As Brundle was a guest driver, he was ineligible to score points.

European Le Mans Series results


Alex Brundle Wikipedia