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Philipp Eng

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Nationality  Austrian
Wins  3
Starts  54

Car no.  12
Debut season  2011
Name  Philipp Eng
Philipp Eng racecamde The online magazine about the Porsche Supercup
Born  28 February 1990 (age 25) Salzburg (Austria) (1990-02-28)
Current team  Deutsche Post by Project 1

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Philipp Eng (born 28 February 1990 in Salzburg) is an Austrian racing driver.

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Karting

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Eng started karting in 2003, by competing in Intercontinental A Junior karts, competing in the Andrea Margutti Trophy and the Italian Open Masters. Eng finished 18th in the Margutti Trophy, leading home Marco Wittmann, while he finished 30th in the Italian Open Masters. Eng continued at JICA level in 2004, finishing seventh in the Margutti Trophy, and 31st in the European Championship. One highlight however was that Eng won the Italian Open Masters, holding off Wittmann again by five points. He moved to ICA level in 2005, but only contested the Italian Championship and the Open Masters. Eng finished in the top ten of both series, ranking ninth in the Open Masters and tenth in the Italian Championship.

Formula BMW

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Eng made his car racing debut for ADAC Berlin-Brandenburg in the Formula BMW ADAC series in 2006. Eng finished tenth in the championship and runner-up behind Jens Klingmann in the Rookie Cup, with a podium coming at the third round at Lausitz. He also competed in a solitary round of the British series for Carlin Motorsport at Silverstone. He finished fourteenth in the second race, having retired from the first. Eng continued in the ADAC series in 2007, and would go on to finish third in the championship behind the Eifelland Racing cars of Klingmann and Daniel Campos-Hull who took twelve of the eighteen race wins between them. Eng did take one win at Barcelona but only after Klingmann was given a ten-second penalty for dangerous driving.

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Eng did make up for this in some aspects by winning the end of season World Final from pole position. Having switched to Mücke Motorsport, Eng dominated the race before leading home Wittmann, Klingmann and Sebastian Saavedra. This earned him a test for the BMW Sauber Formula One team, which he undertook in 2008. Eng completed his FBMW career by driving for Mücke in the inaugural season of the Formula BMW Europe championship. As he was a guest driver, he was ineligible to score points. His best finish came at Spa, when he finished fourth in a wet race.

Formula Three

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Eng competed in four rounds of the 2008 German Formula Three season with HS Technik at the season-opening round at Hockenheim, and also with Ombra Racing at the season-closing round at Oschersleben. Eng finished eleventh in the championship, including a third place finish at Oschersleben, and a pole and fastest lap coming at Hockenheim.

FIA Formula Two

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2009 saw Eng move up to the FIA Formula Two Championship, driving car number 33. He finished eighth in the championship, including a win from pole position at Brands Hatch, taking the first win by an Austrian driver since Jo Gartner did so at Pau in 1983.

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Eng had a tests in GP2 Series for Ocean Racing Technology, but remained in Formula Two for 2010. On the second race of the opening round at Silverstone Circuit, he started from pole and took his second win. He scored a further two wins, improving his championship position to sixth.

ADAC GT Masters

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Eng switched to sports car racing for 2011, competing in the German-based ADAC GT Masters series.

Career summary

Eng was ineligible to score points. * Season still in progress.

Complete FIA Formula Two Championship results

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

Complete Porsche Supercup results

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

Eng was a guest driver, therefore he was ineligible for points.

References

Philipp Eng Wikipedia


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