Ronnie Bremer (born 14 October 1978) is a Danish racecar driver who has driven in the Champ Car World Series.
Bremer won three consecutive Danish Formula A karting championships from 1998 to 2000, before racing in British Formula Ford and Formula 3. In 2003, he shifted his career to America, running in the Toyota Atlantic Series, where he notched one win and finished fifth in the Championship.
In a somewhat surprising move, the HVM team signed Bremer, still a relative unknown, to a Champ Car ride for 2005. The rookie was impressive in his first five starts, but he was dropped by HVM for financial reasons. However, HVM soon announced that regardless, they had already signed Bremer for 2006. After missing one race, Bremer joined the Dale Coyne Racing team to finish the 2005 season. Ronnie claimed that he would be returning to HVM, but this proved not to be the case. The team instead signed Dan Clarke and Nelson Philippe. Bremer returned to Atlantics for the last few races of the 2006 season driving for Polestar Racing Group. He tested for RuSport in the hope of replacing the injured Cristiano da Matta for the final 2 races of 2006, but the drive went to Ryan Briscoe.
He returned to Polestar in 2007 for a partial season of Atlantics racing. After Polestar suspended operations, he announced a move to Brooks Associates racing, where he began starting with the race at San Jose.
Ronnie Bremer has the record of most winning Danish racecar driver
Bremer now drives for Team Stevenson Motorsport in the Rolex Grand Am (2011)
2011 > Present - GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series(Stevenson Motorsports) Daytona Rolex 24 and Jet Black Racing — Dubai 24
2010 GRAND-AM Rolex Series (Stevenson Motorsports) Team Rhino’s Leipert ADAC GT Masters
2009 Peugeot Spider Cup, Denmark Champion Wins 14 of 14 races, Record in Danish racing history. Team Rhino’s Leipert ADAC GT Masters
Peugeot Spider International Finales (SPA Belgium) Podium FIA Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix Royal Pro/Am Champion
2008 Danish Touring Car (KP Racing Mercedes) Mini Le Mans i Peugeot 207 Spider
2007 ChampCar Atlantic Series
2006 Danish Touring Car
2005 ChampCar World Series
2004 Toyota ChampCar Atlantic Series Rookie of the year
2003 Petit Le Mans Danish Touring Car Championship Champion British Formula 3
2002 Danish Touring Car British Formula 3
2001 Danish Championship for Teams (Karting) – Champion Formula Ford Festival Vice Champion British Formula Ford
2000 Yokohama Cup – Winner Danish Formula A Championship – Champion Italian Formula A Championship Winner Nordic Championship, Vice Champion
1999 Danish Formula A Championship – Champion Formula Super A World Championship
1998 Danish Championship Formula A – Champion Formula A European Championship Formula A World Championship
1997 Danish Formula A Championship Challenge Race – Champion McDonald's Grand Final – Champion Viking Trophy — Vice Champion Nordic Championship ICA — Vice Champion
1996 (Karting) Danish Championship German Winter Cup Championship
1995 (Karting) Regional Championship – Champion Danish Championship — Vice Champion
1990 – 1994 (Karting): Danish Championship Formula Junior (1990) Champion