Sebastian Balthasar

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Sebastian Balthasar (born August 30, 1996 in Dormagen ) is a former German racing driver .


Balthasar first drove in a kart in 2006 . He started his motorsport career in karting in 2008 when he started taking part in kart races. He remained active in karting until 2012 and won the German ADAC Kart Masters championship. In 2012 he was promoted to formula racing . At G & J / Schiler Motorsport he got a cockpit in the ADAC Formula Masters . With a fourth place as the best result, Balthasar reached 13th place overall. In 2013 Balthasar switched to GU-Racing in the German Formula 3 Cup . With a fourth place as the best result, he ended the season in tenth place in the drivers' standings. In addition, Balthasar won the German Formula 3 Trophy Championship in the same season.

In 2014 Balthasar switched to Formula Acceleration 1 , where he was given a cockpit in the German team supervised by Performance Racing . Three third places were his best results. He finished the season in fourth place in the drivers' championship. In addition, Balthasar contested five race weekends in the GP3 series for Hilmer Motorsport in the 2014 season .


Career stations

Individual results in the GP3 series

year team 1 2 3 4th 5 6th 7th 8th 9 10 11 12 13 14th 15th 16 17th 18th Points rank
2014 Hilmer Motorsport SpainSpain ESP AustriaAustria AUT United KingdomUnited Kingdom GBR GermanyGermany GER HungaryHungary HUN BelgiumBelgium BEL ItalyItaly ITA RussiaRussia RUS United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates UAE 0 32.
        22nd DNF 24 21st DNF 17th 19 * DNF DNF DNS        

Web links

Commons : Sebastian Balthasar  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b c "About me"., accessed on July 3, 2014 .
  2. ^ Peter Allen: "German F3 Trophy winner Balthasar to do new FA1 series"., April 9, 2014, accessed July 3, 2014 .
  3. "GP3 - Hilmer obliges German talent". F3 Trophy Master tries GP3., July 3, 2014, accessed July 3, 2014 .