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Meet Nico


Meet Nico

I started racing quite late, when I was 15, by seeing my father driving in Europe. Before trying to become a racing champion, I had the ambition to become a tennis professional. I played tennis for 12 years (from 3 to 15 years old), then I had knee problems which forced me to stop. Then I discovered racing with a new target : becoming an IndyCar champion in a few years ! That's why I decided to move quickly in the US, to grow up through the Mazda Road to Indy. 

Back in Europe, my racing goal is now to achieve many titles, wins and pole positions in every championship I drive, starting from Blancpain GT and ELMS (endurance).

I already achieved 20 Wins, 42 Podiums and 20 Pole positions. But it's only the beginning...

Apart from that, I’m an ambitious and competitive driver. I’m always concentrating on my goal during a race weekend, but I like having laughs with my friends when I have the occasion! I play golf as well, as soon as I can.

My manager is Didier Coton : +37792050095 ;

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Nico facts

DOB: December 5, 1995
Born: Rouen, France
Residence: Coconut Creek, Florida and Normandy, France
Racing hero: Ayrton Senna
Fitness routine: A couple of hours of daily training (cardio, body workout, swimming)
Pre-race rituals: I climb in my car every time from the same side (left side)
An interesting note about me: I have the ability to learn a new track very quickly and to be on a good pace early

Racing achievements till now : 1 title (Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda), 20 Wins, 42 Podiums and 20 Pole positions


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ELMS (LMP2): Duqueine Engineering, ORECA 07 Gibson #30 (1 podium)
First 24 Hours of Le Mans participation

Season ongoing

  • ELMS (LMP2) : Duqueine Engineering, ORECA 07 Gibson #29, 11th in the Championship, 35 points (1 podium, 1 pole position, 1 fastest lap)
  • Blancpain Sprint: Akka ASP Team, 6th, 45 points (1 podium, 1 pole position)
  • Blancpain Sprint : Akka ASP Team, Mercedes AMG GT3 #87, 7th in the Championship, 26 points (1 pole position)

  • 2017 Indy Lights : Andretti Autosport, 7th in the Championship, 269 points (3 wins, 5 podiums, 1 pole position, 1 fastest lap). Winner in Barber, Indianapolis and Mid-Ohio. Driver with most wins in the year, equal with 3 other drivers.
  • IMSA Prototype Challenge (LMP3) : Ansa Motorsports, 9th in the championship, 42 points (2 wins, 2 pole positions, 2 fastest laps)
  • World Challenge (GTS) : 22nd, 51 points

  • Pro Mazda : Cape Motorsports / Wayne Taylor Racing, 3rd in the Championship, 331 points (2 wins, 6 podiums, 1 pole position, 2 fastest laps). Winner in Mid-Ohio.

  • Won the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda title in dominant fashion, with 10 wins, 13 poles, and podium finishes in all but one of the 16 races
  • Set new records for pole positions and podiums in a season.
  • Awarded the ReplayXD Move of the Race at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis
  • Won the pre-season Cooper Tire Winterfest championship with four podium finishes in six events, including a win in the finale at Barber Motorsports Park

  • Finished ninth in the championship in his rookie Cooper Tires USF2000 Powered by Mazda season, with 10 top-10 finishes, two top-five drives and a podium finish of third in the season-opener at St. Petersburg

2013 — 2011
  • Moved up to the Formula Renault 2.0 North European Championship, finishing seventh in points with one podium finish at Silverstone in England
  • Graduated to cars, finishing seventh in the French Formula 4 Championship as a rookie with four podium finishes in the last six races
  • Began his career in karting at age 15
  • Competed in the Rotax Max Junior French Championship with several strong results, including a podium finish

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