Fabio Scherer already haeds to the next race this weekend. In Road Atlanta (USA), the LMP2 driver will compete in the “Petit Le Mans” for…/Read
Finally it worked out! At the fifth race weekend of the European Le Mans Series in Spa-Francorchamps, Fabio Scherer and his Inter Europol Competition LMP2-team…/Read
Fabio Scherer will compete in the fifth round of the European Le Mans Series this weekend. This time at the Grand Prix circuit of Spa-Francorchamps,…/Read
Fabio Scherer and his team-mates Pietro Fittipaldi and David Heinemeier Hansson were not lucky at the fourth round of the ELMS in Barcelona this weekend.…/Read
16-19 March 2022
"I only know Sebring from the simulator. But I have a lot of respect. The track is very bumpy and there are no big run-off zones. It's a typical old-school circuit that will be very challenging. The mixture of asphalt and concrete slabs is very special. I'm curious to see how it feels in real. And I hope it stays dry!"
15-17 April 2022
Le Castellet (ELMS)
"I know Le Castellet from Formula 3. I tested and raced there. However, we won't be driving on the identical track. In Formula 3 we only used part of the Mistral straight. This time we will race on the longer version. Basically Le Castellet is not one of my favourite tracks. For me, there are too many run-off zones on this track. I also find the track a bit boring because it's so flat."
13-15 May 2022
"I raced at Imola in 2016. That was in Italian Formula 4 and I even scored points there. I really enjoyed driving there. There are a lot of fast corners and it's always up and down. With the LMP2, the track will be very demanding. But I'm really looking forward to this race. I'm sure it will be a lot of fun!"
09-12 June 2022
24h Le Mans
"The 24 Hours of Le Mans is the highlight of the year. I'm delighted to be able to return there. And frankly, I also have a score to settle. I had a technical issue there in 2021 in a good position, which set us way back. I will go to Le Mans this year with a lot more experience. That will certainly help me. And of course I'm looking forward to this fantastic race!"
23-26 June 2022
Watkis Glen (IMSA)
"Watkins Glen is a track that is very familiar to us Swiss. Clay Regazzoni lost the world championship title fight there to Emerson Fittipaldi in 1974. I don't know the track myself. But what I saw on paper looks interesting. I think the twelve corners are all very demanding. None of them seems similar. So I'm really looking forward to this new challenge."
01-3 July 2022
"I know Monza very well. And it will be my home race this year. I hope that as many Swiss fans as possible come to Monza. Because this makes it even more special for me. In Monza you drive with as little downforce as possible. So top speed will be around 320 km/h. That means it will definitely be a fast race – with lots of action."
26-28 August 2022
"The race in Barcelona at the end of August could be a hot race. And if it is, tyre degradation will be very high. I still know the track from Formula 3. I tested there and also raced there. With Formula 3, I didn't find the track particularly exciting. With the LMP2 it could be different. Let's hope so!"
23-25 September 2022
"Spa-Francorchamps is one of my favourite circuits. If not my favourite par excellence. I know the track very well by now. I've raced there in Formula 3, DTM and last year in LMP2. I'm really looking forward to this race. And of course I want to repeat there my victory from last year!"
28-1 October 2022
Road Atlanta (IMSA)
"I only know Road Atlanta from television. An up and down track, just the way I like it. A real old-school track that, it seems to me, is pretty fast and has some interesting full-throttle corners after the start and finish. I don't think the race is called Petit Le Mans for nothing..."
14-16 October 2022
"Portimão is a track that I really enjoy. It has a bit of a rollercoaster character. A few parts of the track go blind. I've only been there in a Formula 3 car so far. I missed last year's race in the WEC because of a Corona illness. So I have something to make up for there!"
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I started karting in 2009. And I won the Swiss championship there twice. In 2015 I became Young Driver of the Year.
In 2016 I switched to car-racing and I won my first race in the ADAC Formula 4 straight away. In 2017 I finished 5th with a win and a total of five podiums.
In 2018 I switched to the highly competitive F3 European championship. There I achieved my best result with 2nd place in Spa-Francorchamps. In the rookie classification I ended up in 7th place with one win and a total of five podiums.
In 2019 I raced in the FIA International Formula 3 as part of the Sauber Junior Team.
The year after I switched to the WRT Audi Racing Team and completed my first DTM season. The best result was two fifth places.
In 2021, I took on the next challenge with LMP2. There I drove for the world champion team United Autosport in the WEC. We won two races (Spa and Monza). I finished fifth overall. Due to a technical issue my first Le Mans apperance ended without happyend.
This year I'm driving in two championships. On the one hand, I'm driving for High Class Racing team in the IMSA Endurance Cup, on the other hand I will compete for Inter Europol in the ELMS.
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