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Date of Birth November 26, 1965
Age 57 years, 2 months, 19 days
Place of Birth Caen
Country France
Profession Racing Automobile Driver
Horoscope Capricorn

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Patrice Goueslard is a famous Racing Automobile Driver, born on November 26, 1965 in France. As of January 9, 2023, Patrice Goueslard’s net worth is $5 Million. In 1997, Goueslard started his season with a class win in the 24 Hours of Daytona, driving a Porsche 911 GT2 entered by Roock Racing. Goueslard spent the majority of the season competing in the French GT Championship with Larbre, and, partnering Christophe Bouchut for most of the season, took the title at his first attempt, with ten wins. During the season, he also drove a Porsche 911 GT1 alongside Armin Hahne and Pedro Lamy at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, helping the Schübel Engineering effort to finish fifth overall, and third in the GT1 category; as well as competing in one race of the inaugural FIA GT Championship with Larbre, in which he scored a single point.

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Biography

Patrice Goueslard (born 26 November 1965) is a French racing driver. He competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans each year from 1999 until 2010, having initially made his debut at the event in 1994. His best finish in the event came in 2006, when he and Larbre Compétition drivers Luc Alphand and Jérôme Policand took seventh overall, and third in the GT1 category. In addition to this, he has won the French GT Championship and the GT1 category of the Le Mans Series on three occasions each, as well as the Gentleman Trophy category of the Blancpain Endurance Series on one occasion. In 2001, Goueslard would be less successful in the FIA GT Championship; entering ten of the eleven rounds with Larbre, he finished 12th in the NGT category (after competing in nine races), whilst his single GT category with Larbre saw him classified 12th. He won two races of the French GT Championship in 2001, on his way to third overall. In the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Goueslard drove alongside Chéreau and Sebastien Dumez, finishing tenth overall, and fourth in the GT category..

Goueslard started the 1998 with a third in the 24 Hours of Daytona, driving for Larbre Competition. He remained in the French GT Championship, but was unable to retain his title, despite winning five races; instead, he finished third. A pair of outings with Larbre Competition in the FIA GT Championship did not yield any points, whilst he, Jean-Luc Chéreau and Pierre Yver took 23rd overall, and ninth in the GT2 category in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

In 2002, Goueslard left the FIA GT Championship, and instead focused on the French GT Championship; with four victories, he took the title, whilst driving for Nourry Team Competition in a Porsche 911 GT2. He partnered Bouchut and Vincent Vosse at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the trio took 18th overall, and fourth in class.

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For 2003, Goueslard switched back to Larbre Competition in the French GT Championship, and retained his title, winning two races in the process. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, he drove alongside Bouchut and Steve Zacchia, and they finished 16th overall, and fourth in the GTS category. In 2004, Larbre Competition switched to a Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello, and Goueslard was less successful in the French GT Championship; he did not win a race all season, and finished 12th overall. However, he was able, along with teammates Bouchut and Olivier Dupard to take 14th overall, and fifth in class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and his only entry in the Le Mans Endurance Series, which came at the 1000 km of Spa, saw him finish second in the GTS class, and tenth overall. In 2005, Goueslard primarily focused on the French GT Championship, and took his final win in the series on the way to tenth in the overall standings. He did also compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and partnered Dupard and Vosse to 12th overall, and fourth in the GT2 category.

Patrice Goueslard Net Worth

Patrice is one of the richest Racing Automobile Driver & listed on most popular Racing Automobile Driver. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Patrice Goueslard's net worth $5 Million.

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Goueslard began his auto racing career in 1990, whilst competing in the Championnat de France Formule Renault, with his best finish in the series being 11th in 1993. He made his debut in the 24 Hours of Le Mans the following year, driving for Elf Haberthur Racing with Olivier Haberthur and Patrick Vuillaume, but a turbocharger failure on the team’s Porsche 911 Turbo forced them to retire. That year, he also competed in the Porsche Carrera Cup France, finishing fifth in Class B. He remained in the series for the next two seasons, finishing sixth in 1995 (winning Class B in the process), and fourth in 1996. In the latter year, he also competed in the BPR Global GT Series, driving for Larbre Competition in a GT2-class Porsche 911 GT2, and he finished the season in 21st place. He also drove for Larbre Competition at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, finishing 20th overall, and seventh in the GT2 class.

For 2003, Goueslard switched back to Larbre Competition in the French GT Championship, and retained his title, winning two races in the process. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, he drove alongside Bouchut and Steve Zacchia, and they finished 16th overall, and fourth in the GTS category. In 2004, Larbre Competition switched to a Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello, and Goueslard was less successful in the French GT Championship; he did not win a race all season, and finished 12th overall. However, he was able, along with teammates Bouchut and Olivier Dupard to take 14th overall, and fifth in class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and his only entry in the Le Mans Endurance Series, which came at the 1000 km of Spa, saw him finish second in the GTS class, and tenth overall. In 2005, Goueslard primarily focused on the French GT Championship, and took his final win in the series on the way to tenth in the overall standings. He did also compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and partnered Dupard and Vosse to 12th overall, and fourth in the GT2 category.

In 2006, Goueslard entered each of the six rounds of the Le Mans Series (LMS), now driving for Luc Alphand Aventures in a Chevrolet Corvette C5-R, and finished sixth in the GT1 standings. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, he, Luc Alphand and Jérôme Policand took seventh overall, and third in class. Goueslard remained with Luc Alphand Aventures in the LMS for 2007, and took third in the series (winning one race), whilst driving the team’s new Chevrolet Corvette C6.R. He partnered Policand and Alphand at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and once again took third in the GT1 class, although the team slipped to 12th overall. He was retained by Luc Alphand Aventures for 2008, and this time, with two victories from five races, won the GT1 category of the LMS. In the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Goueslard, Jean-Luc Blancheman and Laurent Pasquali finished 21st overall, and sixth in class.

The 2009 Le Mans Series season was a repeat of the 2008 season, as Goueslard won two races on the way to winning the GT1 category. However, an accident after 99 laps forced the Corvette C6.R of Goueslard, Alphand and Stephane Gregoire to retire from that year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. In 2010, Goueslard and Luc Alphand Aventures switched to the Saleen S7-R, and dominated the GT1 category of the Le Mans Series, taking four out of five possible victories on the way to their third title in a row. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, however, they retired for the second year in a row; this time, the trio of Goueslard, Julien Jousse and Xavier Maassen completed 238 laps.

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Patrice Ranked on the list of most popular Racing Automobile Driver. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in France. Patrice Goueslard celebrates birthday on November 26 of every year.

In 2012, Goueslard remained with SOFREV in the Blancpain Endurance Series, and was classified fourth in the GT3 Pro-Am Cup. In 2013, Goueslard competed in the Blancpain Endurance Series’ Gentleman Trophy category, and, still driving for SOFREV, won the category, with three victories from five races. In an interview with Endurance-info.com, he revealed that he preferred the GT1 cars he had used in the LMS to the GT3 cars of the Blancpain Endurance Series, and that he hoped to find a budget to remain in GT racing for the 2014 season.

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