Frédéric Vervisch has notched up multiple championship victories during his career. The Belgian national made the move from karting to single-seaters as a teenager and quickly progressed, finishing as runner-up in the 2007 German F3 Championship before taking the title in 2008. That same year he won the Asian F3 Championship and he was on a roll.
Vervisch headed Stateside in 2009 to compete in Formula Atlantic, winning the Rookie of the Year title and taking fourth place in the overall standings.
After a two-year stint in Superleague Formula in 2010 and 2011, where he took multiple wins, Vervisch entered the world of sports car racing. Over the past few years, Vervisch has won many Blancpain GT Series (now known as GT World Challenge Europe) races, honing his craft against some of the top GT3 competitors in the world.
In 2019, he took a breakthrough victory at the Nürburgring 24 Hours and followed that up with a second victory in 2022. Two wins at the notoriously tough Macau adds to Vervisch’s record as an assured race winner.
In January 2024, Vervisch will make his debut in the Ford Mustang GT3 at Daytona.
Another new livery makes its debut, this time the two Dinamic GT Mustang GT3s that will race in SRO’s Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS, starting at Paul Ricard (France) in April. Both car No. 54, piloted by Frederic Vervisch, Christopher Mies and...
Ford Performance Press Release Ben Barker, Chris Mies, Dennis Olsen, Andy Priaulx and Frédéric Vervisch join previously announced drivers Joey Hand, Dirk Müller, Harry Tincknell and Mike Rockenfeller on the Ford Performance Mustang GT3 team in 2024. Mies and Vervisch...