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Tom Dillmann
Frenchman Tom Dillmann was born in Mulhouse, near the Swiss and German borders, on 6th April 1989 and has forged an impressive career in single-seaters, winning two high-profile championships to date - German Formula 3 and Formula V8 3.5.
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Age 29
FE Race Wins 0
Poles 0
Driver Position 21
Nationality French

Starting out in karting, where he was a regional championship winner, Tom graduated into cars in 2004 competing in Formula Renault 1600 and the following season, Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup.

Remaining in Formula Renault until the end of 2006, Tom was announced as part of the Red Bull Junior Team for the prestigious Formula 3 Euroseries and became rookie driver in the now defunct A1 Grand Prix series for Team Switzerland.

In 2010, he secured a deal to drive in German Formula 3 and made history as the first French racer to claim the title. Stepping into Formula One support category GP3 in 2011, he then debuted in GP2 during the end-of-year non-championship race at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi and went on to become a category race winner in 2012.

Switching to the Formula Renault 3.5 Series in 2015, while also making a handful of outings in the FIA World Endurance Championship and Blancpain Sprint Series, Tom secured the FR3.5 title the following season and in August of that year he made his Formula E testing debut.

Making selected race appearances in Formula E over the past couple of seasons, his best result to date is fourth place which was achieved in the New York City ePrix in Season 4. In 2018, Tom competed in Super Formula, FIA World Endurance and the world-renowned Le Mans 24 Hours.

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