Timo Glock

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Timo Glock
Timo Glock.JPG
Glock in 2015
Nationality Flag of Germany.svg German
Born (1982-03-18) 18 March 1982 (age 42)
Lindenfels, West Germany
DTM career
Debut season 2013
Current team ROWE Racing
Racing licence FIA Platinum Driver.png FIA Platinum
Car number16
Former teams BMW Team MTEK, BMW Team RMR, BMW Team RMG
Starts146
Championships0
Wins5
Poles6
Fastest laps4
Best finish5th in 2018, 2020
Finished last season17th
Formula One World Championship career
Active years 2004, 20082012
Teams Jordan, Toyota, Virgin, Marussia
Entries95 (91 starts)
Championships 0
Wins 0
Podiums3
Career points51
Pole positions 0
Fastest laps 1
First entry 2004 Canadian Grand Prix
Last entry 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix
Champ Car career
Years active2005
Best finish8th (2005)
First race Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
Last race Gran Premio Tecate
WinsPodiums Poles
010
Previous series
2015
2006–2007
2005
2004, 20082012
2004
2003
2002
2001
Blancpain GT Series
GP2 Series
Champ Car World Series
Formula One
Porsche Supercup
Formula 3 Euro Series
German Formula 3
Formula BMW

Timo Glock (German pronunciation: [ˈtiːmoɡlɔk] ; born 18 March 1982) is a German professional racing driver, and BMW Motorsport works driver. He raced in Formula One for the Jordan, Toyota, Virgin Racing and Marussia F1 teams. He finished 10th in the Drivers' Championship in both 2008 and 2009, scoring three podium finishes.

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After leaving Formula One in 2013, Glock became a works driver for BMW in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, driving for BMW Team MTEK, and achieved his first DTM podium at the Red Bull Ring, and a first win at the season finale at the Hockenheimring.

Early career

Born in Lindenfels, West Germany, Glock began his motorsport career in 1998 at the age of 15. He won several karting championships as well as the BMW ADAC Formula Junior Cup in 2000 and the Formula BMW ADAC Championship in 2001. In his first German Formula Three Championship season in 2002, he finished third in the standings en route to rookie of the year honours. In 2003, he competed in the Formula Three Euroseries, winning three races and scoring three other podium finishes, which were enough to place him in fifth position in the Championship.

Formula One

Glock driving for Jordan during free practice for the 2004 British Grand Prix. Timo Glock - Jordan EJ14 during practice for the 2004 British Grand Prix (50831457606).jpg
Glock driving for Jordan during free practice for the 2004 British Grand Prix.

Jordan (2004)

Glock was signed as Jordan Grand Prix's test driver for the 2004 Formula One season and made his Formula One debut at the Canadian Grand Prix replacing Giorgio Pantano, who had a contract dispute with Jordan. He finished 11th, but inherited 7th following the disqualification of the Williams and Toyota cars and thus scored two points on his debut.

He finished the season with Jordan, taking over from Pantano for the last three races. Glock's sponsorship with Deutsche Post helped bring back the colours of DHL to Jordan. [1]

Champ Car

2005

In 2005, Glock shifted his career to the United States, racing in the Champ Car World Series with Paul Gentilozzi's Rocketsports team. His best finish was second place at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve at the Molson Indy Montreal in Canada, where he was defeated by Oriol Servia. In the closing laps of the race Glock twice retained the lead over Servia by missing the track's final chicane. As the rules require drivers who gain or retain a position by driving off the racing surface to give way, Glock was asked to move over by Champ Car officials, and let Servia take the lead. Glock obliged midway through the final lap, giving him enough time to try to take the lead back, but to no avail. Glock finished 8th in the final season points standings and won the Champ Car World Series' Rookie of the Year award.

GP2

2006–2007

Glock in the cockpit of his GP2 car during the 2007 Monaco Grand Prix weekend Timo Glock GP2 2007.jpg
Glock in the cockpit of his GP2 car during the 2007 Monaco Grand Prix weekend

In 2006, Glock raced in Europe in the GP2 Series, the level immediately below Formula One. He started with the midfield BCN Competicion team, gaining average results. In mid-season, however, he moved to the front-running iSport team and after a string of improved results finished fourth in the drivers' standings, also winning an award for "most improved driver" in the series. [2] In 2006 he tested an F1 car again for BMW Sauber, which led to him being signed in December as the team's second test driver for 2007.

Glock was also re-signed for 2007 by iSport and won one feature race and four sprint races on his way to the championship. [3] Following the serious crash of regular Formula One BMW driver Robert Kubica in Canada, it was speculated that Glock might take over the drive. However, the team instead chose its lead test driver Sebastian Vettel. [4] Vettel's drive as a fill-in helped him get a full-time racing seat with the Toro Rosso team later in the season, starting at the Hungarian Grand Prix, and Glock was then promoted to the main test and reserve driver for BMW.

Return to Formula One

Toyota (2008–2009)

Glock driving for Toyota F1 at the 2008 Malaysian Grand Prix Timo Glock 2008 Malaysia 2.jpg
Glock driving for Toyota F1 at the 2008 Malaysian Grand Prix

After winning the GP2 Series in 2007, Glock was connected to several F1 teams. He signed a contract with Toyota F1, though still under a test driver contract with BMW, which led to the dispute being brought before the Contract Recognition Board. In November, the CRB ruled that Glock was free to race for Toyota in 2008 [5] and shortly afterwards Glock signed a three-year contract to replace Ralf Schumacher at Toyota. He scored his first points of 2008 in the Canadian Grand Prix, finishing 4th ahead of Felipe Massa's Ferrari. Glock qualified a career-best fifth at the Hungarian Grand Prix, and finished the race in second place. At the Singapore Grand Prix, Glock finished 4th, one of his best of the season.

In the final race of the 2008 season, the Brazilian Grand Prix, Glock was seventh with a few laps to go when it started to rain. Glock remained on the track with dry-weather tyres, while most of the other drivers, including Lewis Hamilton, opted to pit for wet tyres. [6] The decision to stay out moved Glock up the order, ahead of Hamilton on track. Starting the final lap, Glock was fourth but was struggling on his dry-weather tyres as the rain intensified. He was passed by Toro Rosso's Sebastian Vettel and McLaren's Lewis Hamilton in the final corners. Hamilton regained fifth place to win the 2008 Drivers' Championship. [7] Glock finished the race in sixth and the championship in tenth position, with 25 points, behind teammate Jarno Trulli. [8]

Glock during practice for the 2009 Japanese Grand Prix, which he missed after sustaining an injury during qualifying Timo Glock 2009 Japan 3rd Free Practice.jpg
Glock during practice for the 2009 Japanese Grand Prix, which he missed after sustaining an injury during qualifying

After being in the top 10 in all three practice sessions in Australia, Glock qualified 6th on the grid. However, the rear wing of his (and teammate Trulli's) Toyota was deemed to be too flexible and thus illegal, and his time was cleared and he started 19th. During the race, he worked his way through the pack to finish in 5th place. However, after the race, Lewis Hamilton was disqualified and stripped of his 4th-place finish, and Glock was promoted to 4th. A week later in Malaysia, he qualified 5th, but started 3rd after penalties to both Sebastian Vettel and Rubens Barrichello. At the start of the race, Glock slipped to 8th, but an inspired tyre choice as the rain started, coupled with precise driving, saw Glock finish in 3rd when the race was ended early on lap 32.

Consecutive seventh places for Glock in the rain in China, and in the dry in Bahrain had given him a total of 12 points for the season, although these finishes came in contrasting ways. In China he qualified 14th, not making it out of Qualifying 2, whilst in Bahrain he qualified 2nd, led the race in the first stint, but he had a poor second stint on hard tyres which forced him to battle his way back to seventh by the end of the race. Glock earned his second podium of the season when he finished 2nd behind Lewis Hamilton at the Singapore Grand Prix after qualifying in 6th. The race began well when Glock passed Alonso and was given a place by Mark Webber who was forced to let Alonso overtake. Late in the race Glock seemed set for 3rd place until Nico Rosberg crossed the white line exiting the pits, earning him a drive through penalty and allowing Glock to easily take 2nd place.

In qualifying for the 2009 Japanese Grand Prix, Glock crashed heavily at the last corner and was airlifted to hospital with a leg injury. As he was not fit to race, Jarno Trulli was the only driver representing Toyota. On 11 October 2009, Toyota confirmed that its test driver Kamui Kobayashi would make his race debut in the Brazilian Grand Prix, as Glock had suffered further complications from his accident, resulting in a cracked vertebra and he would not be guaranteed to be fit in time to race in Brazil and Abu Dhabi. Toyota pulled out of F1 at the end of 2009, leaving an uncertain future for Glock.

Virgin (2010–2011)

Glock driving for Virgin Racing at the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix Timo Glock 2010 Malaysia 3rd Free Practice.jpg
Glock driving for Virgin Racing at the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix

Glock's future for a time appeared uncertain, but on 17 November new team Manor Grand Prix announced that he had signed for them and would be their lead driver for the 2010 and 2011 seasons. [9] It seemed as though Glock would partner Polish driver Robert Kubica at Renault, but following Renault's decision to announce whether it will take part in Formula 1 for 2010, Glock chose an option where he will be guaranteed a drive although the car might be less competitive. [9] Manor became Virgin Racing in November 2009 and that Glock's former GP2 rival Lucas di Grassi would become his teammate. Glock started the 2010 season with three successive retirements in Bahrain, Australia and Malaysia. In addition, he failed to start the Chinese Grand Prix due to engine failure; This was despite good qualifying performances which saw him out-qualify all of the new teams' drivers in Bahrain and regularly start higher than his teammate Di Grassi. The Spanish Grand Prix was where he recorded his first finish for the team, and his first finish of the season with 18th place. Glock's best result of the season saw him finish in 14th in Japan, the team's best result of the year.

Timo Glock at the 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix Timo Glock 2011 Malaysia FP1.jpg
Timo Glock at the 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix

In 2011, Jérôme d'Ambrosio joined Glock at the team, where he failed to start the Turkish Grand Prix.

On 24 July 2011, it was announced that Glock had signed a 3-year extension to his current contract, committing him to Virgin until 2014. [10]

Marussia (2012)

Glock at the 2012 US Grand Prix Timo Glock, United States Grand Prix, Austin 2012.jpg
Glock at the 2012 US Grand Prix

The team was renamed as Marussia F1 for the 2012 season and he would partner his third teammate in his three years at the team, French rookie Charles Pic. [11] Marussia were forced to pull out of pre-season testing after failing a crash test for rear impact but eventually they passed allowing Glock to compete in the opening race. [12] Glock started the 2012 season strongly by finishing 14th in Australia which equaled his highest ever finish with the Virgin/Marussia team. Glock came 17th in Malaysia, and then scored two consecutive 19th-place finishes in China and Bahrain. Furthermore, he finished 18th in the Spanish Grand Prix, before he achieved 14th again in Monaco and retired from the Canadian Grand Prix race with a brake malfunction.

Glock driving at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix Timo Glock 2012 Malaysia FP1.jpg
Glock driving at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix

Glock withdrew from the European Grand Prix after contracting a stomach bug. [13] However, he was fit in time for the British Grand Prix where he finished 18th, and he followed that up with 22nd at his home Grand Prix. It was reported at the Hungarian Grand Prix that a feud was brewing between Glock and his teammate after Pic blocked him during qualifying. [14] Glock finished the race 21st after battling with Michael Schumacher and Pedro de la Rosa. Glock finished 15th at Spa after a collision with Pastor Maldonado. He suffered no damage and finished ahead of his teammate as they battled in the final stages of the race while also getting lapped by other cars. At Monza, he finished 17th after sustaining front wing damage after colliding with Vitaly Petrov in the second corner of lap 1.

However, at Singapore, he produced his best result for Marussia, finishing in 12th place after a faultless performance. This crucially pushed Marussia into 10th place in the Constructors' Championship, due to a better non-points finishing record. In Japan Glock was up to 11th by the second lap after two first corner incidents, however he finished 16th. In Korea he finished 18th, and in India he came 20th after another battle with Michael Schumacher. He encountered Schumacher again in Abu Dhabi and let him pass to overtake Heikki Kovalainen who was in the crucial 12th place needed to demote Marussia to 11th in the Constructors' Championship. [15] In São Paulo, he was running strongly and ahead of the Caterhams until he was hit by Jean-Éric Vergne. He claimed this 'destroyed his race' with Petrov ultimately passing Charles Pic to take 10th spot for Caterham in the championship. [16] Glock finished the season 20th in the Drivers' Championship; his best yet for the Virgin/Marussia team.

For the 2013 season he was due to remain with Marussia and partner Max Chilton who would have been his fourth teammate in four years at the team, however on 21 January 2013 it was confirmed that Glock had left Marussia by mutual consent. [17] Glock was supposed to be replaced by Luiz Razia, but due to funding issues Razia's contract was terminated prior to the start of the season. He would ultimately be replaced by Jules Bianchi. [18]

DTM

Glock at the 2014 Hungarian DTM race TimoGlockHungaroringDTM20142.jpg
Glock at the 2014 Hungarian DTM race

Glock switched to the DTM in 2013, signing for BMW. [19] In his third race he scored his first points and podium with third place. He would not score any more points until the final race of the season at Hockenheim, where he won his first DTM race of his career.

Personal life

Glock lives in Switzerland with his wife, German model Isabell Reis. She travels the world with him during the season. Glock and Reis are neighbours and close friends with former Caterham F1 driver Heikki Kovalainen and his British wife Catherine Hyde.

Racing record

Career summary

SeasonSeriesTeamRacesWinsPolesF/LapsPodiumsPointsPosition
2000ADAC Formula Junior Cup19116N/A15285.51st
2001Formula BMW ADACBMW Formel ADAC Rookie Team2083N/A132681st
2002 German Formula 3 Championship Opel Team KMS183236523rd
2003 Formula 3 Euro Series Opel Team KMS203016555th
Masters of Formula 3 10000030th
2004 Porsche Supercup Porsche AG VIP Team 100N/A00NC
Formula One Jordan Ford 40000219th
2005 Champ Car World Series Rocketsports Racing 1300112028th
2006 GP2 Series BCN Competición 90000604th
iSport International 112015
2007 GP2 Series iSport International 2054410881st
Formula One BMW Sauber F1 Team Test driver
2008 Formula One Panasonic Toyota Racing 1800012510th
2009 Formula One Panasonic Toyota Racing 1400122410th
2010 Formula One Virgin Racing 190000025th
2011 Formula One Marussia Virgin Racing 190000025th
2012 Formula One Marussia F1 Team 200000020th
2013 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team MTEK 101002409th
2014 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team MTEK 1000013316th
2015 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team MTEK 1811215615th
Blancpain Endurance Series ROAL Motorsport 20000438th
2016 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team RMG 1810018410th
2017 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team RMG 1813041337th
Intercontinental GT Challenge Team Castrol Vodafone 100000NC
2018 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team RMR 2010151445th
2019 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team RMR 1800105812th
2020 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW Team RMG 1801011205th
2021 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters ROWE Racing 160000917th
GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup Walkenhorst Motorsport30000922nd
IMSA SportsCar Championship - GTLM BMW Team RLL 1000028614th
2022 Stock Car Brasil Lubrax Podium 000000NC†
Italian GT Championship - GT3 Ceccato Motors
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters 200000NC†
2023 Porsche Supercup Porsche Motorsport200000NC†
2024 Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie - BMW M240i

As Glock was a guest driver he was ineligible to score points.
* Season still in progress.

Complete German Formula Three results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearEntrantEngine1234567891011121314151617181920DCPts
2002 Opel Team KMS Opel HOC
1

17
HOC
2

6
NÜR
1

C
NÜR
2

C
SAC
1

Ret
SAC
2

1
NOR
1

Ret
NOR
2

9
LAU
1

3
LAU
2

4
HOC
1

7
HOC
2

19
NÜR
1

1
NÜR
2

2
A1R
1

Ret
A1R
2

1
ZAN
1

Ret
ZAN
2

11
HOC
1

2
HOC
2

4
3rd52

Complete Formula Three Euro Series results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearEntrantChassisEngine1234567891011121314151617181920DCPoints
2003 Opel Team KMS Dallara F303/009 Spiess-Opel HOC
1

6
HOC
2

7
ADR
1

1
ADR
2

13
PAU
1

3
PAU
2

Ret
NOR
1

2
NOR
2

3
LMS
1

18
LMS
2

25
NÜR
1

14
NÜR
2

12
A1R
1

12
A1R
2

9
ZAN
1

15
ZAN
2

14
HOC
1

1
HOC
2

22
MAG
1

13
MAG
2

1
5th55

Complete Porsche Supercup results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearTeam123456789101112DCPoints
2004 Porsche AG IMO CAT MON NÜR
7
USA USA MAG SIL HOC HUN SPA MNZ NC‡0‡
2023 Porsche Motorsport MON RBR SIL HUN
15
SPA ZND ZND MNZ
9
NC‡0‡

Not eligible for points.

Complete Formula One results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearEntrantChassisEngine1234567891011121314151617181920WDC Points
2004 Jordan Ford Jordan EJ14 Ford RS2 3.0 V10 AUS
TD
MAL
TD
BHR
TD
SMR
TD
ESP
TD
MON
TD
EUR
TD
CAN
7
USA
TD
FRA
TD
GBR
TD
GER
TD
HUN
TD
BEL
TD
ITA
TD
CHN
15
JPN
15
BRA
15
19th2
2008 Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF108 Toyota RVX-08 2.4 V8 AUS
Ret
MAL
Ret
BHR
9
ESP
11
TUR
13
MON
12
CAN
4
FRA
11
GBR
12
GER
Ret
HUN
2
EUR
7
BEL
9
ITA
11
SIN
4
JPN
Ret
CHN
7
BRA
6
10th25
2009 Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF109 Toyota RVX-09 2.4 V8 AUS
4
MAL
3
CHN
7
BHR
7
ESP
10
MON
10
TUR
8
GBR
9
GER
9
HUN
6
EUR
14
BEL
10
ITA
11
SIN
2
JPN
DNS
BRA ABU 10th24
2010 Virgin Racing Virgin VR-01 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 BHR
Ret
AUS
Ret
MAL
Ret
CHN
DNS
ESP
18
MON
Ret
TUR
18
CAN
Ret
EUR
19
GBR
18
GER
18
HUN
16
BEL
18
ITA
17
SIN
Ret
JPN
14
KOR
Ret
BRA
20
ABU
Ret
25th0
2011 Marussia Virgin Racing Virgin MVR-02 Cosworth CA2011 2.4 V8 AUS
NC
MAL
16
CHN
21
TUR
DNS
ESP
19
MON
Ret
CAN
15
EUR
21
GBR
16
GER
17
HUN
17
BEL
18
ITA
15
SIN
Ret
JPN
20
KOR
18
IND
Ret
ABU
19
BRA
Ret
25th0
2012 Marussia F1 Team Marussia MR01 Cosworth CA2012 2.4 V8 AUS
14
MAL
17
CHN
19
BHR
19
ESP
18
MON
14
CAN
Ret
EUR
DNS
GBR
18
GER
22
HUN
21
BEL
15
ITA
17
SIN
12
JPN
16
KOR
18
IND
20
ABU
14
USA
19
BRA
16
20th0

Half points were awarded at the 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix as less than 75% of the race distance was completed.

Complete Champ Car Series results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearTeam12345678910111213RankPointsRef
2005 Rocketsports LBH
6
MTY
11
MIL
9
POR
10
CLE
10
TOR
7
EDM
13
SJO
6
DEN
13
MTL
2
LVG
8
SRF
6
MXC
5
8th202 [20]

Complete GP2 Series results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearEntrant123456789101112131415161718192021DCPoints
2006 BCN Competición VAL
FEA

16
VAL
SPR

8
IMO
FEA

7
IMO
SPR

4
NÜR
FEA

17
NÜR
SPR

Ret
CAT
FEA

11
CAT
SPR

10
MON
FEA

Ret
4th58
iSport International SIL
FEA

2
SIL
SPR

6
MAG
FEA

1
MAG
SPR

4
HOC
FEA

3
HOC
SPR

1
HUN
FEA

2
HUN
SPR

5
IST
FEA

4
IST
SPR

4
MNZ
FEA

Ret
MNZ
SPR

DNS
2007 iSport International BHR
FEA

2
BHR
SPR

2
CAT
FEA

2
CAT
SPR

1
MON
FEA

3
MAG
FEA

Ret
MAG
SPR

Ret
SIL
FEA

Ret
SIL
SPR

Ret
NÜR
FEA

1
NÜR
SPR

5
HUN
FEA

10
HUN
SPR

Ret
IST
FEA

4
IST
SPR

1
MNZ
FEA

3
MNZ
SPR

1
SPA
FEA

17
SPA
SPR

DNS
VAL
FEA

7
VAL
SPR

1
1st88

Complete Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearTeamCar1234567891011121314151617181920PosPoints
2013 BMW Team MTEK BMW M3 DTM HOC
Ret
BRH
13
SPL
3
LAU
14
NOR
13
MSC
16
NÜR
18
OSC
15
ZAN
18
HOC
1
9th40
2014 BMW Team MTEK BMW M4 DTM HOC
5
OSC
Ret
HUN
19
NOR
16
MSC
6
SPL
3
NÜR
17
LAU
Ret
ZAN
12
HOC
11
16th33
2015 BMW Team MTEK BMW M4 DTM HOC
1

8
HOC
2

10
LAU
1

18
LAU
2

12
NOR
1

13
NOR
2

Ret
ZAN
1

6
ZAN
2

4
SPL
1

19
SPL
2

14
MSC
1

Ret
MSC
2

17
OSC
1

1
OSC
2

7
NÜR
1

13
NÜR
2

20
HOC
1

18†
HOC
2

21
15th56
2016 BMW Team RMG BMW M4 DTM HOC
1

Ret
HOC
2

DSQ
SPL
1

4
SPL
2

1
LAU
1

12
LAU
2

10
NOR
1

21
NOR
2

9
ZAN
1

21
ZAN
2

6
MSC
1

11
MSC
2

24†
NÜR
1

5
NÜR
2

14
HUN
1

13
HUN
2

5
HOC
1

7
HOC
2

4
10th84
2017 BMW Team RMG BMW M4 DTM HOC
1

2
HOC
2

8
LAU
1

11
LAU
2

15
HUN
1

2
HUN
2

7
NOR
1

5
NOR
2

10
MSC
1

5
MSC
2

13
ZAN
1

1
ZAN
2

7
NÜR
1

12
NÜR
2

8
SPL
1

10
SPL
2

7
HOC
1

3
HOC
2

12
7th133
2018 BMW Team RMR BMW M4 DTM HOC
1

3
HOC
2

1
LAU
1

2
LAU
2

5
HUN
1

14
HUN
2

2
NOR
1

10
NOR
2

10
ZAN
1

6
ZAN
2

10
BRH
1

13
BRH
2

11
MIS
1

7
MIS
2

15
NÜR
1

4
NÜR
2

16
SPL
1

Ret
SPL
2

7
HOC
1

3
HOC
2

10
5th144
2019 BMW Team RMR BMW M4 Turbo DTM HOC
1

4
HOC
2

6
ZOL
1

13
ZOL
2

14
MIS
1

10
MIS
2

Ret
NOR
1

Ret
NOR
2

9
ASS
1

5
ASS
2

14
BRH
1

13
BRH
2

12
LAU
1

Ret
LAU
2

15†
NÜR
1

9
NÜR
2

9
HOC
1

6
HOC
2

4
12th58
2020 BMW Team RMG BMW M4 Turbo DTM SPA
1

8
SPA
2

13
LAU
1

5
LAU
2

6
LAU
1

4
LAU
2

2
ASS
1

9
ASS
2

6
NÜR
1

7
NÜR
2

14
NÜR
1

10
NÜR
2

8
ZOL
1

4
ZOL
2

4
ZOL
1

9
ZOL
2

4
HOC
1

14†
HOC
2

8
5th120
2021 ROWE Racing BMW M6 GT3 MNZ
1

16
MNZ
2

Ret
LAU
1

11
LAU
2

13
ZOL
1

11
ZOL
2

17
NÜR
1

19
NÜR
2

7
RBR
1

10
RBR
2

10
ASS
1

Ret
ASS
2

14
HOC
1

10
HOC
2

14
NOR
1

Ret
NOR
2

11
17th9
2022 Ceccato Motors BMW M4 GT3 ALG
1
ALG
2
LAU
1
LAU
2
IMO
1

Ret
IMO
2

11
NOR
1
NOR
2
NÜR
1
NÜR
2
SPA
1
SPA
2
RBR
1
RBR
2
HOC
1
HOC
2
NC‡0‡

Driver retired, but was classified as they completed 75% of the winner's race distance. Driver was a guest driver ineligible for points.

Complete Bathurst 12 Hour results

YearCar#TeamCo-DriversCarClassLapsPos.Class
Pos.
2017 7 Flag of Germany.svg BMW Team SRM Flag of Australia (converted).svg Russell Ingall
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Tony Longhurst
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Mark Skaife
BMW M6 GT3 APP134DNFDNF
2018 100 Flag of Germany.svg BMW Team SRM Flag of New Zealand.svg Steven Richards
Flag of Austria.svg Philipp Eng
BMW M6 GT3 APP2709th6th

Complete IMSA SportsCar Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearEntrantClassMakeEngine1234567891011RankPoints
2021 BMW Team RLL GTLM BMW M8 GTE BMW S63 4.0 L Turbo V8 DAY
5
SEB DET WGL WGL LIM ELK LGA LBH VIR PET 14th286

Stock Car Brasil results

YearTeamCar1234567891011121314151617181920212223RankPoints
2022 Lubrax Podium Chevrolet Cruze INT
1

DNS
GOI
1
GOI
2
VCA
1
VCA
2
RIO
1
RIO
2
BRA
1
BRA
2
BRA
1
BRA
2
INT
1
INT
2
SCZ
1
SCZ
2
VCA
1
VCA
2
GOI
1
GOI
2
GOI
1
GOI
2
BRA
1
BRA
2
NC†0†

As Glock was a guest driver he was ineligible to score points.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Hannes Lachinger
Formula BMW ADAC
Champion

2001
Succeeded by
Preceded by Champ Car Rookie of the Year
2005
Succeeded by
Preceded by GP2 Series
Champion

2007
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