Timo Scheider

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Timo Scheider
Timo Scheider 2015 001.jpg
Timo Scheider in 2015
Nationality Flag of Germany.svg German
Born (1978-11-10) 10 November 1978 (age 45)
Lahnstein, West Germany
FIA World Rallycross Championship career
Debut season 2015
Current team Münnich Motorsport
Car number44
Former teams MJP Racing Team Austria
Starts42
Wins0
Podiums2
Best finish8th in 2020, 2021
DTM
Years active 20002016
Former teamsTeam Holzer Opel
Phoenix Racing Opel
Audi Sport Team Rosberg
Abt Sportsline
Audi Sport Team Phoenix
Starts201
Championships2 (2008, 2009)
Wins7
Podiums24
Poles12
Fastest laps14
24 Hours of Le Mans career
Years 2010
Teams BMS Scuderia Italia
Best finish14th
Class wins0Class
Pos.
2010 BMS Scuderia Italia Flag of Germany.svg Marco Holzer
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Richard Westbrook
Porsche 997 GT3-RSRGT232714th3rd

Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results

Supercar/RX1

YearEntrantCar12345678910111213WRXPoints
2015 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport Audi S3 POR HOC BEL GBR GER SWE CAN NOR FRA BAR
16
TUR ITA ARG 34th1
2016 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza POR HOC BEL GBR NOR SWE CAN FRA BAR
17
LAT
7
GER ARG
4
18th25
2017 MJP Racing Team Austria Ford Fiesta BAR
2
POR
15
HOC
7
BEL
11
GBR NOR
12
SWE
10
CAN
12
FRA
9
LAT
15
GER
15
RSA
5
10th109
2018 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza BAR POR BEL GBR NOR SWE
17
CAN FRA
25
LAT
13
USA GER RSA
10
18th13
2019 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza ABU
6
BAR
10
BEL
10
GBR
4
NOR
11
SWE
22
CAN
11
FRA
8
LAT
11
RSA
6
9th109
2020 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza SWE
3
SWE
4
FIN
5
FIN
9
LAT
12
LAT
10
BAR
9
BAR
9
8th92
2021 ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza BAR
7
SWE FRA
6
LAT
6
LAT
7
BEL
9
PRT GER GER 8th75
2023 ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza RX1e POR
9
NOR
3
SWE
5
GBR
C
BLX
C
GER
C
RSA
3
RSA
1
CHN
3
CHN
9
4th89

Complete World Touring Car Cup results

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

YearTeamCar123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930DCPoints
2018 ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport Honda Civic Type R TCR MAR
1
MAR
2
MAR
3
HUN
1
HUN
2
HUN
3
GER
1
GER
2
GER
3
NED
1
NED
2
NED
3
POR
1
POR
2
POR
3
SVK
1
SVK
2
SVK
3
CHN
1

11
CHN
2

19
CHN
3

11
WUH
1

19
WUH
2

Ret
WUH
3

Ret
JPN
1

19
JPN
2

16
JPN
3

13
MAC
1

8
MAC
2

2
MAC
3

Ret
22nd24

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References

  1. Simmons, Marcus (15 October 2016). "Double DTM champion Timo Scheider to retire after Hockenheim finale". Autosport . Retrieved 2 April 2017.
  2. Ridge, Hal (5 February 2017). "Timo Scheider signs up for full World Rallycross 2017 campaign". Autosport . Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  3. Ridge, Hal (2 April 2017). "RX Barcelona: Ekstrom starts title defence with season-opening win". Autosport . Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  4. "Carl Cox Motorsport Extreme E: Introducing Timo & Christine - our Dream Team!". Carl Cox Motorsport. 2023-03-02.
  5. Wilde, Dominik (29 January 2024). "SUN Minimeal joins Extreme E with Scheider and Andersson". RACER . Retrieved 29 January 2024.
Sporting positions
Preceded by Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
Champion

2008-09
Succeeded by