Frédéric Vervisch

Birthdate : 08/10/1986



Three was the magic number: Formula 3 was an early happy hunting ground for Vervisch, the Belgian enjoying success in the French, German, Asian and – for a time – Italian championships.

Virgin Atlantic: Vervisch made the switch to the USA in 2009 for his first foray racing Stateside. He ended up fourth in the final Formula Atlantic table that year.

Happy talking: Languages are no barrier to Vervisch, who speaks Dutch, English, French and German and also has a command of Italian.

Giving it a try: He’s also well versed at trying out different racing disciplines, having competed in Formula Renault 2.0, Formula Renault 3.5, Superleague Formula, FIA GT, Blancpain Endurance, European Le Mans and TCR International, where he formed part of the Comtoyou Racing line-up. He was part of Comtoyou’s race-winning WTCR / OSCARO effort in 2018 and remains with the Belgian team for the 2019 season.

Did you know? Vervisch, who has a degree in automotive mechanical science, lists food, music, theatre, skiing and water skiing and travelling among his interests.


2003: French Formula 3 Cup

2004: 2 (4 wins), French Formula 3 Cup

2005: 30, Formula Renault 3.5 Series

2006: 9, Formula Renault 2.0 NEC; 42, Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup

2007: 2 (4 wins), German Formula 3 Championship; 30 Formula Renault 3.5 Series; 12, V de V Challenge Sprint Proto

2007-08: 1 (11 wins), Asian Formula 3 Championship

2008: 1 (7 wins), German Formula 3 Championship

2009: 4, Formula Atlantic

2010: 14, Italian Formula 3 Championship; 10, Superleague Formula

2011: 3, Superleague Formula

2013: FIA GT Series; 8, Blancpain Endurance Series (Pro-Am)

2014: 24, Blancpain Sprint Series; Blancpain Endurance Series (Pro-Am)

2015: 19, Blancpain Sprint Series; 15, Blancpain Endurance Series; Stock Car Brasil

2016: 5, Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup; 8, Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup; 17, Intercontinental GT Challenge; 28, ADAC GT Masters; 25, European Le Mans Series; V de V Challenge Endurance

2016-17: 13, Asian Le Mans Series

2017: 10, TCR International Series; 27, TCR Benelux; 11, International GT Challenge; Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup; 17, Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup

2018: 9 (1 win), WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO (Audi RS 3 LMS)