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Jean-Philippe Belloc is a racecar driver from France. He was born in Montauban, on 24 April 1970.

Jean-Philippe Belloc
Jean-Philippe Beloc Le Mans drivers parade 2011.jpg
Belloc at the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans driver parade
NationalityFrance French
24 Hours of Le Mans career
Years19972002, 2007, 2011-2012, 2016
TeamsLa Filière Elf
Courage Compétition
Viper/Mopar Team Oreca
Larbre Compétition
Equipe de France FFSA
Best finish7th (1997)
Class wins0

Belloc started racing in single-seaters and won the French Formula Renault Championship in 1992, at his second attempt, after four wins. Moving up to the French Formula Three Championship in 1993, he took the title the following year with five wins.[1] He raced in Formula 3000 until 1997.

After a few seasons with occasional races in the French Porsche Carrera Cup, he became a full-time sports car racing driver in 1998, when he was third in the Carrera Cup. The following year he became a Chrysler works driver, in the Oreca Chrysler Viper GTS-R, and took third place in the FIA GT Championship, also racing in the American Le Mans Series. In 2001 he became FIA GT Champion, also winning the Spa 24 Hours.[1]

From 2002, Belloc raced mainly in the ALMS, for Carsport America, but also took part in the French Supertouring Championship, FIA Sportscar Championship and FIA GT Championship. In 2006 he drove occasionally in the FIA GT, ALMS and Le Mans Series, where he took an LMP2 class win at the 1000 km Istanbul. For 2007 he drove an Oreca Saleen S7-R in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.[2]

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Olivier Couvreur
Championnat de France Formule Renault Champion
1989
Succeeded by
David Dussau
Preceded by
Didier Cottaz
French Formula Three
Champion

1994
Succeeded by
Laurent Redon
Preceded by
Julian Bailey
Jamie Campbell-Walter
FIA GT Champion
2001 with:
(Christophe Bouchut)
Succeeded by
Thomas Biagi
Matteo Bobbi