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Mikaël Grenier (born October 17, 1992) is a Canadian racing driver from Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury.

After karting, Grenier moved to Formula BMW Americas in 2008 with Apex-HBR Racing Team, finishing fourth in points with a pole at Road America and six podium finishes. In 2009 he made six starts in Star Mazda for Andersen Racing, good enough for 18th in points. In 2010 he drove the full Star Mazda schedule for Andersen and finished eighth in points, finishing second from the pole at O'Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis and winning from the pole in race one at Autobahn Country Club.[1]

In 2011 Grenier made four Firestone Indy Lights starts O2 Racing Technology and one start for Team Moore Racing with a best finish of fifth at Barber Motorsports Park. He finished 16th in points. In 2013 he made a single start with Team Moore at Long Beach. He participated in his first IndyCar Series test with KV Racing Technology in November 2013 at Sebring Raceway.[2]

2016 Mark the return to racing for Grenier as he signed to Drive in the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia With Tsunami Racing. After a 3rd-place finished in his first outing in Monza he consistently made top 5 with a few Podium finish. The last race of the season was the turning point of his season with a win in Mugello Italy in damp condition. This as secured Grenier a 4th position in the driver Championship on his return to racing after a 2 years absence.

Star Mazda ChampionshipEdit

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Rank Points
2009 Andersen Racing SEB
VIR
8
MMP
7
NJ1
3
NJ2
3
WIS
12
IOW
ILL
ILL
QUE
4
ONT
ATL
LAG
18th 189
2010 Andersen Racing SEB
4
STP
6
LAG
3
ORP
2
IOW
15
NJ1
5
NJ2
21
ACC
1
ACC
4
TRO
10
ROA
16
MOS
6
ATL
8th 366

Indy LightsEdit

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rank Points
2013 Team Moore Racing STP ALA LBH
7
INDY MIL IOW POC TOR MDO BAL HOU FON 15th 26

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mikaël Grenier - career detail, Driver Database, Retrieved 2011-03-22
  2. ^ Mikael Grenier to get IndyCar test time with KV Racing at Sebring, AutoWeek, November 12, 2013, Retrieved 2013-11-19

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Inaugural
Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup
Silver Cup Champion

2018
With: Alex Fontana & Adrian Zaugg
Succeeded by
Incumbent