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2007

  • Spanish GT Championship
  • International GT Open
 

2006

  • 2nd Estoril Campeonato de Espanha de gt, with Manuel Gião (Playteam Ferrari 360 gtc)
  • 1rst in Estoril Campeonato de Espanha de gt, with Manuel Gião(Playteam Ferrari 360 gtc)
  • 3rd in Albacete Campeonato de Espanha de gt, with Manuel gião(Playteam Ferrari 360 gtc)
 

2005

  • 2nd 1000 km, SPA LMP2, with Cristophe Tinseau (COURAGE-MECACHROME)
  • Participation on the 24 hours of Le Mans   ( COURAGE-MECACHROME-RENAULT)
 

2004

  • 2nd, Donington, GT Cup Class, with Adam Wilcox (RDM/Ferrari F360 Modena)
  • 2nd, Donington, GT Cup Class, with Adam Wilcox (RDM/Ferrari F360 Modena)
  • 3rd, Mondello Park, GT Cup Class, with Adam Wilcox (RDM/Ferrari F360 Modena)
  • 4th, Mondello Park, GT Cup Class, with Adam Wilcox (RDM/Ferrari F360 Modena)
  • British GT Championship  “Cup Class” Champion
 

2003

  • 5th place in Magny-Cours, with Pedro Chaves and Miguel Ramos (Racing For Portugal/Graham Nash Motorsport/Saleen S7R/FIA GT Championship)
 

2002

  • 3rd    24 Hours/Daytona GT
  • 1st     Magny-Cours - N/FIA GT
  • 2nd    Jarama - GTS/Spanish Championship (pole position)
  • 1st place in Valencia (Spanish GT Championship, twice)
  • 3rd place in Barcelona (Spanish GT Championship
  • 3rd place in Donington, with Fabio Babini (Paul Belmondo Racing/Chrysler Viper GTS-R/FIA GT Championship)
  • 6th place in Estoril, with Fabio Babini (Paul Belmondo Racing/Chrysler Viper GTS-R/FIA GT Championship)
 

2001

  • 2nd    A1 Ring - N/FIA GT
  • 1st     Albacete - GTS/Spanish Championship
  • 3rd    Jarama - GTS/Spanish Championship
  • 2nd    Albacete - GTS/Spanish Championship
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    2000

    Le Mans 24 Hours, Grand-AM Championship and American Le Mans Series – GT – Chrysler Viper GTS/R (Chrysler Works Team – Oreca)
    GT Spanish Championship – GT2 – Porsche 911
    FIA GT Championship – GT2 – Chrysler Viper GTS/R (Chamberlain Motorsport)

    • 3rd overall and 3rd GT category Daytona 24 Hours
    • 3rd GT category Sebring 12 Hours
    • 2nd GT category Le Mans 24 Hours currently 6th overall Spanish GT Championship
      Best Results: 1st Albacete II, 2nd Albacete I, 4th Valencia II, 1 Pole
    • 5th Estoril (FIA GT)
    • 4th overall and 2nd GT Category Millennium Race – Adelaide
      GTS Fastest Lap
      Team Oreca's Fastest Lap
      World Record for Diesel Engines in Italy - Nardo with Marfc Duez and Jean-Philippe Belloc (Chrysler)
     

    1999

    FIA GT World Championship – GT2 - Chrysler Viper GTS/R (Chamberlain Engineering)
    GT Spanish Championship – GT2 – Porsche 911 (Konrad Motorsport)  
    Chrysler Viper Gts/R (Chamberlain Engineering)
    American Le Mans Series (ALMS) – GTS – Chrysler Viper GTS/R (Chrysler  Works Team – Oreca)

    • 3rd Spanish GT Championship (GT2)
      Best Results: 1st Albacete I; 1st Vila do Conde I and II; 1st Jarama I; 1st Barcelona I; 4 PP (Spanish GT)
      3rd Le Mans 24 Hours (GT Category)
      7th FIA GT World Championship
      Best Results: 4th Hungaroring, 2nd Zolder, 3rd Oschersleben
     

    1998

    FIA GT World Championship - GT2 - Chrysler Viper GTS/R (Chamberlain Engineering)

    • 6th  Silverstone
    • 6th  Donington
     

    1997

    FIA GT World Championship - GT2 -Porsche 911 GT2 (Roock Racing)

    • 6th overall FIA GT2 World Championship
      Best Results: 1st Helsinki; 1st Nurburgring; 2nd Silverstone; 3rd Hockenheim; 3rd Mugello; 3rd Sebring;
     

    1996

    Portuguese Super TouringCar Championship -Opel Vectra (Opel Team Ibérico)

    • 8th overall Spanish SuperTouring Championship
      Best Results: 3rd Albacete; 5th Jarama; 5th Barcelona; 5th Calafat I; 5th Calafat II;
     

    1995

    DTM/ITC Championship – Opel Calibra Turbo 4x4 (Opel Team Joest) Guia GP (Macao) – Gr A – Opel Vectra (Ray Mallock Racing)

    • 8 ºHockenheim (DTM)
    • 9 ºNorisring (DTM)
    • 5 ºGuia GP
     

    1994

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr N – Opel Astra GSI (Opel Portugal) - Guia GP (Macao) – Gr A – BMW M3 (Team Linder)

    • Gr N Portuguese Championship Runner-up
      PP Guia GP

     

    1993

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr A – Opel Astra GSI (Opel Portugal) - Guia GP (Macau) – Gr A – Mercedes 190 DTM (AMG Mercedes)

    • Gr A Portuguese Champion
      4th Guia GP
     

    1992

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr N – Opel Astra GSI (Opel Portugal) Guia GP (Macao) – Gr A – Mercedes 190 DTM (AMG Mercedes)

    • Gr N Portuguese Championship Runner-up
    • 5th Guia GPPortuguese Champion
     

    1991

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr A – Ford Sierra RS500 - BMW Challenge– BMW 320 IS - German TouringCar Championship(DTT) – Gr N – Ford Sierra Cosworth

    • 3rd Gr A Portuguese Championship BMW Challenge Runner-up
    • 1st Nurburgring (DTT)
    • PP Hockenheim (DTT)
     

    1990

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr A – Ford Sierra RS 500 F.Ford Portuguese Championship

    • Gr A Portuguese Champion
      9th overall F.Ford Portuguese Championship
     

    1989

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr A – Ford Sierra RS 500 Renault Challenge – Renault 5 GT Turbo

    • Gr A Portuguese Champion
      7th overall Renault Challenge
     

    1988

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr N – Ford Sierra Cosworth
    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr A – Ford Sierra RS 500

    • Gr N Portuguese Championship Runner-up
      3rd overall Gr A Portuguese Championship
     

    1987

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – Gr N – Ford Sierra Cosworth

    • Portuguese Champion
     

    1986

    F.Ford Portuguese Championship Toyota Challenge – Toyota Corolla GT

    • 10th overall F.Ford Portuguese Championship
    • 6th overall Toyota Challenge
     

    1985

    Toyota Challenge – Toyota Corolla GT Coupé

    • 9th overall Toyota Challenge
     

    1983

    Portuguese TouringCar Championship – B2 – Ford Escort RS 1800

    • 3rd overall Portuguese Championship
     

    1980/1982

    GO-Kart Portuguese Championship
     
    Peter Sundberg