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Helmet of Rémy Juliénne

Flag of France Rémy Juliénne

nationality French born April 17, 1930 hometown Cepoy, Loiret died January 21, 2020 place of death Montargis, Loiret

Racing career summary

Races entered3
Wins0
Podiums0
Pole positions0
Fastest laps0
Race win percentage0%
Podium percentage0%

Disclaimer: the data and summaries are all taken from the data available in the career details section further below on this page. If you know of things missing or have corrections, please log in and submit them.

Career overview – years in numbers

The following numbers are a summary of the more detailed information available in the Career details further below on the page. Seasons spanning over two years (for example 2013-14 championships) have their race results accounted for in the year the championship ends.

1986Racing1 race0 wins0 podiums0 pole position0 fastest race laps
1977Racing1 race0 wins0 podiums0 pole position0 fastest race laps
1976Racing1 race0 wins0 podiums0 pole position0 fastest race laps

Career details – the racing career of Rémy Juliénne

1986 World Sports-Prototype Championship

PositionPointsTeam
0Vetir Racing
RacesWinsPodiumsPole positions*Fastest laps
10000
* only pole positions from timed qualifying sessions.
CarEngineTyres
Rondeau M382Cosworth DFL 3.3Dunlop

1977 World Championship for Sports Cars 500 km of Dijon

PositionPointsTeam
0Rémy Julienne
RacesWinsPodiumsPole positions*Fastest laps
00000
* only pole positions from timed qualifying sessions.
CarEngineTyres
Lola T294Cosworth FVC 1.8

1977 World Championship for Sports Cars 400 km of Vallelunga

PositionPointsTeam
0Racing Organisation Course
RacesWinsPodiumsPole positions*Fastest laps
10000
* only pole positions from timed qualifying sessions.
CarEngineTyres
Lola T294Chrysler 2.0

1976 World Championship for Makes ACF 6 Hours Dijon

PositionPointsTeam
16th0Bourgogne
RacesWinsPodiumsPole positions*Fastest laps
10000
* only pole positions from timed qualifying sessions.
CarEngineTyres
BMW 3.5 CSLBMW 3.5
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