Luis Perez Companc
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Luis Perez Companc
Luis Pérez Companc
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Companc at the 2006 Cyprus Rally.
Personal information
Born (1972-01-02) January 2, 1972 (age 50)
World Rally Championship record
Active years2001-2008
TeamsBozian Racing, Ford, Stobart Ford, Munchi's Ford World Rally Team
Rally wins0
Stage wins0
Total points9
First rally2001 Rally Argentina
Companc driving a Peugeot 206 WRC at the 2004 Cyprus Rally.
24 Hours of Le Mans career
Years2009, 2011-
TeamsAF Corse, PeCom Racing
Best finish9th (2012)
Class wins0

Luis Pérez Companc (born 2 January 1972 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a rally driver and is son of Gregorio Pérez Companc. Alongside co-driver José María Volta, he is a regular competitor in the World Rally Championship. He is the older brother of Pablo Pérez Companc, also involved in motorsport as a one-time Indy Pro Series racer with the Chip Ganassi Racing team, but who suffered serious injuries in an on-track incident in 2007.

Companc competed initially in the world series, through the production car-based Group N category. He debuted on his home event in 2001. He then won the Argentina Rally Championship in 2005. His profile heightened for the 2006 season, when he assumed a place in the newly formed Stobart VK M-Sport Ford team alongside the teenager Matthew Wilson, son of Malcolm Wilson, the boss of both the Stobart VK squad and the Blue Oval marque's more senior manufacturer-backed works team, which would incidentally go on to win the world manufacturers' title that year.

Having initially fared on the early season rallies with older, 2004-specification Ford Focus RS WRCs, both Companc and Wilson would eventually be entrusted with examples of the 2006 championship-winning car, an arrangement which persisted into the 2007 season. Aboard the Focus, Companc competed on eight rallies in all in 2006, while planning ten rounds for the following year, and scored his first WRC points on the 2006 Rally New Zealand. Companc's team for 2007, Munchi's Ford World Rally Team chose to pair him with fellow native, Juan Pablo Raies, who was in turn co-driven by Pérez Companc's brother, Jorge. When Raies was replaced in the Munchi's team's post-Rally Argentina lineup by Federico Villagra, winner of that rally in Group N, Jorge Pérez Companc continued his co-driving duties in the second car, with the exception of Rally Japan when Villagra was co-driven by José Díaz, according to personal problems of Jorge.

In 2008 Companc will switch to sports car racing, running a Ferrari F430 for Advanced Engineering in the FIA GT Championship, while competing in selected WRC events for the Munchi's team, his final rally being Rally Finland.[1]

Complete WRC results

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
2009 Italy AF Corse Italy Gianmaria Bruni
Argentina Matías Russo
Ferrari F430 GT2 GT2 317 26th 6th
2010 Italy AF Corse Finland Mika Salo
Argentina Matías Russo
Ferrari F430 GT2 GT2 0 DNS DNS
2011 Argentina PeCom Racing Argentina Matías Russo
Germany Pierre Kaffer
Lola B11/40-Judd LMP2 139 DNF DNF
2012 Argentina PeCom Racing Germany Pierre Kaffer
France Soheil Ayari
Oreca 03-Nissan LMP2 352 9th 3rd
2013 Argentina PeCom Racing Germany Pierre Kaffer
France Nicolas Minassian
Oreca 03-Nissan LMP2 325 10th 4th
2014 Italy AF Corse Italy Marco Cioci
Italy Mirko Venturi
Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 GTE
331 20th 3rd
2019 Singapore Clearwater Racing Republic of Ireland Matt Griffin
Italy Matteo Cressoni
Ferrari 488 GTE GTE
331 37th 7th

Complete WeatherTech SportsCar Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Class Make Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Pos. Points
2022 AF Corse GTD Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020 Ferrari F154CB 3.9 L Turbo V8 DAY
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