Alexander Tyuryumin

Race car driver, Athlete

1980 –

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Who is Alexander Tyuryumin?

Alexander Vladimirovich Tyuryumin is a Russian auto racing driver. He had no karting experience in his childhood but at the age of 21 he showed good results in recreational karting and hence he decided to try racing. His racing debut happened in the Russian VW Polo cup. In his first season he was on podium 3 times, had a 4th place in the season overall and first place among the novice racers.

Later he participated in Russian Formula 3, Formula 1600, Formula RUS and Lada Revolution series winning the Formula 1600 Russian championship in 2003.

Outside Russia he participated in European Formula Palmer Audi series with 2 second places and 4th overall position in the championship and also was a reserve pilot in A1 GP series. He retired racing after season 2005.

Alexander's grandfather, Alexander Mikhailovich Tyuryumin was an aviation test pilot for Ilyushin Design Bureau. He currently also lives in Moscow and holds the title of Hero of the soviet union and more than 10 international world records.

Alexander's last name is misspelled as Truryumin in several web sources.

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Mar 20, 1980
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on July 23, 2013

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