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Jan Heylen is a Belgian professional racing driver. He was born on 1 May 1980 in Geel, Belgium. He began his racing career in karting in 1995, and moved up to Formula Ford in 1998. He won the Belgian Formula Ford Championship in 1999, and moved up to Formula Renault in 2000. He won the Belgian Formula Renault Championship in 2001, and moved up to Formula 3 in 2002. He won the Belgian Formula 3 Championship in 2003, and moved up to the World Series by Nissan in 2004. He won the World Series by Nissan Championship in 2005, and moved up to the Champ Car World Series in 2006. He competed in the Champ Car World Series from 2006 to 2008, and then moved to the IndyCar Series in 2009. He competed in the IndyCar Series from 2009 to 2011, and then moved to the American Le Mans Series in 2012. He competed in the American Le Mans Series from 2012 to 2014, and then moved to the European Le Mans Series in 2015. He currently competes in the European Le Mans Series, and has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2016. He is currently 43 years old.
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Heylen competed in a Trans-Am Series race in the GGT class and two Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge races driving a Dodge Challenger, three Rolex Sports Car Series GT-class races in a Dodge Viper, one American Le Mans Series LMP2-class race for Conquest Endurance, and one Pirelli World Challenge race in 2012.
In 2008 he drove in the first two Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series races, including the 24 Hours of Daytona, in the Synergy Racing GT-class Porsche 911. He also competed in five FIA GT series endurance races in a Prospeed Competition Porsche 911 in the G3 class with teammates David Dermont, David Loix, and Franz Lamot. In 2009 he signed on to compete in the Firestone Indy Lights series, driving for Team E. However, the team nor Heylen never appeared on track all season. He attended the 2010 IndyCar Series preseason meetings with Conquest Racing but did not announce a deal with the team. However, the 2010 season saw him drive for Team E, which never happened in 2009, in the 2010 Indy Lights season opener in St. Petersburg. Ironically, he finished second, as he did in his final Champ Car race, to Lights rookie Jean-Karl Vernay. In 2011 Heylen drove in the 24 Hours of Daytona for Starworks Motorsport and made six starts in the FIA GT3 European Championship for Prospeed Competition and finished 27th in points.
Heylen also acted as Chief Steward for the racing Reality television documentary Racing Under Green shot and broadcast in 2008.
He beat out Nicky Pastorelli for the 2006 Champ Car World Series season at Dale Coyne Racing by bringing sponsorship from the Muermans Group and BergHOFF Worldwide. Heylen ended the season 14th in the standings with a best finish of 5th at the Cleveland Grand Prix. He was unable to find a ride for the first 3 races of the 2007 season, but was brought on to Conquest Racing to replace Matt Halliday from the fourth race onwards. Despite finishing 2nd at TT Circuit Assen, the race would be his final one for the team as he was replaced for the final two races by funded driver Nelson Philippe.
He began karting in 1992 and was the 2005 Renault Eurocup champion. He also won the 2002 Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch and has competed in the Formula Three Euroseries. In 2004 Heylen drove in the first four Formula 3000 races of the season with Team Astromega before being replaced by Olivier Tielemans.
Jan Heylen (born 1 May 1980 in Geel) is a Belgian racing driver. He competed in the Champ Car World Series between 2006–2007.