Andre Lotterer returns for his second season with Porsche Penske Motorsport (PPM) in 2024. The accomplished veteran driver will continue to drive the No. 6 Porsche 963 LMDh entry, racing alongside drivers Kevin Estre and Laurens Vanthoor in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).

Lotterer has more than one place he calls home: In Germany, the town of Renningen is his first port of call, just a stone's throw from Weissach - where his mother's side of the family calls home. Alongside the family outposts and his testing and racing commitments, Lotterer commutes between his homes in Monaco and Belgium. After a year as a Formula 1 test driver in 2002, his life centered around Japan, where he drove in Formula Nippon (today Super Formula) and Super GT. He also made one start in CART/INDYCAR competition, racing at Mexico City in 2002.

In 2009, Lotterer returned to Europe, where he secured overall victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours three times. Lotterer claimed the 2012 WEC Championship behind three race victories. The Duisburg-born racer also continued to compete in single-seaters in Japan.

In 2014, Lotterer made a brief excursion back into Formula 1, where he made a single start at the Belgian Grand Prix for Caterham.

In 2017, Lotterer joined the Porsche family and he has been racing Porsches in the FIA Formula E championship over the last seven years.

In his debut season racing for PPM in WEC, Lotterer turned heads in Round 2 when he and Vanthoor scored a third-place finish in the 6 Hours at Portimao, the first ever podium result for PPM in WEC competition. Lotterer's top performance in 2023 came at the 6 Hours at Fuji, however, as the No. 6 Porsche 963 led the majority of the race, before claiming the team's second third-place result of the season. The podium finish carried added significance for Lotterer after his extensive time racing in Japan earlier in his career.