2nd place GT2 class-
ALMS at Sebring 12 hours (Petersen Motorsports)
2nd place GT2 class
ALMS at Sebring 12 hours (J3 Racing)
First Air Force
Reserve pole at Road Atlanta
SPEED Touring Car
1st place Grand-AM
Rolex, Sahlen's Six Hours of the Glen
1st place ALMS, Petit at Road
2nd place 24 Heures Du mans
3rd place Long Beach in ALMS
2nd place Barber Motorsports
Park in Grand-Am Rolex
3rd place Grand-Am Season Finale
at Sunchaser 1000 at Miller Motorsports Park
Debut performance in NASCAR Busch
Series Race with Team Yellow
4th place Grand-Am 24 Hours at
3rd place Grand-Am Mexico City
3rd place Grand-Am Brumos Porsche
250 at Daytona
really feel fortunate to have been able to get my different degrees
and work abused and socially defected kid.; I really enjoy working
with people because if you can help some one you feel so good about
it. Especially the kids; I had a chance to work with the ones that
never had a real family. If you did something for them they where
so thankful, just the smallest thing made them very happy. To have
seen this up close and personal makes you appreciate life in a different
Masters Degree, Psychology (specializing
in Speech Therapy for Youths and Teenagers, ages 11 - 25) –
University of Jonkoping, Sweden
Basic Coaching Degree – Jonkoping
Sport & Physical Therapy, Jonkoping, Sweden
Basic Sports Massage Degree – Jonkoping
Sport & Physical Therapy, Jonkoping, Sweden
Degree in Carpentry – Fortuna Gymnasium
(College), Jonkoping, Sweden
“I got my first Go-kart from
my Dad, Mom and Grandparents when I was 6 years old.. We ran with
old equipment for seven years because we didn’t have the funding
for a new Go-kart. My parents were always very supportive and encouraged
me all the time; I was also very fortunate to have my kid brother
Mathias who started to help my dad with the Go-karts at an early
age of 12. Both my dad and brother worked on my cars through go-kart,
F3 and touring cars where we won several championships together…working
with my family holds many precious memories that will last me for
1977: Began kart racing.
1984, 1985 and 1987: Won the Swedish
national go kart event.
his first professional start in the Scandinavian Formula Three
series. Drove a Reynard Toyota to three podium finishes and finished
fourth overall in the final point standings.
1990: drove a Reynard Honda en route to winning the Scandinavian
Formula Three Championship; scored five wins and two seconds in
1991: Successfully defended his Scandinavian Formula Three Championship;
captured five wins and made six trips to the podium in seven races.
1992: grabbed five wins in six races to win the Scandinavian
Touring Car Championship. Finished second overall in the European
Formula Three Championship with two wins and six podiums for Paul
Stewart Racing. In four World Cup Formula Three starts, drove
a Reynard Honda to two podium finishes in 1992.
1993: captured two wins and five podium finishes in the European
Formula Three series.
1994: Became a Reynard factory test driver. That same year,
recorded two wins and three podium finishes in four Scandinavian
Formula Three starts. Also, had two wins and three podiums in
three Scandinavian Touring Car starts.
1995: drove a Argo Honda in the Formula Asia series; recorded
five wins and nine podiums.
1996, 1997: became a test driver for Andesigns, Inc. and competed
in Indy Lights. Continued to be a test driver for Andesigns, Inc.
and Lola UK.
1998: Lola UK retained his services.
1999: competed in the American Le Mans Series and in the Indy
2000: Drove a PTG BMW M3 in the ALMS.
2000: Drove a PTG BMW M3 in the ALMS. 5th place IRL - Orlando.
2001: competed in the ALMS driving a BMW M3 GTR and drove in
the Rolex 24 At Daytona for Dyson Racing.
2002: drove a Nissan Lola in Grand-Am and won his first race
with Rand Racing at Phoenix International Raceway.
2003: his first World Challenge season, ran seven SPEED Touring
car races in a BMW 325Ci and competed in one SPEED GT race in
a BMW M3. Recorded three top-10 finishes, including a season-best
seventh place finish at Road Atlanta and Mid-Ohio in SPEED Touring
Car. In his only SPEED GT race he finished 18th at Road Atlanta.
2nd place finish with Petersen Motorsports in the ALMS12 Hours
2004: Finished second in SPEED Touring Car driver’s points
behind Bill Auberlen in just second season. In a career-high 10
starts, posted one win (Infineon) and seven top-five finishes.
Posted fastest race lap at Mid-Ohio.
2005: Finished 4th in the Rolex Series, Grand Prix of Miami
and 11th in class at the Rolex 24 at Daytona. He also had a 2nd
place podium finish in American Le Man Series’ 12 Hours
of Sebring, GT2 class. In June, Nic won 1st place at the Grand-Am
Rolex- Sahlen’s six hours at the Glen.
2006: 1st place Petit with Peterson Motorsports,
4th place Infineon with Krohn Racing, 6th place Miller with Krohn,
5th place Daytona with Krohn, 5th place Barber with Krohn.
2007: 2nd place Le Mans GT with Risi Competizione, 3rd place
Long Beach with Risi, 4th place Salt Lake City with Risi, 5th
place Watkins Glen with Krohn Racing, 4th place Mid-Ohio with
Kinetic Motorsports (nic is co-owner of Kinetic Speed Shop), 3rd
place Lime Rock with Risi, 2nd place Barber Motorsports Park with
Krohn, 5th place at the Armed Forces race at Infineon Raceway
with Krohn Racing, 3rd place podium in Grand-Am's season finale
the Sunchaser 1000 at Miller Motorsports Park. Nic raced his debut
in NASCAR Busch Series race for Team Yellow in Montreal with a
2008: 4th place overall finish at Grand-Am's Rolex 24 Hours
at Daytona with Krohn Racing; 3rd place podium at Mexico City
250 - Grand-Am Rolex; 3rd place podium at Daytona - Grand-Am Rolex
2011: The Infinity Audio Kia Forte Koup Drivers seize The FIRST EVER Team Championship for Kinetic Motorsports while Nic Jonsson takes home the Driver's Championship in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge ST Class!
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