Jutta’s sporting career

1987
Motorbike:
Pharaos Rally (Egypt)
1988
 Motorbike:
First participation in the Paris Dakar Rally.
1992
 Motorbike:
1st place Ladies Cup in Paris-Cape Town Rally and Pharaos Rally as well as Motorbike 24 Hour race at Clermont-Ferrand

Car:
Participation in Nürburgring 24 Hour race and Spa 24 Hour race.

1993
 Car:
First participation in a cross country rally in a car as co-driver of Jean-Louis Schlesser in the UAE Desert Challenge

Motorbike:
Dakar Rally
4th place overall Pharaos Rally

1994
 Motorbike:
1st place Ladies Cup in Paris Dakar Rally and Pharaos Rally and 5th place overall Pharaos Rally

Car:
1st place production car class and 4th place overall in UAE Desert Challenge (Mitsubishi Pajero T1)

2nd place in two-wheel-drive class in the final standings of the Cross Country World Cup

1995
 Car:
12th place Dakar Rally (Mitsubishi)
2nd place in two-wheel-drive class in the final standings of the Cross Country World Cup, 7th place overall
1996
 Motorbike:
1st place in Ladies Cup in Australian Safari and Desert Challenge

Car:
Dakar Rally (Schlesser-Buggy)
2nd place in two-wheel-drive class in the final standings of the Cross Country World Cup

1997
5th overall and two stage wins in Dakar Agadez Dakar Rally, first stage win ever of a woman

Nürburgring 24 Hour race

1998
24th place and one stage victory in Paris Dakar Rally (Schlesser-Buggy)

Participation in Andros Trophy ice racing and Veedol Endurance Cup at the Nürburgring

4th place overall in UAE Desert Challenge at debut event of the „Ladies Team“ together with co-driver Tina Thörner

1999
Cross Country World Cup as works driver of Mitsubishi Germany (Mitsubishi Pajero T2)

3rd place overall in Granada Dakar Rally and two stage wins; first ever overall lead of a woman in this event (from 3rd to 5th stage) and first ever podium finish of a woman in this rally
4th place in Italian Baja (2nd place in T2 class)
4th place in Tunisia Rally (2nd place T2 class)
3rd place UAE Desert Challenge (2nd place T2 class)
4th place World Cup for Cross Country Rallies
7th place Nürburgring 24 Hour race with  Ellen Lohr and Claudia Hürtgen (Carlsson-Mercedes SLK), class win
Veedol Endurance Cup (Mitsubishi GDI Carisma)

2000
 Cross Country World Cup as works driver of Mitsubishi Germany (Mitsubishi Pajero T2)

5th place Paris Dakar Kairo Rally (2nd place T2 class)

2nd place Tunisia Rally (winner T2 class)

4th place Morocco Rally (winner T2 class)

2nd place Baja Espana (winner T2 class)

2nd place Master Rally (winner T2 class)

2nd place Por Las Pampas Rally (2nd place T2 class)

6th place UAE Desert Challenge (3rd place T2 class)

2nd place overall in final standings of 2000 World Cup for Cross Country Rallies

10th place in Nürburgring 24 Hour race (2nd in A5 class) (Mitsubishi Carisma GT Evolution VI)

Since the Por Las Pampas Rally, Andreas Schulz replaces Tina Thörner as co-driver.

2001
Cross Country World Cup as works driver of Mitsubishi Germany, since March 2001 works driver of Mitsubishi Motors, Japan (Mitsubishi Pajero T2)

1st overall in Paris Dakar Rally

1st overall in Italian Baja

2nd overall in Morocco Rally (winner T2 class)

2nd overall in Baja Portugal (winner T2 class)

2nd overall in Master Rally (winner T2 class)

2nd overall in Por Las Pampas Rally (winner T2 class)

2nd place overall in final standings of 2001 World Cup for Cross Country Rallies

Accolades:

Awarded „Engineer in Motion“ by the German Engineering Association VDI, 28 April 2001

Voted „ADAC Motorsports Personality of the Year“ by a jury, 17 November 2001

Voted „ARD Sports Personality of the Year“ by TV viewers, 6 December 2001

Voted „Rally driver of the Year “ by Motorsport aktuell readership, 18 December 2001

Received the „Lord Wakefield Trophy“ award of the „British Women Racing Drivers Club“ as „Outstanding Lady Competitor in 2001″

2002
2nd overall in Paris Dakar Rally as works driver of Mitsubishi Mitsubishi Motors, Japan (Mitsubishi Pajero T2)

Signature of a three-year contract with Volkswagen on 15 May 2002

2003
Volkswagen works driver (co-driver: Fabrizia Pons), Volkswagen Tarek
8th overall Telefónica Dakar Rally, 2nd in class for two-wheel drive vehicles, second best diesel-powered car

7th overall Italian Baja, 2nd in class for two-wheel drive vehicles

3rd overall Baja Deutschland, 1st in class for two-wheel drive vehicles.

2004
Volkswagen works driver (co-driver: Fabrizia Pons), Volkswagen Race-Touareg
21st overall Telefónica Dakar Rally
First stage win of the Race-Touareg on leg 16

4th overall Morocco Rally with co-driver Bobby Willis

3rd overall Rallye d’Orient

13th overall UAE Desert Challenge

2005
Volkswagen works driver (co-driver: Fabrizia Pons), Volkswagen Race-Touareg
3rd overall Telefónica Dakar Rally (first ever podium finish of a diesel-powered car)

3rd overall Por las Pampas Rally

4th overall Tunisian Rally

3rd overall Moroccan Rally

2nd overall Baja Portalegre

2006
Volkswagen works driver (co-driver: Fabrizia Pons) until 31 January 2006, Volkswagen Race-Touareg 2
Dakar Rally (retired)

X-raid driver since May 2006 (co-driver: Tina Thörner), BMW X3 CC

6th overall UAE Desert Challenge

2007
15th overall Dakar Rally, BMW X3 CC (co-driver: Tina Thörner)
2008
1st S2 class 24 hour race Nürburgring (BMW 330d)
team mates: Thomas Haider, Rainer Kutsch, Marc Hiltscher)
2013
 24 hour race Nürburgring (Team Pro Handicap e.V., Audi TTs)
team mates: Wolfgang Müller, Walter Nawotka
2014
24 hour race Nürburgring (Team Pro Handicap e.V., Audi TTs)
team mates: Wolfgang Müller, Walter Nawotka, Carlos Arimon
2015
1st SP4T class 24 hour race Nürburgring (Team Pro Handicap e.V., Audi TTs)
team mates: Wolfgang Müller, Sabine Podzus