Clément Mateu made his debut in 2000 in the Formula Renault Elf Campus at the age of 19. The following four years, between 2001 and 2004, he continued his career in the French Formula Renault Championship. In 2005, he competed in the Renault Clio Cup France.
2007 marks the start of a new page in his career by competing in four rounds of the FIA GT3 European Championship in the HEXIS Racing bosom, driving an Aston Martin DBRS9.
After a few years away from the paddocks, Clément Mateu made his comeback to competition in 2014 in the Renault Clio French Cup, where he won a podium, as well as in the Renault Clio Eurocup. The following year, he went to SEAT Leon Eurocup, then discovered the Mitjet Supertourisme in 2016.
In 2017, with his experience in the various single-brand cups, the pilot from Montpellier discovered endurance racing. He played a full season in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup, culminating in the 24 Hours of Spa, on the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 of Attempto Racing. In 2018, he remained in Endurance, but went from GT3 to LMP3 in the European Le Mans Series with Oregon Team.
After these three years on the European endurance scene, Clément Mateu decides to return to sprint races in 2019. He joins the ranks of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, on the sidelines of the Formula 1 Grand Prix, in the Pro-Am category , where he drives a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup from Martinet by Alméras in HEXIS colors and already has a few podiums.
In 2020, he re-enlisted in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup with the aim of climbing onto the final podium of this very tough championship. After a difficult season, Clément Mateu distinguished himself by finishing Pro-Am vice-champion of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup at the end of the eight races of the competition.
Champion of 24 Hours of Spa in Pro-AM Class
Best results : 2nd at Red Bull Ring, Silverstone, Barcelone and Monza
5th Pro-Am driver
Best results : 3rd at Monaco, Spa and Monza
Best results: 8th Monza, 7th Spa-Francorchamps
5th of 24 Hours of Spa in AM Class
Best results: 3rd at Val de Vienne