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New Zealand, NZ
10 November 1989 (28)
Óscar González (10 November 1923)
Art Bisch (10 November 1926)
Lucien Bianchi (10 November 1934)
Eddie Irvine (10 November 1965)

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about Brendon Hartley

Brendon Hartley (born 10 November 1989) is a New Zealand professional racing driver currently competing in the FIA World Endurance Championship for Porsche in LMP1 and in Formula One for Scuderia Toro Rosso. He won the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship, alongside his teammates Mark Webber and Timo Bernhard, and also went on to win the 2017 FIA World Endurance Champioship alongside Bernhard and Earl Bamber. He won the 2017 24 Hours of Le Mans with Bamber and Bernhard. He made his Formula One debut for Scuderia Toro Rosso at the 2017 United States Grand Prix.


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2017 Daniil Kvyat
Carlos Sainz
Pierre Gasly
Toro Rosso compare 2017

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Kvyat was dropped from the Red Bull driver programme and Toro Rosso before the end of this year.After initially being replaced by Gasly for the Malaysian and Japanese Grands Prix, he was brought back for the United States race when Carlos Sainz moved to Renault early but was then released ahead of the Mexican GP.Asked by Motorsport.com if he thought Kvyat had more talent than Gasly ...

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Hartley, who made his grand prix debut this year and will race for Toro Rosso full-time next season, was dropped by Red Bull during 2010 having been its reserve driver.Hartley, speaking in an interview in the latest episode of Motorsport.tv programme The Flying Lap, accepts he wasn't experienced enough for that first opportunity."I wasn't ready at that point," says Hartley. "I have ...

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With Renault struggling to find sufficient race-worthy parts, Hartley has been forced to take a ninth MGU-H this weekend.As it’s the first time his car has taken a ninth element, he will be docked 10 places on the grid.The significance this weekend is that Toro Rosso is fighting to hold on to its sixth place in the constructors’ championship, with Renault and Haas both close ...

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Hartley has been a Porsche LMP1 driver in the World Endurance Championship since 2014, winning the drivers' title on two occasions and scoring an overall win in the Le Mans 24 Hours for the German manufacturer.But after announced it was calling time on its prototype programme at the end of 2017, Hartley sought alternative employment – and, having now contested three F1 races with Toro ...

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The team has ended the year with Hartley and Gasly as its drivers after starting the season with Carlos Sainz and Daniil Kvyat, with the Spaniard switching to Renault early and the Russian being dropped.While Gasly was the latest driver to emerge from Red Bull's junior programme, World Endurance champion Hartley has enjoyed a reunion with the energy drinks firm's F1 programme after ...

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Frenchman Gasly joined the Faenza-based squad for the Malaysian Grand Prix, replacing Daniil Kvyat, while New Zealander Hartley made his grand prix debut with the team in Austin.While it has been clear for some time that Toro Rosso will retain its current driver pairing following the departure of Carlos Sainz to Renault and the ejection of Kvyat from the Red Bull programme, Gasly and ...

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All three have taken a new MGU-H for Friday practice, and since that represents the first time this year their cars have taken an eighth element, they land 10 places in penalties each.Hartley in fact stopped on track early in first practice, with a cloud of smoke emitting from the rear of the car after completing just two laps, suggesting that he will definitely require some fresh ...

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Although a final decision will be taken by the team on Friday morning, both drivers are bracing themselves for the worst and could find themselves relegated to the back of the grid.Hartley's situation appears clear after the engine failure that put him out of the Mexican Grand Prix, while Gasly, who managed to finish the last race, also expects to need some new elements for ...

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Hartley, who's been part of Porsche's World Endurance Championship line-up since 2014, made back-to-back F1 appearances behind the wheel of a Toro Rosso STR12 in Austin and Mexico in late October.He returned to his full-time Porsche role last weekend in Shanghai and sealed his second WEC title – but has now admitted he did not find it easy to readjust to the 919 Hybrid LMP1 car."It ...

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The team has yet to confirm which elements of the Renault power unit will be changed and thus the size of his penalty is yet to be determined.Hartley’s teammate Pierre Gasly is already at the back after failing to participate in qualifying, while McLaren duo Stoffel Vandoorne and Fernando Alonso also have penalties.“It’s definitely the V6,” team boss Franz Tost told Motorsport.com ...

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With it now confirmed that Daniil Kvyat has been dropped by Red Bull, Tost says his mind is set on keeping his current drivers into 2018.Asked about the reasons for running the current line-up, Tost said: “Because both are Red Bull drivers, both are highly skilled drivers."We want to test them for the rest of the season as there is a high possibility this will be the driver line-up ...

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In Austin, Toro Rosso drafted in Porsche World Endurance Championship driver Hartley to replace Gasly so the Frenchman could try to win the Super Formula title in Japan.Meanwhile, Daniil Kvyat returned to the line-up after an absence of two race weekends in place of Renault-bound Carlos Sainz.The team then announced Hartley would keep his seat for Mexico, with Gasly returning in ...

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Things have moved very quickly for Brendon Hartley. Just a couple of weeks ago, he was pondering life after Porsche, and a possible future in IndyCar. Now he has not only made his Grand Prix debut with Toro Rosso, he’s also being lined up for a full season in 2018.Hartley’s entry into F1 at the age of 27 is a fantastic story for the sport. In recent years it’s been all about youth ...

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The New Zealander will be partnered by Pierre Gasly, who returns to Toro Rosso following his two outings with the team earlier this year.Hartley finished his debut grand prix in Austin in 13th, in what was his first single-seater race since 2012, while Kvyat finished 10th - only his third points finish of the season.In a one-line statement released on Monday, Toro Rosso said its ...

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Hartley completed his maiden Formula 1 race in 13th position out of 16 places, as he was replacing Pierre Gasly at Toro Rosso.The Kiwi driver said he "just did the job" instead of inquiring about whether he can stay for more Formula 1 race with the time."Up until this moment I haven't been asking the question," said Hartley, who finished three positions and 27 seconds behind teammate ...

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Team principal Franz Tost confirmed to Motorsport.com that the New Zealander will take a complete new power unit this weekend.The decision was made before it was confirmed that F1 newcomer Hartley would drive the car that was piloted by the absent Pierre Gasly in the last two races.Tost added that the sister entry (currently driven by Daniil Kvyat) will take new power unit elements ...

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Hartley will be making his grand prix debut in the United States Grand Prix with the Faenza-based squad alongside Daniil Kvyat, who returns to the team after being replaced by Pierre Gasly in the previous two races.Hartley was part of the Red Bull programme but was dropped in 2010 before going on to have a successful spell in the World Endurance Championship with Porsche, which signed ...

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Hartley got a surprise Toro Rosso chance for this weekend's United States Grand Prix at Austin, with Carlos Sainz released to join Renault early and Pierre Gasly fighting for the Super Formula title at Suzuka following a two-race stint as Daniil Kvyat's replacement.Red Bull backed Hartley's early single-seater career, which included a Formula Renault Eurocup title and third place in ...

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The New Zealander will make his grand prix debut this weekend at the US GP as a replacement for Pierre Gasly, who will be fighting for the Super Formula title in Japan instead

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As predicted by Motorsport.com, Hartley was announced on Friday as a replacement for Toro Rosso’s Super Formula title-contending driver Pierre Gasly for the next F1 race at Austin next weekend.Hartley is currently in Japan, where the Le Mans 24 Hours winner has secured pole for Sunday’s World Endurance Championship race at Fuji as he looks to secure his second title in three years as ...

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The Kiwi racer has been drafted in as replacement for Frenchman Pierre Gasly, who will be competing in the Super Formula finale in Japan instead.With Hartley having fallen off the F1 radar in recent years as he focused on sportscars, the call-up is a big shock."What an amazing feeling,” said the 27-year-old. “This opportunity came as somewhat of a surprise, but I never did ...

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Toro Rosso needs to fill the seat alongside Daniil Kvyat at Austin after it was agreed Pierre Gasly would return to Super Formula to contest for the title in the finale on the same weekend.It is understood Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost wants to use Austin as an opportunity to evaluate a new driver as he weighs up his 2018 driver line-up.Gasly is favourite to get one of the ...

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