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Mexican
5 August 1991 (30)
Roger Loyer (5 August 1907)
Richie Ginther (5 August 1930)
Leo Kinnunen (5 August 1943)

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7th (2013 Japanese Grand Prix)
8th (2013 Korean Grand Prix)
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59
59
6 (0.1 points per race avg)
3055
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1 (1.7%)
13 (22%)
2013 Australian Grand Prix
2016 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Esteban Gutiérrez

Esteban Manuel Gutiérrez Gutiérrez (Spanish pronunciation: [es?te?an ma?nwel ?u?tjeres ?u?tjeres]; born 5 August 1991), is a Mexican racing driver. From 2011 to 2014, Gutiérrez drove for the Sauber Formula One team but lost his drive at the end of the 2014 season. He then signed with Ferrari as their test and reserve driver for 2015. Gutiérrez drove for the Haas F1 Team for the 2016 Formula One season.

In 2008, Gutiérrez won the Formula BMW Europe championship title, becoming the youngest Mexican driver to win an International Championship at 17 years old. He also won the inaugural GP3 season in 2010. With the Lotus GP team in 2012, he became the first GP3 graduate to finish in the top three of the GP2 parent series.

On 10 January 2017, Gutiérrez announced that he would be joining Formula E, for selected races during the 2016–17 season


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seasons

2013, 2014, 2016,

finishing positions

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wins

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2013 Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber compare 2013
2014 Adrian Sutil
Sauber compare 2014
2016 Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team compare 2016

news

Along with Stoffel Vandoorne, Gutierrez has been named as a reserve driver for the Mercedes, McLaren and Racing Point teams.<br>However a change to the super licence rules outlined in the FIA’s International Sporting Code specifies that drivers who have not raced in F1 for three seasons have to do 300kms of running to re-qualify for a super licence.<br>Gutierrez last raced with Haas in 2016 ...

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Russell, who beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to take his maiden Virtual GP win last time out at Catalunya, qualified second in the first wet qualifying of the season. <br>FIA Formula 3 driver David Schumacher – son of six-time F1 grand prix winner Ralf – took his maiden pole position with a lap time four-tenths quicker than Russell’s fastest attempt.  <br>2018 Formula 2 champion Russell ...

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