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Marcus Ericsson

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Swedish
2 September 1990 (29)
Lance Macklin (2 September 1919)
Olivier Grouillard (2 September 1958)
Olivier Panis (2 September 1966)

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8th (2015 Australian Grand Prix)
6th (2018 Brazilian Grand Prix)
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2014 Australian Grand Prix
2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Marcus Ericsson

Marcus Ericsson (born 2 September 1990) is a Swedish race car driver currently racing for Sauber in Formula One, where he is contracted to the end of the 2017 season.

After a successful début in car racing in 2007 which saw him take the British Formula BMW title with Fortec Motorsport, he moved up into the British team's British Formula Three Championship squad. After finishing as one of the top rookies in the category, Ericsson turned his attentions to the All-Japan Formula Three Championship where he won the championship in his debut year. In 2010, he moved up to the GP2 Series where he secured one victory during his maiden campaign for Super Nova Racing. Between 2011 and 2012, Ericsson drove for iSport. Ericsson completed the 2013 GP2 season with DAMS, and debuted in Formula One in 2014 with Caterham F1.


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seasons

2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2014 Kamui Kobayashi
André Lotterer
Will Stevens
Caterham compare 2014
2015 Felipe Nasr
Sauber compare 2015
2016 Felipe Nasr
Sauber compare 2016
2017 Antonio Giovinazzi
Pascal Wehrlein
Sauber compare 2017
2018 Charles Leclerc
Sauber compare 2018

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Ericsson missed the penultimate IndyCar race of the season after being released by his Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team to fulfil his reserve-driver role for Alfa at Spa. <br>Kimi Raikkonen had a leg injury but ultimately took part in the whole Belgian GP weekend, while Conor Daly deputised for the sidelined Ericsson at SPM.<br>Ericsson told Swedish broadcaster Viasat that at the start of ...

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Ericsson, who has remained Alfa's reserve after losing his race seat with what was then Sauber at the end of last season, is skipping this weekend's Portland IndyCar round to be present at Spa.<br>Sources had suggested this was due to a specific concern over whether Raikkonen would be available for the race.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Ericsson on standby for Alfa Romeo at Belgian GP<br><br><br>The ...

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Motorsport.com understands Ericsson will be at Spa on duty for the Alfa Romeo team, with which he is official third and reserve driver.<br>Sources have indicated there may be an issue that could prevent the team's regular race driver Kimi Raikkonen from competing and Ericsson was understood to be travelling to Belgium on Thursday morning.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Raikkonen explains reason behind ...

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The Swede moved to IndyCar this year after being dropped by the team, then known as Sauber, at the end of last season - although he was retained as reserve driver and ambassador.<br>The Pirelli test will be his first and thus far only scheduled chance to try the 2019 car.<br>Ericsson says he’s not worried about the outing reminding him about what he’s been missing this year.<br>“I don’t ...

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The test is one of a series organised by the Italian company, which allow all the teams to play a role in developing next year’s constructions and compounds with sessions at a variety of circuits.<br>Ericsson drove for the team formerly known as Sauber between 2015 and 2018.<br>Last September the Swede was announced as brand ambassador and third driver for what was to become Alfa Romeo Racing ...

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The expansion of the drag reduction system at the track, announced in the lead-up to the grand prix, means that all three major straights of the Sakhir circuit will feature DRS in the race.<br>The new zone is located after the opening sequence of corners, and will in theory allow drivers to make another attempt at overtaking if they were unsuccessful in pulling off a move on the start-finish ...

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You’ve sounded determined and optimistic so far. Now you’ve got most of your testing out of the way, are you still confident about your IndyCar prospects?<br>Yes, I still feel good about it. I felt the days at COTA [two days in IndyCar’s official Spring Training] I really started to get into the groove of it and had some good sessions. I really feel like I’m starting to gain an ...

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The Swedish driver will switch to IndyCar next season after Sauber opted for an all-new line-up of Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi for 2019.<br>Ericsson cited his qualifying form as the chief reason he was comprehensively beaten by rising star and rookie teammate Charles Leclerc over the season.<br>However, Ericsson said his fifth season in F1 had "definitely been my strongest", with 17th ...

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Ericsson will lose his Sauber race seat after 2018, but it was announced earlier this year that the Swede would stay involved with the team as a reserve driver. However, a month after the announcement, Ericsson secured a full-time IndyCar drive with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for next year. Sauber admitted earlier this month that it would look for another driver to share the reserve role ...

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Sauber has signed Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi for 2019, while Ericsson has inked a full-season deal with the Schmidt Peterson IndyCar squad and will dovetail that campaign with a Sauber reserve driver role. Ericsson has not given up hope on returning to F1 in the future and, after securing a career-best qualifying result of sixth in Brazil, said ending 2018 on a high will be important ...

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Ericsson was announced as Sauber's reserve when Antonio Giovinazzi was confirmed as a race driver last month, but he has subsequently landed an IndyCar seat with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. There are eight clashes between the F1 and IndyCar schedules in 2019, and other weekends where it would make little sense for Ericsson to travel to a grand prix just be on standby. However, he would be ...

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Ericsson has driven for the Swiss outfit since 2015, scoring 18 points in that period, but will be relegated to a reserve driver role next year as the team switches to an all-new line-up of Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi. With Raikkonen a former world champion and Giovinazzi taking the seat Ferrari had priority for as part of the Alfa Romeo tie-up, Ericsson said he understood Sauber's ...

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The Sauber driver was asked to extend his opening stint on hypersoft tyres to help protect teammate Leclerc ahead – even though doing so cost him valuable time as his rubber was finished. A slow pit stop relegated Ericsson to the back of the field but he recovered to classify ninth, just two spots behind Leclerc, marking the first time since 2015 he reached the points in successive Grands ...

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The 28-year-old Swede, who scored three GP2 wins, and has raced with Sauber for the past four seasons, will have made 97 Formula 1 starts when he competes in the season finale in Abu Dhabi next month. With current teammate Charles Leclerc moving to Ferrari next year, Sauber is having a complete change in its lineup for 2019, with 2007 Formula 1 champion Kimi Raikkonen to be joined by rookie ...

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Bottas was on a slow lap when Ericsson, on his second push lap in Q1, went round the Mercedes in the long Turn 7 left-hander. Although Ericsson confirmed Bottas was well out of the way and off the racing line, meaning he had no problem with what the Mercedes driver did, the disturbance to the airflow cost him downforce. This led to him understeering onto the grass having lost front-end grip ... ...

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Ericsson will lose his Sauber seat at the end of the season, with Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi forming an all-new line-up at the Swiss team. Ericsson – a veteran of 92 grand prix starts, 76 with Sauber – will remain Sauber's reserve driver and have an ambassadorial role but the Swede wants to continue racing ahead of a possible 2020 return to F1. Ericsson described IndyCar as ... ...

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Sauber will field an all-new line-up next season after confirming Italian Antonio Giovinazzi will partner Raikkonen, with Ericsson moving into a third-driver role. Raikkonen's surprise move was announced prior to the Singapore Grand Prix and Ericsson, whose non-racing role was confirmed immediately after Giovinazzi's race drive, said that was a sign that his own hopes had faded. "When Kimi ... ...

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While F1 rookie Leclerc has earned a swift graduation to Ferrari, Sauber veteran Ericsson is fighting to remain on the grid with Kimi Raikkonen already confirmed at the Swiss team and others in the frame to partner him.  Raikkonen is understood to have agreed an independent deal with Sauber after losing his Ferrari seat to Leclerc, which means Ferrari could still utilise its option on one of ... ...

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Ericsson lost control at the end of the pit straight when his DRS did not close when it was supposed to, and team principal Fred Vasseur suggested that the glitch was related to an issue specifically related to the special Monza-spec wing that the team is running. Whiting also dismissed suggestions from Carlos Sainz that DRS creates dangers. "We've been through it with Sauber, and we know ... ...

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Ericsson barrel-rolled spectacularly after suffering a DRS problem when he braked for the first chicane at Monza in second practice. Sauber personnel had to break curfew overnight to build Ericsson’s car around a new chassis.  The FIA reported that Sauber team members were inside the circuit between 1am and 9am, using one of two exceptions to the curfew allowed over the ... ...

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Ericsson's massive shunt occurred at the start of FP2 when his rear wing's DRS flap did not reattach under braking for the first chicane. He slammed into the wall on the left-hand side of the and was pitched into a series of rolls, before coming to a rest and exiting the car unharmed. His teammate Charles Leclerc suffered the same DRS problems and it took a while for Sauber to rectify the ... ...

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Ericsson's shunt happened just two minutes into the session at the start of his first flying lap, with his Sauber car snapping left when he hit the brakes on the high-speed approach to Turn 1 after the DRS failed to close. This pitched Ericsson's car head on into the barriers, with the car then launched into a series of rolls while spinning down the track. The car came to rest the right way ... ...

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The Swedish driver was running 14th and challenging the Force India of Sergio Perez when he went off into the barriers at the start of the 32nd lap at high speed at the Abbey right-hander.Ericsson had his DRS engaged at the time, with a third zone having been added at this year's Silverstone race covering the start/finish straight and the first two corners, Abbey and Farm.Although at ...

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The Sauber driver lost control at the long, fast Le Beausset right-hander late in FP1 and spun backwards into the barrier, causing the session to be red-flagged.His car then caught fire and was damaged badly enough for him to be unable to run in FP2."I turned in [to the corner] like every other lap," he said. "I wasn't going any faster or doing anything different. And I just lost the ...

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