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personalia

British
8 August 1953 (67)
Piero Drogo (8 August 1926)
Jimmy Davies (8 August 1929)
Ricardo Londoño (8 August 1949)

statistics

31 (16.1%)
59 (30.7%)
32 (16.7%)
1 (6.7%)
1st
15
192
188
482 (2.5 points per race avg)
94 (49%)
1980 Austrian Grand Prix
1995 Spanish Grand Prix

about Nigel Mansell

Nigel Ernest James Mansell, (; born 8 August 1953) is a British former racing driver who won both the Formula One World Championship (1992) and the CART Indy Car World Series (1993). Mansell was the reigning F1 champion when he moved over to CART, becoming the first person to win the CART title in his debut season, and making him the only person to hold both the World Drivers' Championship and the American open-wheel National Championship simultaneously.

His career in Formula One spanned 15 seasons, with his final two full seasons of top-level racing being spent in the CART series. Mansell is the second most successful British Formula One driver of all time in terms of race wins with 31 victories, and is seventh overall on the Formula One race winners list behind Michael Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton, Alain Prost, Sebastian Vettel, Ayrton Senna and Fernando Alonso. He held the record for the most number of poles set in a single season, which was broken in 2011 by Sebastian Vettel. He was rated in the top 10 Formula One drivers of all time by longtime Formula One commentator Murray Walker. In 2008, ESPN.com ranked him 24th on their "Top 25 Drivers of All Time" list. He was also ranked No. 9 of the 50 greatest F1 drivers of all time by the Times Online on a list that also included such drivers as Prost, Senna, Jackie Stewart and Jim Clark.

Mansell raced in the Grand Prix Masters series in 2005, and won the championship title. He later signed a one-off race deal for the Scuderia Ecosse GT race team to drive their number 63 Ferrari F430 GT2 car at Silverstone on 6 May 2007. He has since competed in additional sports car races with his sons Leo and Greg, including the 2010 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Mansell was inducted to the International Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2005. He is the current president of one of the UK's largest Youth Work Charities, UK Youth. He is also President of the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists). In September 2014, it was announced that Mansell would be opening a Mitsubishi franchise on Jersey later in the month. In September 2015 the organisers of the Mexican Grand Prix (which was returning to Formula One after a 23-year absence) announced that the final corner of the re-designed Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit would be named after the 1992 Formula One World Champion and winner of the final race at the Mexico City circuit before it was dropped from the Formula One calendar for the 1993 season.


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seasons

1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event constructor
1 1985 European Grand Prix round 14 Williams
2 1985 South African Grand Prix round 15 Williams
3 1986 Belgian Grand Prix round 5 Williams
4 1986 Canadian Grand Prix round 6 Williams
5 1986 French Grand Prix round 8 Williams
6 1986 British Grand Prix round 9 Williams
7 1986 Portuguese Grand Prix round 14 Williams
8 1987 San Marino Grand Prix round 2 Williams
9 1987 French Grand Prix round 6 Williams
10 1987 British Grand Prix round 7 Williams
11 1987 Austrian Grand Prix round 10 Williams
12 1987 Spanish Grand Prix round 13 Williams
13 1987 Mexican Grand Prix round 14 Williams
14 1989 Brazilian Grand Prix round 1 Ferrari
15 1989 Hungarian Grand Prix round 10 Ferrari
16 1990 Portuguese Grand Prix round 13 Ferrari
17 1991 French Grand Prix round 7 Williams
18 1991 British Grand Prix round 8 Williams
19 1991 German Grand Prix round 9 Williams
20 1991 Italian Grand Prix round 12 Williams
21 1991 Spanish Grand Prix round 14 Williams
22 1992 South African Grand Prix round 1 Williams
23 1992 Mexican Grand Prix round 2 Williams
24 1992 Brazilian Grand Prix round 3 Williams
25 1992 Spanish Grand Prix round 4 Williams
26 1992 San Marino Grand Prix round 5 Williams
27 1992 French Grand Prix round 8 Williams
28 1992 British Grand Prix round 9 Williams
29 1992 German Grand Prix round 10 Williams
30 1992 Portuguese Grand Prix round 14 Williams
31 1994 Australian Grand Prix round 16 Williams

pole positions

# event constructor
1 1984 Dallas Grand Prix round 9 Team Lotus
2 1985 South African Grand Prix round 15 Williams
3 1986 Canadian Grand Prix round 6 Williams
4 1986 Australian Grand Prix round 16 Williams
5 1987 Brazilian Grand Prix round 1 Williams
6 1987 Belgian Grand Prix round 3 Williams
7 1987 Monaco Grand Prix round 4 Williams
8 1987 Detroit Grand Prix round 5 Williams
9 1987 French Grand Prix round 6 Williams
10 1987 German Grand Prix round 8 Williams
11 1987 Hungarian Grand Prix round 9 Williams
12 1987 Mexican Grand Prix round 14 Williams
13 1990 French Grand Prix round 7 Ferrari
14 1990 British Grand Prix round 8 Ferrari
15 1990 Portuguese Grand Prix round 13 Ferrari
16 1991 British Grand Prix round 8 Williams
17 1991 German Grand Prix round 9 Williams
18 1992 South African Grand Prix round 1 Williams
19 1992 Mexican Grand Prix round 2 Williams
20 1992 Brazilian Grand Prix round 3 Williams
21 1992 Spanish Grand Prix round 4 Williams
22 1992 San Marino Grand Prix round 5 Williams
23 1992 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Williams
24 1992 French Grand Prix round 8 Williams
25 1992 British Grand Prix round 9 Williams
26 1992 German Grand Prix round 10 Williams
27 1992 Belgian Grand Prix round 12 Williams
28 1992 Italian Grand Prix round 13 Williams
29 1992 Portuguese Grand Prix round 14 Williams
30 1992 Japanese Grand Prix round 15 Williams
31 1992 Australian Grand Prix round 16 Williams
32 1994 Australian Grand Prix round 16 Williams

teams & teammates

season teammate
1980 Elio de Angelis
Mario Andretti
Team Lotus compare 1980
1981 Elio de Angelis
Team Lotus compare 1981
1982 Elio de Angelis
Roberto Moreno
Geoff Lees
Team Lotus compare 1982
1983 Elio de Angelis
Team Lotus compare 1983
1984 Elio de Angelis
Team Lotus compare 1984
1985 Keke Rosberg
Williams compare 1985
1986 Nelson Piquet
Williams compare 1986
1987 Nelson Piquet
Riccardo Patrese
Williams compare 1987
1988 Riccardo Patrese
Martin Brundle
Jean-Louis Schlesser
Williams compare 1988
1989 Gerhard Berger
Ferrari compare 1989
1990 Alain Prost
Ferrari compare 1990
1991 Riccardo Patrese
Williams compare 1991
1992 Riccardo Patrese
Williams compare 1992
1994 Damon Hill
Ayrton Senna
David Coulthard
Williams compare 1994
1995 Mika Häkkinen
Mark Blundell
Jan Magnussen
McLaren compare 1995

news

The around-the-outside manoeuvre at Peraltada, one of F1’s most fearsome bends, showed bravery of the highest degree from Mansell, and incredible trust between him and his Austrian rival about going side-by-side through there.<br>Had their wheels interlocked, then it would have been an aircraft accident.<br>The moment played out on the penultimate lap of the Mexico race as Mansell in the Ferrari ...

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It marked his final outing in F1, having joined the Woking-based team at the start of the year for a full-time grand prix comeback.<br>But having been forced to miss the first two races of the year, his season ended after Spain. Here we look at what went wrong...<br>Mansell had expected to race for Williams in '95 after being drafted in to replace Ayrton Senna at the 1994 French, European ...

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Car: Williams FW11<br>As one of Great Britain's most popular F1 world champions, it perhaps isn't too surprising Nigel Mansell picked a home win from his 31 grand prix victories.<br>But in a race that is remembered for both all-time highs and lows, Mansell's own achievement at Brands Hatch in the 1986 British Grand Prix stands out because he almost wasn't able to take part.<br>After suffering a ...

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