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personalia

French
2 September 1966 (54)
Lance Macklin (2 September 1919)
Olivier Grouillard (2 September 1958)
Marcus Ericsson (2 September 1990)

statistics

1 (0.6%)
5 (3.2%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1st (1996 Monaco Grand Prix)
3rd
10
158
158
76 (0.5 points per race avg)
5891
16 (0.3%)
0 (0%)
59 (37.3%)
1994 Brazilian Grand Prix
2004 Japanese Grand Prix

about Olivier Panis

Olivier Panis (born 2 September 1966) is a French professional racing driver. Panis drove in Formula One for ten seasons, scoring one win at the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix for the Ligier team. As of 2017, he is the last French driver to win a Formula One Grand Prix.

He is the father of racing driver Aurélien Panis.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event constructor
1 1996 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Ligier

pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1994 Éric Bernard
Johnny Herbert
Franck Lagorce
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1995 Aguri Suzuki
Martin Brundle
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1996 Pedro Diniz
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1997 Shinji Nakano
Jarno Trulli
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1998 Jarno Trulli
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1999 Jarno Trulli
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2001 Jacques Villeneuve
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2002 Jacques Villeneuve
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2003 Cristiano da Matta
Toyota compare 2003
2004 Cristiano da Matta
Ricardo Zonta
Jarno Trulli
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Max Verstappen was leading at Paul Ricard on Sunday after the first round of stops and had eked out a slight advantage over the pursuing Lewis Hamilton.<br>However, his Red Bull team elected to pit for a set of medium tyres, handing the advantage at that stage of the race to Hamilton. But Verstappen had a big pace advantage with the fresher rubber and managed to close in and overtake his Mercedes ...

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The Ferrari driver had qualified fourth t Barcelona and was right behind Bottas after the start as they came out of the opening sequence of corners.<br>However, he seized a brilliant opportunity to go around the outside of Bottas at Turn 3 in a move that was reminiscent of a similar effort that Fernando Alonso pulled off on Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton in 2013.<br>But rather than Leclerc ...

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The Spanish Grand Prix has hardly cemented itself as a must-watch in Formula 1 through recent history, yet Sunday’s race had plenty going for it to entertain hardcore fans.<br>Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen went wheel-to-wheel for the fourth race in a row, only for their tussle to ultimately be settled by their respective pit walls.<br>It was a fascinating strategic battle that made this one ...

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Pole-sitter Hamilton was passed by Verstappen at Turn 1 on the opening lap, and spent the first stint of the race trailing the Red Bull driver, ultimately falling 5.5 seconds behind after pitting.<br>Hamilton was then able to close up to Verstappen on the medium tyres, and was set to overtake before Mercedes called him in for a second pitstop. With Red Bull committing Verstappen to a one-stop ...

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The two leaders came extremely close to touching at the race's first corner, with Verstappen making an aggressive move to get ahead, which forced Mercedes into making two bold strategy calls to get Hamilton back into a position to win his 98th grand prix.<br>At the start, Verstappen appeared to make a faster getaway from the front row, but dipped in behind Hamilton once the Mercedes shot up to ...

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Ever since the start of the V6 hybrid era in 2014, Mercedes has held a comfortable advantage over the rest of the field at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. In fact, if it wasn't for the collision between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the start of the 2016 race, Mercedes would have likely enjoyed a run of seven consecutive victories in the Spanish GP.<br>Hamilton starts the 2021 edition of the ...

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The McLaren driver had been on a fast lap in Q1 at Barcelona, but came across a gaggle of cars in the final chicane sequence.<br>Mazepin in the Haas elected to stay ahead of him, and cost Norris a vital few tenths on the run to the line – which meant that the young Briton had to burn another set of tyres to run again so he could guarantee he got through to Q2.<br>Not having that extra set of ...

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The Black Arrows squad regularly takes the middle compound tyre in qualifying to give it more strategic options in races, where the yellow-walled rubber is also generally more durable compared to the softs the rest of the top 10 runners take to ensure their Q3 places.<br>Red Bull usually gives Max Verstappen a similar strategy, but all three frontrunners eschewed that approach in qualifying at ...

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Valtteri Bottas claimed third in the second Mercedes, with both Black Arrows cars and the leading Red Bull joining the rest of the Q3 runners in getting through the middle segment of qualifying on the soft tyres, on which they will start the race.<br>Hamilton led the way after the opening runs in Q3 with a 1m16.741s, with Verstappen slotting in 0.036s behind.<br>But none of the top three went ...

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The Ferrari driver emerged from the second free practice session at Barcelona as the closest challenger to Mercedes after a strong day’s running in which he lapped just 0.165s off Lewis Hamilton's FP2 pace.<br>The Monegasque was outqualified by new team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr last time out in Portugal, but fought back in the race to finish sixth as Sainz slipped out of the points due to heavy ...

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When the session got underway, the pack was in no particular hurry to head onto the track, with Fernando Alonso eventually emerging for a solo run on the medium tyres towards the end of the opening 10 minutes.<br>Alonso therefore set the P1 benchmark at 1m21.020s, which remained fastest until the Alpine driver was joined by Sergio Perez towards the end of the session's first quarter.<br>Perez duly ...

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Mercedes has so far enjoyed an upper hand over Red Bull in qualifying, with Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas scoring two poles between them compared to just one for Max Verstappen - although it must be noted that the Dutchman's first flyer that was deleted for track limits would have been good enough for pole at Portimao.<br>Mercedes has also been unbeaten in qualifying at Barcelona since the ...

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In conditions that were hotter and windier than Friday's earlier FP1 session, the second 60-minute practice running was initially led by Alfa Romeo's Antonio Giovinazzi.<br>The Italian's 1m20.691s was set on the medium tyres, which all the drivers appeared on for their first runs in the session's opening quarter.<br>But Giovinazzi's leading time from the first minutes was soon beaten by a flurry ...

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Under clear skies and in warm temperatures, Robert Kubica, running place of Kimi Raikkonen at Alfa Romeo for FP1, set the initial P1 benchmark at 1m27.006s on the hard tyres.<br>But Kubica was almost immediately demoted by Bottas's 1m21.899s, also set on the white-walled rubber.<br>Just after Nikita Mazepin lost the rear of his Haas accelerating out of the fast Turn 7 left, spearing off left ...

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Mercedes has been the dominant manufacturer at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya of late, with only the infamous collision between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the 2016 Spanish GP preventing the German manufacturer from completing a clean sweep of victories in the V6 turbo hybrid era.<br>The Black Arrows will also be boosted by its result in the Portuguese Grand Prix last weekend, with ...

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The Silverstone team gave the latest set of new parts to Stroll first as it tries to accelerate the development of the difficult AMR21.<br>After an encouraging qualifying session, Vettel had a frustrating Sunday in Portugal. He made Q3 for the first time since the British GP last year, eventually taking 10th on the grid, while Stroll had issues in Q1 and started 17th.<br>However, the German ...

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Organisers of the May 9 race had been planning to allow a limited number of fans at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, with ticket sales still underway this week.<br>But the Catalan health authorities have now barred the event from accepting spectators due to the current COVID-19 restrictions in the region.<br>Catalonia extended its latest countermeasure package, which includes closing its ...

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My time behind the F1 microphone was the 1980s and ’90s, plus a couple of years either side of them, and what a fabulous period it was. The swansong of the fabled Ford Cosworth DFV engine, the glorious turbo years with their chattering wastegates and spark-showering skid blocks.<br>Lotus, Ferrari, Williams and McLaren. Honda, BMW and Renault. Superstars Nelson Piquet, Niki Lauda, Ayrton Senna ...

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Chief strategist James Vowles admits that a window briefly opened that could have allowed Bottas to jump ahead of Red Bull driver Verstappen if he pitted, but the team didn’t take the opportunity, and the Finn ultimately had to settle for third.<br>Bottas had made a poor start from second on the grid, and he was passed by both Verstappen and the Racing Point of Lance Stroll.<br>He lost time and ...

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Norris qualified eighth at Barcelona but lost out to both Pierre Gasly and Charles Leclerc at the start, dropping to 10th.<br>He spent much of the race chasing the AlphaTauri and finished still in 10th place, although at the flag the Ferrari driver ahead of him was Sebastian Vettel rather than Leclerc.<br>“I just didn't risk enough into Turn 1 and that's where I lost my position," ...

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One week on from the heat-induced shake up the Formula 1 pecking order at Silverstone, hot conditions threatened to do so once again at the Spanish Grand Prix.<br>But instead what unfolded was a somehow torpid and processional affair at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya; a familiar storyline for the track which ended with a familiar winner.<br>For the fourth year in a row, Lewis Hamilton took ...

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Leclerc was running 11th at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya before hitting the kerb at the exit of the final chicane, causing him to spin.<br>The hit with the kerb caused an electrical issue on Leclerc’s Ferrari power unit that saw him lose power, leaving him stranded at the final corner.<br>Leclerc undid his seatbelts and was preparing to get out of the car when the engine ...

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Early in the Barcelona race Bottas was heard telling his engineer on the radio “these black overalls are f**cking hot.”<br>The move from white to black overalls was part of a pre-season rebranding exercise that saw the team also switch its car from traditional silver livery to black as part of its ongoing diversity message.<br>“It was really hot in the car,” Bottas said after the race ...

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Lewis Hamilton routed the field at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, gapping second-placed Max Verstappen by 24 seconds at the close of the 66-lap affair. <br>There was more to the race than that, as plenty of radio traffic punctuated a tough race – and Hamilton and Verstappen controlled the airwaves to help dictate their strategies throughout the race.  <br><br>Read ...

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