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personalia

French
2 September 1966 (52)
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 Circuit de Monaco 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
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2004 Cristiano da Matta
Ricardo Zonta
Jarno Trulli
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After every race of the 2019 season, Motorsport Network's Julia Piquet analyses the performances of the entire field against their teammate.<br>The top three teams, a tight midfield battle and more are assessed in this latest video.<br><br>More F1 insights:<br><br>Five things we learned from the Spanish Grand Prix<br>Mazepin fastest for Mercedes in Barcelona F1 test<br>Drivers wary of "very ...

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On the weekend where Ferrari had brought an engine upgrade forward in the hope of hitting back, it was kept right off the podium by Red Bull.<br>But as Julia Piquet recounts in her pick of the five most important takeaways from the weekend, there were more dramatic flashpoints in the ultra-close battle for 'best of the rest' or 'Class B' honours further back in the pack.<br><br>More F1 insights ...

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The Australian started 13th courtesy of a three-place grid penalty for reversing into Daniil Kvyat in the Azerbaijan GP, and spent the opening part of the Barcelona race in 12th, bottled up behind the McLaren of Carlos Sainz.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Renault in performance "stalemate" on Friday - Ricciardo<br><br><br>Ricciardo did overtake Sainz for position before the pair pitted at the end of ...

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A new engine and aerodynamic components were brought to Barcelona as Ferrari sought to gain ground on its rival Mercedes, which has dominated the start of the season.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Spanish GP: Hamilton leads fifth straight Mercedes 1-2<br><br><br>However, Ferrari was comfortably beaten by Mercedes again in Spain, and even fell behind the Red Bull of Max Verstappen in the ...

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Bottas started on pole for the third race in a row but Hamilton pulled alongside him after a better getaway and gained track position on the inside into Turn 1. <br>Hamilton then raced into a commanding lead and kept Bottas comfortably behind after a late safety car restart as well, to move back ahead in the title battle. <br>Immediately after the race, Bottas said: “It was pretty tight but I ...

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Hamilton's victory ahead of Bottas clinched Mercedes' fifth one-two in a row and put Hamilton seven points clear of Bottas in the world championship.<br>Max Verstappen earned a second podium of the season for Red Bull and Honda in third place, after Ferrari's challenge faded early and never recovered.<br>Hamilton started second but crucially got ahead of poleman Bottas by winning a three-way duel ...

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Speculation that this year's race at Barcelona could be the last was fuelled when it emerged that F1 owner Liberty Media were lining up the Dutch Grand Prix to start the European season.<br>But although nothing has been agreed between F1 bosses and the Circuit Barcelona-Catalunya regarding a contract extension, the track's boss remains hopeful that things can get sorted as he lays out a summer ...

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After an encouraging opening round at Melbourne, in which Haas had a strong lead at the front of the midfield pack, the team has failed to score in the intervening races.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Spanish GP: Bottas beats Hamilton to pole by 0.6s<br><br><br>Having struggled to get the tyres within the operating range, the high-energy nature of the Barcelona circuit has helped the team return to its ...

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Bottas had the edge on Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton throughout qualifying, ending up a massive 0.634s quicker.<br>None of the top four were able to improve their times on their second runs on soft Pirellis in Q3, ensuring Mercedes kept hold of the front-row lockout it had taken earlier in the final segment of qualifying.<br>Sebastian Vettel was third and 0.866s off the pace, less than a tenth ...

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The Williams Formula 1 driver crashed backwards into the barriers at Turn 4 in the closing minutes of final free practice on Saturday, bringing out the red flags.<br>After examination of his car back in the Williams garage, the team decided that following the rear-end collision a new gearbox would be needed. It means Russell will take a five-place penalty, which will almost certainly move him to ...

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Mercedes driver Hamilton enjoyed a commanding advantage over the chasing Ferraris in FP3, which ended under red flags when Russell lost the rear of his Williams at Turn 4 and ended up in the wall backwards after travelling through the gravel.<br>That stopped three drivers – Red Bull's Pierre Gasly, Renault driver Nico Hulkenberg and McLaren's Lando Norris – completing a final new-tyre run and ...

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During a difficult start to the season Kubica has complained of differences between his car and Russell's, something Russell backed up earlier in the year.<br>Kubica was hopeful there would not be a repeat as of this weekend, and after Friday practice at Barcelona Russell said the previous differences between the two cars was put down to "a sensor issue".<br>Russell also revealed that both drivers ...

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Bottas, who also set the pace in the morning session, was fastest in the early stages when using medium-compound Pirellis, seven tenths faster than Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel.<br>Vettel and teammate Charles Leclerc then traded top spot as the first frontrunners to use the soft Pirellis, with the latter eventually winning the intra-team battle with a lap 0.088s quicker than Vettel.<br>But at ...

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The Mercedes driver traded times with Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel before establishing himself at the head of the order with two laps good enough to end the session quickest.<br>Bottas was left out of the car in the final half hour, though, as Mercedes stripped down his W10 to understand what was initially described as a hydraulic problem.<br>Mercedes determined an oil leak had caused a ...

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Legendary technical illustrator Giorgio Piola spent the day taking photographs and gathering details about the upgrades, before he joined Edd Straw to discuss his findings.<br>They go in-depth on title rivals Mercedes and Ferrari's changes to their cars, as well as looking at what to expect from Red Bull and which midfield teams are likely to have the most interesting developments.<br><br>For more ...

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Ahead of the Barcelona weekend beginning, Julia Piquet picks out the key things to watch out for in Spain.<br>The Ferrari versus Mercedes battle, expected technical upgrades and the team under most pressure in the midfield are all highlighted.<br><br>More F1 insights:<br><br>First look: Mercedes' Spanish GP updates<br>Renault introduces upgraded engine for Spanish GP<br>Carey: F1 will lose two ...

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Although the new internal combustion engine is not being tagged as an official 'Spec 2', it is understood the changes to it have been deemed promising enough for it to elect to race it now.<br>In particular, the updates should allow it to run its power unit in a more powerful configuration for more of a grand prix weekend – which should help deliver a good step forward in form.<br>The decision ...

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The team was not able to undertake repairs on the spot in Baku, which is why the Englishman had to switch to the spare tub, and thus missed FP2 as well.<br>However, the damaged chassis is now back in use, along with the one that teammate Robert Kubica crashed in qualifying, and which was repaired for the race but required some further work.<br>"Both chassis have been repaired from both incidents ...

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Increasing the number of sections from three to four, Mercedes hopes to better control the airflow being transported around the midriff of the car - as seen in Giorgio Piola's image above.<br>The team continues to buck the current trend of positioning the sidepod inlets high up, instead electing to use a more conventional layout - where the crash structure is at the top of the aperture, rather ...

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