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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
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2004 Cristiano da Matta
Ricardo Zonta
Jarno Trulli
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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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Verstappen was able to record his fifth consecutive podium finish after taking second place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, splitting the Mercedes drivers of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.<br>Verstappen managed to pass Bottas on the run to the first corner on the opening lap, but struggled to keep up with Hamilton towards the end of his stint on the soft compound tyres.<br>As the gap ...

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On his first Formula 1 race back since testing positive for COVID-19, the Racing Point driver was handed a five-second time penalty for ignoring blue flags shown to him, instructing him to allow race leader Hamilton to lap him, but the Mexican driver has argued his position which ultimately cost him fourth place to teammate Lance Stroll.<br>Hamilton, who lapped every driver apart from Max ...

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Hamilton is now 37 points ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, who finished second in Spain. Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas is now six points behind Verstappen, having gained one point by setting fastest lap on the final tour.<br>Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc retains fourth, despite his non-score due to an electrical failure, with Racing Point's Lance Stroll jumping to fifth – on ...

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Hamilton led from pole, with Verstappen immediately moving up to second, with Lance Stroll barging past the slow-starting Valtteri Bottas at Turn 1, as the Finn’s Mercedes fell from second to fourth – just holding off the second Racing Point of Sergio Perez at Turn 3. It took Bottas until Lap 5 for him to DRS past Stroll on the approach to Turn 1. <br>Verstappen pitted for medium tyres at ...

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Despite hopes that Red Bull would be able to threaten Mercedes after showing strong pace on the medium tyre long runs in practice at Barcelona, Hamilton was able to run faster at critical phases of the race to stay well clear of Verstappen.<br>At the start, Hamilton leapt off the line to easily hold the lead into Turn 1, while Bottas looked to have made an adequate getaway before he was quickly ...

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Grosjean and teammate Kevin Magnussen both failed to get through Q1, Magnussen starting in 16th, one place ahead of Grosjean.<br>The result is on par with their previous qualifying performances in 2020, but after a promising Friday the pair were hoping for much more.<br>Grosjean was an impressive fifth in FP2 with a time of 1.18.1, but after an overnight engine change he struggled to improve on ...

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After a pair of races at Silverstone in the UK, F1 is completing its triple header with a solitary round in Spain.<br>Mercedes has locked out the front row on the grid, with Lewis Hamilton edging Valtteri Bottas in a tight qualifying to take pole position.<br>The German manufacturer is the favourite for victory again, unless high temperatures leads to a repeat of tyre issues it faced in the 70th ...

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In the top-10 shootout, Hamilton set the benchmark on the first run at 1m15.584s, 0.059s faster than Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas. The Finn couldn’t improve on his second run, although he got close to his previous time, ensuring Hamilton's 92nd pole.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Spanish GP: Hamilton beats Bottas to pole by 0.059s<br>"Killer" Spanish heat tough on tyres, says ...

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All the drivers in the top 10 made it through to Q3 on the soft tyres, so there will be no contra-strategy attempts at the start of Sunday's race.<br>Hamilton led the way after the first runs in Q3 with a 1m15.584s, which put him 0.059-seconds clear of his teammate, despite only setting the fastest time in the third sector.<br>Bottas ran ahead on the final runs and although he did manage to edge ...

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Max Verstappen finished third for Red Bull ahead of McLaren's Carlos Sainz.<br>The 60-minute session built to a crescendo after a fairly lifeless start, with Hamilton finally going quicker than his Mercedes team-mate on his final qualifying simulation as the track grip increased.<br>It took almost 10 minutes for a time to be set as the teams back-loaded their running on the scorched asphalt, which ...

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Formula 1 teams are all too familiar with Barcelona, having completed two pre-seasons tests at the venue in February.<br>The circuit favours cars that are able to produce high downforce, making Mercedes immediately the favourite for pole position.<br>The German manufacturer has been unbeatable in qualifying so far, taking pole positions in each of the five races. Lewis Hamilton leads the ...

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Hamilton topped the second Formula 1 practice session at the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona on Friday ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes enjoyed a buffer of eight tenths of a second to the rest of the field.<br>But the team remains concerned about its tyre management after hot track conditions led to extreme blistering at last weekend's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, where it suffered its ...

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