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Russian
27 August 1995 (22)
Charles Pozzi (27 August 1909)
Tom Belsø (27 August 1942)
Derek Warwick (27 August 1954)
Gerhard Berger (27 August 1959)
Mark Webber (27 August 1976)

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13th (2018 Austrian Grand Prix)
11th (2018 Azerbaijan Grand Prix)
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about Sergey Sirotkin

Sergey Olegovich Sirotkin (Russian: ??????? ????????? ?????????, IPA: [s??r???ej ??l????v??t? s???rotk??n], born 27 August 1995) is a Russian professional racing driver currently competing in Formula One for Williams.


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2018 Lance Stroll
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The aggressive new design philosophy behind the Williams FW41 has not worked in practice and Sirotkin is without a point in his rookie season, while teammate Lance Stroll only has four after finishing eighth in Azerbaijan.Williams has enacted a development programmes to recover from that poor start, but had to ditch a new rear wing after qualifying for last weekend’s British Grand ...

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The Russian pulled over in front of Force India's mechanics, who were preparing to service their driver Esteban Ocon, after concluding a run early in FP2.He briefly held up Ocon as a result before moving on to the correct pit garage."I know it was quite stupid," Sirotkin said after the session. "And I realised it last moment."If you saw where the sun is coming from, it is right in ...

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Sirotkin has had issues throughout the 2018 season, reporting a “very painful” feeling during the Spanish Grand Prix, and had a different seat insert in Monaco as well as altered seatbelts.He revealed that he was happy with his comfort levels in the Canadian Grand Prix earlier this month, and though he has another new seat here, it is not linked to the problem.Asked by Motorsport.com ...

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The Russian rookie made it into the second part of qualifying for only the second time this season and started 12th, and would have remained in points contention had he not picked up a stop/go penalty for a Williams rules breach on the grid.Williams was fixing a wheel assembly problem on his car after the three-minute board had been given prior to the start and the ensuing penalty ...

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Though the Russian has struggled to make an impact as Williams has toiled at the back of the field, the outfit has been impressed by his off-track commitment.Sirotkin, who was picked over Robert Kubica to partner Lance Stroll, has been a regular presence at the factory as it works through its problems.Asked by Motorsport.com about his workload, Sirotkin said: "I am making my life ...

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Sirotkin started from 19th on the grid in Barcelona owing to a three-place penalty carried over from Azerbaijan, and was running last after threading his way through the wreckage of Romain Grosjean's opening-lap shunt when the discomfort began to take hold."It's the toughest race I ever did so far," he said. "I wouldn't even call it a race, really."I had a good start, a good launch ...

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Williams asked the FIA to examine the Baku incident that earned Sergey Sirotkin a grid penalty, other collisions that resulted in different punishments, and Fernando Alonso driving his damaged McLaren back to the pits on the opening lap.The original four stewards – Garry Connelly, Tom Kristensen, Dennis Dean and Anar Shukurov – heard evidence from Williams’ legal counsel and FIA race ...

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Sirotkin hit the Force India of Perez from behind under braking into Turn 2 on the opening lap, with the collision leading Perez to make contact with the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen.The Mexican would go on to finish the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in third, whereas Sirotkin's race lasted only until the following straight, where he was involved in a three-car collision with Fernando Alonso and ...

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The Russian hit Perez's VJM11 from behind under braking into the Turn 2 left-hander, leading the Mexican to then collide with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and further damage his car.Sirotkin would go on to retire further down the road in a three-way collision with Nico Hulkenberg and Fernando Alonso, and was assessed a three-place grid penalty by the FIA stewards, which he is set to serve ...

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Sirotkin and teammate Lance Stroll started 18th and 20th, and finished in the reverse order on the road in 16th and 17th, although they subsequently gained places from time penalties handed to Sergio Perez and Brendon Hartley.Despite the lack of pace from the car – which was slower than last year – Sirotkin tried to be upbeat."A tough feeling after a tough weekend," said the ...

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The Williams driver made it just five laps into his Formula 1 race debut before he speared down the run-off at Turn 13 after running out of brakes.Following post-race analysis of the potential cause of the early failure, Sirotkin is convinced that the issue stems from rubbish being sucked into the brake duct in the opening laps."You would not believe what happened – it was a plastic ...

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On a frigid Barcelona Monday, it couldn't pass without comic mention that the arrival of a new Russian driver in Formula 1 coincided with the passage of the 'Beast from the East' weather front through much of Europe.But that chilly blast was no laughing matter for F1, cocooned though it is from most real-world happenings, since chunks of the first three days' running were wiped out ...

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James Urwin will continue to work with Stroll this season, but will share duties with Luca Baldisserri, who filled in for the final four races of 2017 while Urwin was on paternity leave.Andrew Murdoch, who worked with Felipe Massa last year, will team up with Paul Williams, who was a senior trackside aerodynamicist, to race engineer Sirotkin."We've had some operational changes and I ...

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Sirotkin, who has already moved to England and has been in the country for all but a couple of days in 2018, spoke to Motorsport.com during the official launch of the team's all-new FW41 F1 challenger.Sergey, let's talk about the timetable a little. You’ve said you’ve spent all weekdays at the factory during last five weeks. What do you do during the weekends?I stop by on the ...

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The team's decision to sign the 22-year-old Russian over other candidates including Robert Kubica, Pascal Wehrlein and Paul di Resta led to suggestions that it was a financial decision to plug gaps in Williams's budget.However, senior figures from SMP Racing, which supports Sirotkin's career, say their investment is specifically targeted at car development rather than simply helping ...

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Former Renault reserve Sirotkin, who is backed by Russian programme and reportedly brings a financial package worth around £15million, emerged as favourite to replace Felipe Massa in the Grove-based team following a strong showing in the Abu Dhabi test.Robert Kubica, Paul di Resta, Daniil Kvyat and Pascal Wehrlein were among the other contenders for the drive."We selected him as the ...

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Sirotkin beat several contenders – including grand prix winner and now-Williams reserve Robert Kubica – to the final vacant seat on the F1 grid alongside Lance Stroll. Speaking at a Williams-SMP Racing event in Moscow, key figures from the team and Sirotkin’s Russian backers made clear a long-term deal was in place.Williams CEO Mike O’Driscoll said: “What we have with Sergey is a ...

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Has Williams been smart by realising it was short of options for 2018 and picking a driver that has a good junior record and lots of cash - or is that too generous? Mitchell StevenWhat Williams is doing by signing Sirotkin is not stupid. He has pedigree in the junior classes and he has been around for a few years getting a bit of testing and Friday running. So he has reasonable ...

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Robert Kubica was the early favourite to get the seat vacated by Felipe Massa, but dropped out of the running following Siroktin's impressive showing at the end-of-season Pirelli test at Abu Dhabi.Williams said throughout the process that its driver decision would be based purely on performance and it is believed Sirotkin was clearly the quickest at Yas ...

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Sirotkin has emerged as the leading contender to take the final vacant seat on next season’s F1 grid, after a successful test with Williams in Abu Dhabi in November.The suggestion is that Sirotkin outperformed leading contender Robert Kubica in the test, and the Russian will also bring substantial financial backing with him should Williams award him the seat.Sirot ...

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Williams has spent the last week evaluating data gathered during the Abu Dhabi Pirelli test, where it ran Sirotkin and Kubica.Kubica had been favourite to make a sensational return to F1, with Williams impressed by his feedback and the way he fitted into the team and built up strong relationships.However, it has emerged that based on pure performance, data suggests Sirotkin is the ...

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Sirotkin, a race winner in GP2 and Formula Renault 3.5, has had a number of test and practice outings with the Renault F1 team over the past two years – but was overlooked for a 2018 race drive as the French marque signed Carlos Sainz alongside Nico Hulkenberg.The Russian currently remains under contract with Renault, but has been permitted to test with Williams in the post-Abu Dhabi ...

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Sirotkin, a three-time GP2 race winner, has taken part in seven grand prix practice sessions and a number of in-season tests during his time as test driver with first Sauber and then Renault.Backed by SMP Racing, he has been on the Renault's books since early 2016, but will join the Grove-based Williams team for the post-Abu Dhabi GP Pirelli test.Williams still has a free seat going ...

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Following weeks of speculation, the Grove-based outfit said that the three drivers would split their running across the running that takes place on the Tuesday and Wednesday after the season finale.Kubica, who is believed to be the frontrunner to land a race seat with Williams in 2018, will drive in the opening morning session, before handing the car over to Stroll in the ...

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The Russian, who is currently Renault's reserve driver, is expected to get one day of running at Yas Marina, while Kubica will complete the other day.Williams is mulling over who it will run alongside Lance Stroll next season, following Felipe Massa's retirement from F1.Motorsport.com understands Kubica is the frontrunner to get the seat, with next week's test aimed at generating the ...

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