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Stefan Johansson


8 September 1956 (64)
Aguri Suzuki (8 September 1960)
Vitaly Petrov (8 September 1984)


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12 (11.7%)
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2nd (1985 German Grand Prix)
88 (0.9 points per race avg)
59 (57.3%)
1980 Argentine Grand Prix
1991 British Grand Prix

about Stefan Johansson

Stefan Nils Edwin Johansson (born 8 September 1956) is a Swedish racing driver who drove in Formula One for both Ferrari and McLaren, among other teams. Since leaving Formula One he has won the 1997 24 Hours of Le Mans and raced in a number of categories, including CART, various kinds of Sports car racing, and Grand Prix Masters. He is also the manager of New Zealander Scott Dixon, winner of the 2008 Indianapolis 500, and fellow Swede Felix Rosenqvist, winner of the 2015 European Formula 3 Championship.

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1980, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991,

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season teammate
1980 Dave Kennedy
Geoff Lees
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1984 Martin Brundle
Stefan Bellof
Mike Thackwell
Ayrton Senna
Johnny Cecotto
Pierluigi Martini
Tyrrell compare 1984
1985 Martin Brundle
Stefan Bellof
Ivan Capelli
Philippe Streiff
Michele Alboreto
René Arnoux
Tyrrell compare 1985
1986 Michele Alboreto
Ferrari compare 1986
1987 Alain Prost
McLaren compare 1987
1988 René Arnoux
Ligier compare 1988
1989 Bertrand Gachot
Jyrki Järvilehto
Onyx compare 1989
1990 Jyrki Järvilehto
Gregor Foitek
Onyx compare 1990
1991 Gabriele Tarquini
Fabrizio Barbazza
Olivier Grouillard
Michele Alboreto
Alex Caffi
AGS compare 1991


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