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Belgian
26 March 1992 (26)
Renato Pirocchi (26 March 1933)
Lella Lombardi (26 March 1941)
Didier Pironi (26 March 1952)
Elio de Angelis (26 March 1958)
Martin Donnelly (26 March 1964)

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7th
7th (2017 Malaysian Grand Prix)
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26 (0.6 points per race avg)
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8 (19.5%)
2016 Bahrain Grand Prix
2018 Brazilian Grand Prix

about Stoffel Vandoorne

Stoffel Vandoorne (born 26 March 1992) is a professional racing driver from Belgium, currently competing in Formula One. Vandoorne is contracted to a full-time 2017 McLaren race seat, replacing the outgoing Jenson Button.. Vandoorne is currently residing in both Monte-Carlo (Monaco) and Roeselare (Belgium).


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seasons

2016, 2017, 2018,

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wins

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2016 Fernando Alonso
Jenson Button
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2017 Fernando Alonso
Jenson Button
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2018 Fernando Alonso
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The pair were also given five-second time penalties. Alonso's was awarded during the race, and demoted him from 16th to 17th. Vandoorne's penalty was only decided after a post-race hearing in which an incident where he blocked eighth-place finisher Romain Grosjean's Haas while battling with Lance Stroll was discussed. The penalty will drop Vandoorne from 14th to 15th, elevating Esteban ...

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The Belgian has endured some torrid times in recent months and is switching to Formula E after finding himself without a drive at the end of this season. Read Also: Mexican Grand Prix driver ratings But a strong performance in Mexico, where he was able to do a 57-lap stint on supersofts without mistakes, helped deliver his first points since the Azerbaijan Grand ...

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Vandoorne will leave the McLaren team after two years, with the Woking-based outfit opting for an all-new line-up of Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris. Faced with a likely F1 exit, after admitting in Singapore that his hopes of a 2019 seat were "very slim", the Belgian has been exploring opportunities outside the grand prix racing paddock. And when asked by Motorsport.com ahead of the Russian ... ...

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Vandoorne has a sparkling junior single-seater CV, having won the Formula Renault Eurocup in 2012, then finished second in Formula Renault 3.5 and GP2 in 2013 and '14 respectively. He won the 2015 GP2 title before a spell in Super Formula the following year, and began his first full Formula 1 season with McLaren in 2017. But two lacklustre seasons where Vandoorne has struggled to impress as ... ...

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Like Vandoorne, Magnussen is a product of McLaren’s young driver programme. He was let go at the end of 2015, after just one complete season as part of its F1 line-up. Magnussen rebuilt his career by moving first to Renault, then to Haas, where he has thrived in a less pressured and politically charged atmosphere. “I feel a lot of support still from people high up in the Formula 1 ... ...

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The Belgian is battling to save his F1 career after McLaren elected to not keep him on for 2019, but there appear to be very few options left on the grid. Despite the situation he finds himself in, and another difficult qualifying session in Singapore where he ended up 18th, Vandoorne said that he was far from downbeat about things. "I'm really trying to enjoy the last races with McLaren," ... ...

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McLaren announced Lando Norris will take Vandoorne’s place at the team alongside new signing Carlos Sainz next year the day after the Italian Grand Prix. Vandoorne is still chasing an F1 race drive, but is also looking at alternatives given the diminishing number of seats available for 2019  McLaren team boss Zak Brown has suggested Toro Rosso should sign Vandoorne, while the Belgian has ... ...

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Vandoorne will lose his McLaren seat in 2019 to rookie Lando Norris, on the heels of two seasons in which the Belgian has struggled to match the performances of his two-time world champion teammate Fernando Alonso. His struggles have been in sharp contrast to his glowing junior single-seater CV and his impressive F1 debut as stand-in for Alonso in Bahrain two years ago. Speaking to media ... ...

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Following the announcement that the Belgian will make way for Lando Norris in the McLaren line-up next year, Vandoorne is a free agent – but his options of staying in grand prix racing appear limited. Brown believes Vandoorne would be a natural fit at Toro Rosso, which will lose its top performer Pierre Gasly to the main Red Bull team and is not committed to retaining Brendon Hartley. The ... ...

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The Formula 2 front runner has impressed the team with his recent runs in free practice sessions and has won the battle to become Carlos Sainz’s teammate. The announcement about his plans comes shortly after McLaren revealed that it is not retaining Stoffel Vandoorne for 2019. Norris has been part of the McLaren young driver programme since 2017, having won a host of junior categories in ... ...

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Vandoorne has endured a difficult second season paired alongside Fernando Alonso, and McLaren has now decided to part ways with the Belgian after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. “We’re immensely thankful for Stoffel’s dedication, hard work and commitment during his time at McLaren,” said McLaren CEO Zak Brown. “He’s a talented racing driver with an incredible list of accolades in his ... ...

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The Belgian is fighting to keep his place at the Woking-based team alongside new recruit Carlos Sainz, but Sauber was viewed as an obvious potential alternative should he lose his McLaren drive. Vandoorne won the GP2 title for the Vasseur-founded ART team in 2015 and, along with Robert Kubica, is managed by Alessandro Alunni Bravi, who is also a director of the company that is behind the Swiss ... ...

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Vandoorne was last of the 15 finishers at Spa, having qualified slowest as both he and teammate Fernando Alonso lacked pace from the opening practice session. McLaren’s slump means it has scored points in three of the last eight races, which has dropped it away from the Renault/Haas fight for fourth in constructors’ championship and closer to Toro Rosso and the Honda engine McLaren ditched ... ...

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Vandoorne came across Bottas at the top of the hill after Eau Rouge, and opted to pass on the left just as the Mercedes driver moved in that direction. The Belgian put all four wheels on the grass before spinning over to the right, where he just clipped the barrier. Bottas had just been passed by Vandoorne's teammate Fernando Alonso, and the two McLaren drivers were practising slipstreaming ... ...

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With McLaren assessing its options for Carlos Sainz's teammate after Fernando Alonso's exit next year, its reserve driver Norris made his grand prix weekend debut in Friday morning practice in Belgium. That put him out on track at the same time as under-pressure McLaren incumbent Vandoorne, as Norris was given Alonso's car. Vandoorne was last in the session, two places and 0.086 seconds ... ...

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Vandoorne is fighting to remain at McLaren in 2019 as it evaluates its reserve driver Lando Norris to partner the already-confirmed Carlos Sainz in the team, with Fernando Alonso leaving F1. Mercedes junior Esteban Ocon has also been linked to the second McLaren seat, with rumour in the Belgian Grand Prix paddock suggesting a driver merry-go-round could be triggered as early as next week’s ... ...

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Vandoorne scored a point when he made his F1 debut with McLaren as a stand-in for Alonso in the 2016 Bahrain Grand Prix, then stepped up to a full-time drive in 2017 in place of Jenson Button. However, the GP2 champion and Formula Renault 3.5 runner-up has struggled to make an impact in F1 since, and has eight points in his sophomore campaign compared to Alonso’s 44. “I wouldn't say ... ...

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Vandoorne has endured a difficult second season in F1 so far, scoring just eight points to teammate Fernando Alonso’s 44 and failing to escape Q1 at every race since June’s Canadian GP. Silverstone and Hockenheim were particularly bad, as Vandoorne qualified slowest of all at the latter venue and said he was struggling to match Alonso even in a single corner. Alonso backed his teammate ... ...

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Vandoorne has endured a difficult second season in F1 so far, scoring just eight points to teammate Fernando Alonso’s 44 and failing to escape Q1 at every race since June’s Canadian GP.Silverstone and Hockenheim were particularly bad, as Vandoorne qualified slowest of all at the latter venue and said he was struggling to match Alonso even in a single corner.Alonso backed his teammate ...

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Vandoorne struggled badly in the Silverstone and Hockenheim events, lapping substantially slower than Fernando Alonso and placing near the bottom or dead last in every representative session.Alonso backed his teammate last weekend at the German GP, confirming there was "less downforce" on the sister MCL33 – and after a raft of changes at Hockenheim failed to pay off, McLaren has now ...

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Vandoorne was the slowest qualifier at Hockenheim for this weekend’s German Grand Prix, following on form a a forgettable race last time out at Silverstone.While McLaren believes the data shows Vandoorne’s car is suffering from a loss of performance compared to Alonso’s, it has yet to find the specific cause of the problems.Alonso joked that Vandoorne will “always be a little bit ...

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Vandoorne, who is yet to outqualify Alonso in 2018, has been well off his teammate's pace in the past two grand prix weekends.The Belgian said his MCL33 was "undriveable" at Silverstone and endured his "worst Friday" at Hockenheim, before finishing dead last in the first segment of German Grand Prix qualifying.Alonso, who will line up 11th on the grid at Hockenheim, has now backed ...

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Following a very difficult weekend in Britain two weeks ago, Vandoorne continued to struggle with his car at Hockenheim.He was slowest in both the morning and afternoon sessions, over half a second behind teammate Fernando Alonso.Vandoorne admitted he was at a loss to explain why he could not get the car to work as he wants."The worst Friday of my career," said Vandoorne ...

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Vandoorne is yet to outqualify Alonso in 10 attempts this year, and in Q1 at Silverstone the gap between the pair was the biggest it's been all year.The Belgian was nine tenths slower than his teammate in the first segment, and had to do with 17th on the grid.Alonso, who wound up 13th, reckoned his qualifying performance was "without a doubt" his best in 2018.“Today was reall ...

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The Toro Rosso and McLaren drivers made contact at the apex of Turn 3 on the opening lap, resulting in damage for both cars.Gasly lost part of his car's floor and his suspension was bent, which meant he nearly "went out 20 times" during the race.Despite the damage, Gasly finished in 11th position, but admitted it had been a very tough day."Honestly for me it was one of the toughest ...

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