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Eddie Irvine, F1 driver


10 November 1965 (58)
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4 (2.7%)
26 (17.7%)
0 (0%)
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191 (1.3 points per race avg)
157 (2.8%)
0 (0%)
62 (42.2%)
1993 Japanese Grand Prix
2002 Japanese Grand Prix
1999 Australian Grand Prix
1999 Malaysian Grand Prix

about Eddie Irvine

Edmund Irvine Jr. (born 10 November 1965) is a British former racing driver from Northern Ireland. He competed in Formula One between 1993 and 2002, and finished runner-up in the 1999 World Drivers' Championship, driving for Scuderia Ferrari.

He began his career at the age of seventeen when he entered the Formula Ford Championship, achieving early success, before progressing to the Formula Three and Formula 3000 Championships. He made his Formula One debut in 1993 with Jordan Grand Prix, where he achieved early notoriety for his involvement in incidents on and off the track. He scored his first podium in 1995 with Jordan, before moving to Ferrari in 1996. His most successful season was in 1999 when he took four victories and challenged McLaren driver Mika Häkkinen for the World Championship. He moved to Jaguar Racing in 2000, scoring the team's first podium in 2001 and his final podium in 2002. Irvine retired from competitive motorsport at the end of the 2002 season.

Since retiring, Irvine became a media personality in Great Britain. He was linked with the takeover of the Jordan and Minardi Formula One teams in 2005, but talks came to nothing. Irvine also expanded his interests in the property market, having built up an investment portfolio during his racing career.

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1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002,

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# event constructor
1 1999 Australian Grand Prix round 1 Ferrari
2 1999 Austrian Grand Prix round 9 Ferrari
3 1999 German Grand Prix round 10 Ferrari
4 1999 Malaysian Grand Prix round 15 Ferrari

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teams & teammates Eddie Irvine

season teammate
1993 Rubens Barrichello
Ivan Capelli
Thierry Boutsen
Marco Apicella
Emanuele Naspetti
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1994 Rubens Barrichello
Aguri Suzuki
Andrea de Cesaris
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1995 Rubens Barrichello
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1996 Michael Schumacher
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1997 Michael Schumacher
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1998 Michael Schumacher
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1999 Michael Schumacher
Mika Salo
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2000 Johnny Herbert
Luciano Burti
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2001 Luciano Burti
Pedro de la Rosa
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2002 Pedro de la Rosa
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When Ferrari, albeit reluctantly, put its weight behind Eddie Irvine in Formula 1's 1999 title hunt, it did so against all convention. Sure, it was a necessity after Michael Schumacher's leg-breaking shunt at the British Grand Prix, but for the first time in his F1 career Irvine was already in the hunt on merit.
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