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Gerhard Berger, F1 driver


27 August 1959 (64)
Charles Pozzi (27 August 1909)
Tom Belsø (27 August 1942)
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Sergey Sirotkin (27 August 1995)

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10 (4.8%)
48 (22.9%)
12 (5.7%)
0 (0%)
385 (1.8 points per race avg)
72 (4.6%)
0 (0%)
86 (41%)
1984 Austrian Grand Prix
1997 European Grand Prix
1986 Mexican Grand Prix
1997 German Grand Prix

about Gerhard Berger

Gerhard Berger (born 27 August 1959) is an Austrian former Formula One racing driver. He competed in Formula One for 14 seasons, twice finishing 3rd overall in the championship (1988 and 1994), both times driving for Ferrari. He won ten Grands Prix, achieved 48 podiums, 12 poles and 21 fastest laps. With 210 starts he is amongst the most experienced Formula One drivers of all time. He led 33 of the 210 races he competed in and retired from 95 of them. His first and last victories were also the first and last victories for the Benetton team, with eleven years separating them. He was also a race winner with Ferrari and with McLaren. When at McLaren, Berger drove alongside Ayrton Senna, contributing to the team's 1990 and 1991 constructors titles.

Between 2006 and 2008 Berger owned 50% of the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula One team. In 2008 Red Bull became the 100% owner of Toro Rosso having bought back the 50% stake it sold to Gerhard Berger two years before.

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1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997,

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teams & teammates Gerhard Berger

season teammate
1984 Manfred Winkelhock
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1985 Thierry Boutsen
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1986 Teo Fabi
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1987 Michele Alboreto
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1988 Michele Alboreto
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1989 Nigel Mansell
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1990 Ayrton Senna
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1991 Ayrton Senna
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1992 Ayrton Senna
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1993 Jean Alesi
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1994 Jean Alesi
Nicola Larini
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1995 Jean Alesi
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1996 Jean Alesi
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1997 Jean Alesi
Alexander Wurz
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