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Juan Pablo Montoya, F1 driver


20 September 1975 (48)
Horace Gould (20 September 1918)

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30 (31.6%)
13 (13.7%)
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307 (3.2 points per race avg)
605 (12.3%)
1 (1.1%)
33 (34.7%)
2001 Australian Grand Prix
2006 United States Grand Prix
2001 Italian Grand Prix
2005 Brazilian Grand Prix

about Juan Pablo Montoya

Juan Pablo Montoya Roldán (Spanish pronunciation: [?xwan ?pa?lo mon?to?a]; born September 20, 1975) is a Colombian racing driver. He currently competes in the Verizon IndyCar Series driving for Team Penske.

The highlights of his career include winning the International F3000 championship in 1998, and the CART FedEx Championship Series in 1999, as well as victories in some of the most prestigious races in the world, including the Indianapolis 500 (2000, 2015), Grand Prix of Monaco (2003), 24 Hours of Daytona (2007, 2008, 2013), British Grand Prix (2005), Italian Grand Prix (2001, 2005), Grand Prix of Long Beach (1999), and the Race of Champions (2017). In motorsport racing he has set an unmatched efficacy as a rookie driver by winning at the first attempt the premier North American open-wheel CART Championship title, Indianapolis 500, 24 Hours of Daytona, Grand Prix of Long Beach, Italian Grand Prix, and the cross over Race of Champions. Montoya is one of two drivers to have won the CART title in his rookie year, the first being Formula One World Champion Nigel Mansell in 1993. He is the only active driver who has won two legs of the Triple Crown of Motorsport in its original definition.

Montoya has also become a crossover race winner by winning races (starting in each case in his rookie year) in Formula One, CART, IRL, IndyCar, Grand-Am and NASCAR equaling in that respect Mario Andretti's caliber of success (except for the F1 World Championship); and shares honors as well with Dan Gurney in being a race winner in IndyCar, F1 and NASCAR.

In October 2009, Montoya was ranked 30th on Times Online's list of the Top 50 Formula One drivers of all time.

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teams & teammates Juan Pablo Montoya

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2001 Ralf Schumacher
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2002 Ralf Schumacher
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2003 Ralf Schumacher
Marc Gené
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2004 Ralf Schumacher
Marc Gené
Antônio Pizzonia
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2005 Kimi Räikkönen
Pedro de la Rosa
Alexander Wurz
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2006 Kimi Räikkönen
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Montoya is never one to mince his words, so it was no surprise that when he visited our Miami offices ahead of the season opener he gave his honest (but also expert) opinion about the new season! 
A former F1 driver himself, with seven victories to his name for sport?s heavyweights BMW Williams and McLaren, JPM predicts a multi-team battle at the front in 2022, as Ferrari aims to take on ...

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His son Sebastian is now on the racing ladder in the Italian and German F4 series. Juan Pablo spends a lot of his time today thinking about the education of young drivers and how the sport needs to adapt to attract younger fans. He also believes that esports plays a vital role in the future of the sport and in bringing the racing community closer.
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