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Spanish
29 March 1974 (50)
Bill Aston (29 March 1900)
Geoff Duke (29 March 1923)
Gary Brabham (29 March 1961)

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5th (2003 Italian Grand Prix)
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1999 Australian Grand Prix
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about Marc Gené

Marc Gené i Guerrero (born 29 March 1974) is a Spanish professional racing driver. He is best known as a tester for Williams and Ferrari in Formula One, Minardi Formula One driver and factory driver for Peugeot's Le Mans team, with which he won the 2009 24 Hours of Le Mans. His brother Jordi is also a racing driver, competing in the WTCC for SEAT.

He had 36 starts in Formula One, mostly through two seasons with the Minardi team, with which he scored a sixth-place finish at the attrition-filled 1999 European Grand Prix.

Starting from the 2010 season, Gené commented on Formula One races for Spanish television on Antena 3. In 2013 he became an expert analyst for Sky Sport F1 HD in Italy.


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seasons

1999, 2000, 2003, 2004,

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season teammate
1999 Luca Badoer
Stéphane Sarrazin
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2000 Gastón Mazzacane
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2003 Juan Pablo Montoya
Ralf Schumacher
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2004 Ralf Schumacher
Juan Pablo Montoya
Antônio Pizzonia
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After four podium-less seasons during which Haas scored just 52 points in total, team principal Guenther Steiner and technical director Simone Resta left the squad last winter.The former was replaced by ex-trackside engineering director Komatsu while the latter's position was taken over by Andrea de Zordo, who used to be the outfit's chief engineer.These decisions were made amid team founder and ...

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The return of ground-effect machinery in 2022, and the way that rear ride height is so critical to performance right now, means that teams are having to run cars very low and stiff.This means that conditions can get uncomfortable for drivers, and there have been regular complaints from a number of leading stars about the situation not being one that should be accepted for the long term.As the FIA ...

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In the first official comment from the American automotive giant since a statement rejecting the bid was issued by F1 on January 31, GM’s vice president of performance and motorsport Jim Campbell said the project was still proceeding “at pace”.Speaking at Daytona on Friday, Campbell also reaffirmed that the team had requested a meeting with F1 after an IT glitch meant that an invitation sent ...

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In the wake of a challenging 2023 season, where Haas finished bottom of the constructors' championship, it parted ways with its long-serving boss Guenther Steiner over the winter. His replacement Komatsu is currently undertaking a review of the Banbury-based team's operations to turn things around to get it further up the grid. And while Gene Haas's recent outspoken remarks about the performance ...

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The American has also opened up on his reasons for not renewing the contract of team principal Guenther Steiner, and for promoting Ayao Komatsu to the role rather than taking on an outsider.The team announced the shock changes on Wednesday, while also confirming that technical director Simone Resta had left.Ferrari supplies the team with not just a power unit and gearbox but also suspension and ...

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Via its Cadillac sub-brand, automotive conglomerate GM is already eyeing an F1 presence in the shorter term by partnering with the Andretti bid to form an 11th team.Andretti has gained FIA approval to enter but is now awaiting a decision from FOM, which faces extreme resistance from the 10 incumbent teams who fear losing a chunk of their commercial income and any destabilising effect a new entry ...

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The American manufacturer has announced a partnership with Andretti that it hopes can help it enter grand prix racing from 2025 at the earliest.However, despite the plans being given the green light on technical grounds by the FIA, Andretti's hopes of securing a spot in F1 are dependent on it agreeing commercial terms with FOM.Such an outcome hangs in the balance with grand prix racing chiefs ...

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The FIA has approved Andretti's new team bid meaning the American entry, working with General Motors firm Cadillac, must now seek approval from series rights holder FOM.However, there is resistance from the 10 incumbent teams who fear any destabilising effect that a new entry might have and oppose having to reduce their commercial income by 10%.Williams team principal Vowles has clarified that his ...

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Starting from sixth at Spa-Francorchamps, Verstappen took the lead from team-mate Sergio Perez on lap 17 and won the race at a canter, putting Perez 22 seconds behind, with Red Bull's nearest challenger Charles Leclerc 32 seconds in arrears.While Red Bull has demolished the competition in 2023, its RB19 winning all 12 races so far, Horner thinks Verstappen's dominance over Perez and the ease with ...

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Ex-McLaren F1 driver Michael Andretti has bolstered the chances of his team proposal being given the green light to enter the series in 2026 after gaining the support of GM sub-brand Cadillac.
But unlike fierce American automotive rival Ford, which has partnered with Red Bull Powertrains predominantly via a commercial relationship, GM covets a major technical presence in F1.
GM motorsport ...

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Last week, the magazine Die Aktuelle featured a story claiming to be Schumacher's first interview since his 2013 skiing accident.
The magazine's front cover featured a picture of a smiling Schumacher promising a "first interview". Inside it went on to present a story with mock quotes generated by AI technology, with the tagline "it sounded deceptively real".
The jarring piece upset the ...

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The new enforced concept called for a total rethink, given the upper section of endplate had been eradicated and a contoured transition was needed to join with the mainplane and upper flap.
The design constraints still allowed for numerous interpretations though, as teams sought to find a balance between the downforce they could generate, and the downside of drag ...

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Rao joined the FIA in June as its interim secretary general for motorsport, replacing Peter Bayer following his exit from the governing body.
Rao previously worked at the FIA as its legal director between 2016 and 2018 before joining Mercedes, serving as general counsel and later as a special advisor to team principal Toto Wolff.
Her return to the FIA sparked concern among some rivals, with ...

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Eau Rouge is a classic example of a corner that can only be appreciated up close ? especially when you are stood at the bottom and looking up and above at the towering Raidillon peak.
But there are some circuits that, while looking good from trackside, can only be properly appreciated from where they are designed to be viewed best from: the cockpit.
The Miami F1 circuit is one of those ? ...

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Officially, it all started 44 years ago - but that's not true at all. Within just two years of its founding, Williams Grand Prix Engineering was the shiny, new irresistible (down)force of Formula 1, but its rise begs the old question: 'how many nights does it take to be an overnight sensation?'
Eight long years of turmoil, tragedy, of missed and wasted opportunity, of false starts and ...

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The Spaniard is adamant that contemporary F1 machinery is a step above anything the sport has had before ? with cars faster and more powerful than ever.
But Sainz believes there is a disconnect between how spectacular F1 cars feel to drive and how they look on television.
He reckons that footage of cars from the 1990s, which were several seconds slower, looks faster than machinery from now ...

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