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Markus Winkelhock, F1 driver


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about Markus Winkelhock

Markus Winkelhock (born 13 June 1980) is a German professional racing driver, who has taken part in one Formula One Grand Prix, which he briefly led. He is the son of Manfred Winkelhock and nephew of Joachim Winkelhock, both of whom were Formula One drivers in the 1980s. Having switched to sports and touring car racing, he has also won the FIA GT1 World Championship in 2012 with team-mate Marc Basseng.

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2007 Adrian Sutil
Christijan Albers
Sakon Yamamoto
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Celebrating his 40th?birthday today, Wilkelhock is a?very successful GT driver these days, but in F1 circles he?s known?as the man who led six laps after a one-off deal to race for Spyker at the 2007 European Grand Prix.
He qualified his Spyker-Ferrari last, and started the race from the pitlane after electing to switch to wets at the end of the formation lap as it appeared rain was about ...

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