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Stoffel Vandoorne

Stoffel Vandoorne, F1 driver


26 March 1992 (30)
Renato Pirocchi (26 March 1933)
Lella Lombardi (26 March 1941)
Didier Pironi (26 March 1952)
Elio de Angelis (26 March 1958)
Martin Donnelly (26 March 1964)

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7th (2017 Malaysian Grand Prix)
26 (0.6 points per race avg)
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2016 Bahrain Grand Prix
2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Stoffel Vandoorne

Stoffel Vandoorne (born 26 March 1992) is a professional racing driver from Belgium, currently competing in Formula One. Vandoorne is contracted to a full-time 2017 McLaren race seat, replacing the outgoing Jenson Button.. Vandoorne is currently residing in both Monte-Carlo (Monaco) and Roeselare (Belgium).

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2016 Jenson Button
Fernando Alonso
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2017 Fernando Alonso
Jenson Button
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2018 Fernando Alonso
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The Belgian, who drove for McLaren between 2016 and 2018 and has most recently acted as a reserve for Mercedes, will undertake a ramped-up F1 programme alongside his FE commitments for DS Penske.
He will share responsibilities at Aston Martin with F2 champion Felipe Drugovich, who was recently signed as a test and reserve driver, throughout the intense 24-race schedule.
Vandoorne's move to ...

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2019 FIA Formula 2 champion de Vries linked up with Mercedes following his championship victory, signing with its squad in Formula E ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
The Dutchman scored his maiden Formula E victory in the 2020-21 season-opening Diriyah E-Prix last weekend, dominating from lights-to-flag in the Friday race.
Mercedes previously had ex-McLaren F1 driver Vandoorne and former Haas ...

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Vandoorne and de Vries both race for Mercedes? factory Formula E team, but will get the opportunity to sample its F1 car next week.
F1 will stage a one-day test at the Yas Marina Circuit on Tuesday, having abandoned plans to limit the running to young drivers who have made two or less grand prix appearances.
It has paved the way for Vandoorne to make his official F1 testing return, having ...

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The Belgian is the official Mercedes reserve driver and would have been an obvious choice to be slotted in after Hamilton was forced out due to coronavirus.
Vandoorne was always due to be in Bahrain as part of his regular reserve duties, and he travelled there from Formula E testing unsure exactly of whether or not he would get the chance to race.
However, Mercedes opted to go for a ...

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Mercedes announced on Tuesday morning that Lewis Hamilton would miss this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix after testing positive for COVID-19.
Hamilton reported mild symptoms on Monday before testing positive, and will now self-isolate in Bahrain for the next 10 days.
Mercedes said it would announce a replacement for the seven-time world champion "in due course", but no news is expected to be ...

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Vandoorne moved to Mercedes at the end of a two-year F1 race stint with McLaren to head up the German manufacturer's new Formula E outfit. 
The Belgian took his maiden pole and win in last week's Berlin season finale and secured second place in the championship, and will now switch focus to his role as Mercedes? F1 simulator and reserve driver.
As it stands, Vandoorne will be on ...

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McLaren doesn't have a formally-appointed reserve within its team to support full-time drivers Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz, instead holding an agreement to share Mercedes? back-ups if required.
But the team was forced to call on ex-Force India driver and current Sky Sports TV pundit Paul di Resta to be its standby driver for last weekend?s 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
This is because ...

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Vandoorne, who drives for the German manufacturer's factory team in FE, has been out of F1 since losing his McLaren drive to Lando Norris at the end of 2018.
He slots into Mercedes' F1 structure alongside fellow former grand prix full-timer Esteban Gutierrez, with the manufacturer confirming the two will "share reserve driver duties on race weekends".
Mercedes had Esteban Ocon as its ...

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