Grand Prix Debut 2001 Australian GP
Grand Prix Starts* 89
Grand Prix Points* 287
Grand Prix Wins* 9
Pole Positions* 8
First Pole Position 2003 European Grand Prix
First Podium 2002 Australian GP – 3rd
Fastest Laps* 16
First Race Win 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
Number of Finishes* 56
Number of Podiums* 30
Number of Finishes in Points* 46
Number of Doubles*
(pole position & win)
3

Formula 1 History

2006 Team McLaren Mercedes Driver.
2005 Team McLaren Mercedes: 112 points; second in the Drivers’ Championship; winner in Spain, Monaco, Canada, Hungary, Turkey, Belgium and Japan; second in France, Brazil and China; third in Bahrain and Britain.
2004 Team McLaren Mercedes: 45 points; seventh in the Drivers’ Championship; winner in Belgium; second in Brazil and Britain; third in China.
2003 Team McLaren Mercedes: 91 points; second in the Drivers’ Championship; winner in Malaysia; second in Brazil, San Marino, Austria, Monaco, Hungary, USA and Japan; third in Australia and Britain.
2002 Team McLaren Mercedes: 24 points; sixth in the Drivers’ Championship; second in France; third in Australia, European Grand Prix at the Nürburgring and Japan.
2001 Sauber Petronas: Nine points; 10th in the Drivers’ Championship; fourth in Austria and Canada; fifth in Britain; sixth in Australia.

Racing History

2000 British Formula Renault 2000: Champion with Manor Motorsport; ten races; seven wins; ten podiums; six pole positions; seven fastest laps. European Formula Renault 2000 Series: competed in three rounds; two wins; two pole positions; two fastest laps. Formula One testing with Sauber Petronas.
1999 Finnish Championship: Class Formula A; second overall.World Championship: class Formula Super A; 10th. Formula Renault: Haywood Racing; third in first race. Formula Renault Winter Series: Manor Motorsport; four races; four wins. Formula Ford Zetec Euro Cup: fifth.
1998 Finnish Championship: class Formula A; Champion. Nordic Championship: Class Formula Intercontinental A; Champion. European Karting Grand Prix; winner. Super A; second overall. Monaco Cup: class Super A; third overall. World Championship: Formula Super A.
1997 Finnish Championship: Class Intercontinental A; Champion. Nordic Championship: Class Intercontinental A; fourth overall. Karting Grand Prix and World Championship races - invited to drive with Peter de Bruin Team.
1996 Karting Grand Prix (European Series); World Championship races and Nordic Championship races; Class Formula A, finished fourth overall.
1995 Formula A Karting: secured debut victory in race debut.
1988-94 National Karting, several wins.