Pascal Wehrlein

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Pascal Wehrlein
Pascal Wehrlein crop.png
Wehrlein in 2019
Born (1994-10-18) 18 October 1994 (age 25)
Sigmaringen, Germany
Formula One World Championship career
Nationality Flag of Germany.svg German
Active years 20162017
Teams Manor, Sauber
Car number94
Entries40 (39 starts)
Championships 0
Wins 0
Podiums0
Career points6
Pole positions 0
Fastest laps 0
First entry 2016 Australian Grand Prix
Last entry 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Formula E career
Debut season 2018–19
Current team TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team
Car number94
Former teams Mahindra Racing
Starts17
Championships0
Wins0
Podiums1
Poles1
Fastest laps3
Best finish12th in 2018–19
DTM
Years active 20132015, 2018
Former teams HWA Team
Mücke Motorsport
Starts58
Championships1 (2015)
Wins3
Podiums7
Poles1
Fastest laps2
Previous series
201213
2012
201011
F3 European Championship
Formula 3 Euro Series
ADAC Formel Masters
Championship titles
2015
2011
DTM
ADAC Formel Masters

Pascal Wehrlein (born 18 October 1994) is a German-Mauritian Formula E racing driver for the German team TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team and development driver for Scuderia Ferrari who previously raced in Formula One for both the Sauber and the MRT teams. Holding dual nationality of Germany and Mauritius, he raced under the German flag in Formula One. [1] He had previously raced in the DTM, winning the title with the Mercedes-Benz team HWA AG in 2015. In 2014 Wehrlein became the youngest driver to win a DTM race at the age of 19 and the youngest to win the title in 2015 at the age of 20.

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In February 2016 he began driving full-time for Manor, scoring his first championship point at the Austrian Grand Prix. During the season, he regularly out-qualified his lesser rated team mate Rio Haryanto, until Haryanto was replaced mid-season by Esteban Ocon.

Manor folded in early 2017 and Wehrlein moved to Sauber. However, before the season began, he was involved in an accident at the Race of Champions that left him unable to compete in the first two races of the season. Despite this, he scored Sauber's only points that year. He was replaced for the 2018 season by Charles Leclerc.

Wehrlein most recently raced in Formula E with the Indian Mahindra team, alongside Jérôme d'Ambrosio and left the team midway through the 2019-2020 championship season. He will drive for TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team for the 2020-21 season.

Early life

Wehrlein was born in Sigmaringen to a German father and Mauritian mother. His father Richard Wehrlein, who entered German boxing championships, owns a CNC machining company in Ostrach. [2] [3]

Career

Karting

Wehrlein began karting in 2003 and raced only in his native Germany in his early career. He worked his way up from the junior ranks to progress through to the KF2 category by 2009, when he finished on fifth position in ADAC Kart Masters. [4] [5]

ADAC Formel Masters

2010 saw his debut in the ADAC Formel Masters championship with ADAC Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. (also known as Mücke Motorsport). Wehrlein finished sixth in the championship with a win at Sachsenring and three other podiums. [6] [7] He remained in the series with the team for the next year. Wehrlein scored seven wins at Oschersleben, Sachsenring, Zolder, Nürburgring and Lausitz on his way to the championship title. [8]

Formula 3 Euro Series

In 2012, Wehrlein stepped up to the Formula 3 Euro Series, continuing with Mücke Motorsport. [9] He finished 2nd in the championship to Daniel Juncadella.

DTM (2013–2015)

Wehrlein competing in the 2014 DTM season. 2014 DTM HockenheimringII Pascal Wehrlein by 2eight 8SC4654.jpg
Wehrlein competing in the 2014 DTM season.

Wehrlein made his debut in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) in 2013 at the age of 18. In a career spanning three seasons Wehrlein managed to be one of the leading drivers in the field despite his youthful age.

In his debut season he achieved 3 points finishing 22nd in the championship. He also achieved his first of two fastest laps in his career.

In 2014 he switched teams to HWA where he became the youngest driver in the series history to claim pole position and win a race on route to 8th in the championship with 46 points collected. Besides his stand out victory at Lausitz, Wehrlein's second best result of the season was a fifth-place finish at Norisring.

In 2015 DTM returned to running two races per race weekend, resulting in 18 rounds in the 2015 championship. Due to the inconsistency of most teams and drivers Wehrlein won the title easily having scored in all rounds except for three. He achieved 5 podiums, one fastest lap and two wins. He is the first driver to win the championship having not claimed a pole position throughout his championship season while also being the youngest ever DTM champion.

Formula One

Wehrlein testing for Force India during the 2015 pre-season Pascal Wehrlein-Force India 2015 (2).JPG
Wehrlein testing for Force India during the 2015 pre-season

In September 2014, it was announced that Wehrlein would act as a reserve driver for the Mercedes F1 Team. [10] He took part in preseason testing in Barcelona, driving for both Force India and Mercedes.

Manor (2016)

Wehrlein driving for Manor at the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix Pascal Wehrlein 2016 Malaysia FP2 1.jpg
Wehrlein driving for Manor at the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix

On 10 February 2016, it was announced that Wehrlein would make his F1 debut with Manor Racing. It is understood that Manor would receive access to Mercedes's wind tunnel in exchange for hiring Wehrlein. [11] He picked number 94, in reference to his birth year. Wehrlein scored his and Manor's only point of the season at the Austrian Grand Prix with a tenth-place finish. [12]

Sauber (2017)

Wehrlein driving for Sauber at the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix Pascal Wehrlein 2017 Malaysia FP2 2.jpg
Wehrlein driving for Sauber at the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix

On 16 January 2017, Wehrlein signed with Sauber. [13] He was forced to miss the first test in Barcelona due to an injury he sustained while competing in the Race of Champions. [14] He was replaced by Antonio Giovinazzi before returning for the second test at the same circuit. [15] Despite being fit to take part in the Australian Grand Prix, he later withdrew after participating in the first two practice sessions, with Giovinazzi replacing him for the rest of the race weekend. [16] On 3 April 2017, Sauber F1 announced Wehrlein would again be replaced by Giovinazzi for the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix. [17] He proceeded with entry into the following Bahrain Grand Prix, qualifying 13th and finishing the race in 11th. [18] He finished eighth in the Spanish Grand Prix after running a one-stop strategy. He did not lose a single one of the places he gained, although a five-second penalty for a pit entry violation cost him seventh to Carlos Sainz Jr. [19] His race at the Monaco Grand Prix ended when, on the 57th lap, Jenson Button tried to lunge down the inside at Portier but succeeded in flipping the Sauber onto its side against the barriers, necessitating another scan of his back. [20] He scored his second points finish of the season in the chaotic Azerbaijan Grand Prix after fighting hard with his teammate Marcus Ericsson for 10th position. This took his points tally to 5 points. Despite having beaten Ericsson in both qualifying and the majority of races, plus being the only driver who scored points for Sauber that season, on 2 December 2017, Sauber announced that Wehrlein would not be renewed for the 2018 season and that he would be replaced by Charles Leclerc. [21]

Ferrari test driver (2019–present)

On 8 January 2019 Wehrlein was announced as the development driver for Ferrari. [22]

Return to DTM (2018)

On 7 February 2018, it was announced that Wehrlein will return to the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters with Mercedes-AMG's HWA Team after losing his Formula One seat. [23] Pascal exited Mercedes-AMG after the 2018 season.

Formula E (2019–20)

Wehrlein moved to Formula E for the 2018–19 season, driving for Mahindra Racing. [24] He did not contest the opening round of the season in Diriyah, with Felix Rosenqvist replacing him, instead making his debut at the Marrakesh ePrix. Wehrlein earned his first pole position in just his third race in the series at the Mexico City ePrix. [25] In the race he crossed the finish line in second, 0.210s behind Lucas di Grassi after being overtaken in the last corner, but was given a 5-second time penalty for cutting a corner earlier in the race which relegated him to sixth position. [26] He set the fastest qualifying time in the qualifying session for the Paris ePrix, but he and teammate d'Ambrosio had their times disallowed for underweight cars, promoting Oliver Rowland to pole position. On 8 June 2020, Wehrlein announced his departure from the Mahindra team in a post on Instagram. [27]

Formula E (2020–21)

Wehrlein was signed up to drive for the Porsche Formula E team for the 2020-21 Formula E World Championship. Wehrlein replaced Neel Jani and will partner with Andre Lotterer. [28]

Racing record

Career summary

SeasonSeriesTeamRacesWinsPolesF/LapsPodiumsPointsPosition
2010 ADAC Formel Masters ADAC Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. 2011141476th
2011 ADAC Formel Masters ADAC Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. 24874133311st
2012 Formula 3 Euro Series Mücke Motorsport 24111112262nd
FIA Formula 3 European Championship 2011161794th
Masters of Formula 3 10000N/A5th
Macau Grand Prix 10000N/A4th
2013 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters Mücke Motorsport 100010322nd
FIA Formula 3 European Championship 312234914th
2014 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters HWA Team 101101468th
Formula One Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Test driver
2015 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters HWA AG 1820151691st
Formula One Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Test driver
Sahara Force India F1 Team
2016 Formula One Manor Racing MRT 210000119th
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Test driver
2017 Formula One Sauber F1 Team 190000518th
2018 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters Mercedes-AMG Motorsport Petronas 2000011088th
Formula One Mercedes- AMG Petronas Motorsport Test driver
2018–19 Formula E Mahindra Racing 1201215812th
2019 Formula One Scuderia Ferrari Test driver
2019–20 Formula E Mahindra Racing 500101418th
2020 Formula One Scuderia Ferrari Test driver

Complete Formula 3 Euro Series results

(key)

YearEntrantChassisEngine123456789101112131415161718192021222324DCPoints
2012 Mücke Motorsport Dallara F312/023 Mercedes HOC
1

Ret
HOC
2

9
HOC
3

8
BRH
1

5
BRH
2

3
BRH
3

5
RBR
1

2
RBR
2

6
RBR
3

4
NOR
1

7
NOR
2

3
NOR
3

Ret
NÜR
1

3
NÜR
2

4
NÜR
3

1
ZAN
1

7
ZAN
2

3
ZAN
3

3
VAL
1

5
VAL
2

3
VAL
3

4
HOC
1

2
HOC
2

8
HOC
3

2
2nd226

Complete FIA Formula 3 European Championship results

(key)

YearEntrantEngine123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930DCPoints
2012 Mücke Motorsport Mercedes HOC
1

Ret
HOC
2

8
PAU
1

Ret
PAU
2

9
BRH
1

5
BRH
2

5
RBR
1

2
RBR
2

4
NOR
1

7
NOR
2

Ret
SPA
1

14
SPA
2

12
NÜR
1

3
NÜR
2

1
ZAN
1

7
ZAN
2

3
VAL
1

5
VAL
2

4
HOC
1

2
HOC
2

2
4th179
2013 Mücke Motorsport Mercedes MNZ
1

3
MNZ
2

1
MNZ
3

2
SIL
1
SIL
2
SIL
3
HOC
1
HOC
2
HOC
3
BRH
1
BRH
2
BRH
3
RBR
1
RBR
2
RBR
3
NOR
1
NOR
2
NOR
3
NÜR
1
NÜR
2
NÜR
3
ZAN
1
ZAN
2
ZAN
3
VAL
1
VAL
2
VAL
3
HOC
1
HOC
2
HOC
3
14th49

Complete Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearTeamCar1234567891011121314151617181920PosPoints
2013 Mücke Motorsport DTM AMG Mercedes C-Coupé HOC
11
BRH
10
SPL
10
LAU
17
NOR
20†
MSC
11
NÜR
10
OSC
11
ZAN
12
HOC
17
22nd3
2014 HWA Team DTM AMG Mercedes C-Coupé HOC
11
OSC
Ret
HUN
14
NOR
5
MSC
8
SPL
Ret
NÜR
10
LAU
1
ZAN
7
HOC
20†
8th46
2015 HWA AG DTM AMG Mercedes C-Coupé HOC
1

2
HOC
2

8
LAU
1

5
LAU
2

13
NOR
1

1
NOR
2

5
ZAN
1

10
ZAN
2

6
SPL
1

2
SPL
2

21†
MSC
1

1
MSC
2

10
OSC
1

5
OSC
2

5
NÜR
1

3
NÜR
2

5
HOC
1

8
HOC
2

20
1st169
2018 Mercedes-AMG Motorsport Petronas Mercedes-AMG C63 DTM HOC
1

5
HOC
2

6
LAU
1

8
LAU
2

3
HUN
1

13
HUN
2

12
NOR
1

13
NOR
2

9
ZAN
1

4
ZAN
2

6
BRH
1

7
BRH
2

4
MIS
1

6
MIS
2

12
NÜR
1

7
NÜR
2

9
SPL
1

13
SPL
2

6
HOC
1

11
HOC
2

DSQ
8th108

Driver did not finish, but completed 75% of the race distance.

Complete Formula One results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearEntrantChassisEngine123456789101112131415161718192021WDC Points
2016 Manor Racing MRT Manor MRT05 Mercedes PU106C Hybrid 1.6 V6 t AUS
16
BHR
13
CHN
18
RUS
18
ESP
16
MON
14
CAN
17
EUR
Ret
AUT
10
GBR
Ret
HUN
19
GER
17
BEL
Ret
ITA
Ret
SIN
16
MAL
15
JPN
22
USA
17
MEX
Ret
BRA
15
ABU
14
19th1
2017 Sauber F1 Team Sauber C36 Ferrari 061 1.6 V6 t AUS
WD
CHN BHR
11
RUS
16
ESP
8
MON
Ret
CAN
15
AZE
10
AUT
14
GBR
17
HUN
15
BEL
Ret
ITA
16
SIN
12
MAL
17
JPN
15
USA
Ret
MEX
14
BRA
14
ABU
14
18th5

Complete Formula E results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearTeamChassisPowertrain12345678910111213PosPoints
2018–19 Mahindra Racing Spark SRT05e Mahindra M5Electro ADR MRK
Ret
SCL
2
MEX
6
HKG
Ret
SYX
7
RME
10
PAR
10
MCO
4
BER
10
BRN
Ret
NYC
7
NYC
12
12th58
2019–20 Mahindra Racing Spark SRT05e Mahindra M6Electro DIR
11
DIR
15
SCL
4
MEX
9
MRK
22
BER BER BER BER BER BER 18th14

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Richie Stanaway
ADAC Formel Masters
Champion

2011
Succeeded by
Marvin Kirchhöfer
Preceded by
Marco Wittmann
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
Champion

2015
Succeeded by
Marco Wittmann
Awards
Preceded by
Max Verstappen
Autosport Awards
Rookie of the Year

2016
Succeeded by
Charles Leclerc