Roberto Moreno

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Roberto Moreno
Roberto Bud suite 97.tif
Moreno in 1997
Born (1959-02-11) 11 February 1959 (age 60)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Formula One World Championship career
Nationality Flag of Brazil.svg Brazilian
Active years 1982, 1987, 19891992, 1995
Teams Lotus, AGS, Coloni, EuroBrun, Benetton, Jordan, Minardi, Andrea Moda and Forti
Entries77 (42 starts)
Championships 0
Wins 0
Podiums1
Career points15
Pole positions 0
Fastest laps 1
First entry 1982 Dutch Grand Prix
Last entry 1995 Australian Grand Prix
Roberto Moreno
CART & Champ Car World Series
Years active1985–1986, 1996–2001, 2003, 2007
Teams Galles Racing
Payton/Coyne Racing
Bettenhausen Motorsports
Newman/Haas Racing
Project Indy
PacWest Racing
Patrick Racing
Herdez Competition
Pacific Coast Motorsports
Starts120
Wins2
Poles2
Best finish3rd in 2000
Previous series
1980
1981–1982
1981–1982
1982
1983
1984
1984–1985
1986
1985–1988
1992
1993
1999, 2006–2007
2005, 2007
British Formula Ford 1600
British Formula 3 Championship
European F.Three Championship
Formula Pacific New Zealand International Series
Formula Mondial North America
European Formula Two Championship
Japanese Formula Two
CART
International Formula 3000
Italian Superturismo Championship
French Supertouring Championship
IRL IndyCar Series
Rolex Sports Car Series
Championship titles
1980
1980
1982
1982
1988
British Formula Ford 1600 champion
Formula Ford Festival winner
Macau Grand Prix winner
Formula Pacific New Zealand
International Formula 3000 champion

Roberto Pupo Moreno (born 11 February 1959 [1] ), usually known as Roberto Moreno and also as Pupo Moreno, is a Brazilian racing driver. He participated in 75 Formula One Grands Prix, achieved 1 podium, and scored a total of 15 championship points. He raced in CART in 1986, and was Formula 3000 champion (in 1988) before joining Formula One full-time in 1989. He returned to CART in 1996 where he enjoyed an Indian summer in 2000 and 2001, and managed to extend his career in the series until 2008. Also raced in endurance events and GT's in Brazil, but now works as a driver coach and consultant, and although this takes up a lot of his time, he is not officially retired yet, as he appears in historic events. Away from the sport, he enjoys building light aeroplanes. [2]

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Formula One is the highest class of single-seater auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) and owned by the Formula One Group. The FIA Formula One World Championship has been one of the premier forms of racing around the world since its inaugural season in 1950. The word "formula" in the name refers to the set of rules to which all participants' cars must conform. A Formula One season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, which take place worldwide on purpose-built circuits and on public roads.

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Moreno was known as the "Super Sub" late in his career as he was used to replace injured drivers several times.

Career

Early career

After winning the 1976 Brazilian 125cc Karting championship, Moreno set his sights on getting to Europe. He arrived in England in 1979, to race in his first season in Formula Ford. He was the driver, the mechanic and used to tow the car on a trailer. Ralt owner/designer Ron Tauranac lent Moreno an old shed to work out of as his home base. He had a couple of good results, and these convinced Ralph Firman, Sr., to sign him as a works Van Diemen driver for the 1980 season. Whilst driving for Firman, he would win the Townsend Thoresen British Formula Ford title, winning eight races in the process. Meanwhile, in Europe, he drove the same car to three more victories, earning himself second place in the EFDA Townsend Thoresen Euroseries Formula Ford 1600 Championship. His also finished 4th in the RAC British series and 6th the P&O Ferries series. He then rounded out the season by winning the Formula Ford Festival. [3] [4]

Formula Ford race car class

Formula Ford is an entry-level class of single seater, open-wheel formula racing. The various championships held across the world form an important step for many prospective Formula One drivers. Formula Ford has traditionally been regarded as the first major stepping stone into formula racing after karting. The series typically sees professional career minded drivers enter alongside amateurs and enthusiasts. Success in Formula Ford can lead directly to other junior formulae such as a Formula Renault 2.0 or a Formula Three seat.

Ralt

Ralt was a manufacturer of single-seater racing cars, founded by ex-Jack Brabham associate Ron Tauranac after he sold out his interest in Brabham to Bernie Ecclestone. Ron and his brother had built some specials in Australia in the 1950s under the Ralt name. Tauranac won the 1954 NSW Hillclimb Championship in the Ralt 500.

Ron Tauranac Australian engineer and racing car designer

Ronald Sidney Tauranac is a retired British-Australian engineer and racing car designer, who with Formula One driver Jack Brabham founded the Brabham constructor and racing team in 1962. Following Brabham's retirement as a driver at the end of the 1970 season, Tauranac owned and managed the Brabham team until 1972, when he sold it to Bernie Ecclestone. He remained in England to assist with a redesign of a Politoys Formula One chassis for Frank Williams in 1973 and helped Trojan develop a Formula One version of their Formula 5000 car.

Moreno's success alerted the attention of no lesser person than Colin Chapman, the successful owner and founder of Formula One's Team Lotus. Roberto only returned to Europe in 1981, because Chapman had given him a F1 testing contact with enough money to continue racing. With these funds, he raced Formula Three, but money was tight. Despite that, paired with Barron Racing, he managed to win two races, however he was more successful across the Atlantic the following season, racing in the CASC North American Formula Atlantic Championship, defeating Al Unser, Jr. in a supporting race at the 1982 United States Grand Prix West in Long Beach. Later in 1982, he made another big impression by winning the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières. Prior to that victory, Moreno had found some money to do half a season in the British Formula 3 Championship with Ivens Lumar Racing, winning three races in the process, before he was given the opportunity to drive at the 1982 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort for Lotus, though he ultimately failed to qualify. [4] [5] [6]

Colin Chapman English design engineer, inventor, and builder in the automotive industry, and founder of Lotus Cars

Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman, was an influential English design engineer, inventor, and builder in the automotive industry, and founder of Lotus Cars.

Team Lotus was the motorsport sister company of English sports car manufacturer Lotus Cars. The team ran cars in many motorsport series, including Formula One, Formula Two, Formula Ford, Formula Junior, IndyCar and sports car racing. More than ten years after its last race, Team Lotus remained one of the most successful racing teams of all time, winning seven Formula One Constructors' titles, six Drivers' Championships, and the Indianapolis 500 in the United States, between 1962 and 1978. Under the direction of founder and chief designer Colin Chapman, Lotus was responsible for many innovative and experimental developments in critical motorsport, in both technical and commercial arenas.

Formula Three race car class

Formula Three, also called Formula 3 or F3, is a class of open-wheel formula racing. The various championships held in Europe, Australia, South America and Asia form an important step for many prospective Formula One drivers. Formula Three has traditionally been regarded as the first major stepping stone for F1 hopefuls – it is typically the first point in a driver's career at which most drivers in the series are aiming at professional careers in racing rather than being amateurs and enthusiasts. F3 is not cheap, but is regarded as a key investment in a young driver's future career. Success in F3 can lead directly to a Formula 2 seat or even a Formula One test or race seat.

Australian Grand Prix (1981–1984)

In this period, Moreno (who like his friend Nelson Piquet was managed by Australian Greg "Pee Wee" Siddle) was a popular triple winner of the Australian Grand Prix in 1981, 1983 and 1984, before it became a Formula One World Championship race from 1985. These wins came in the days when the Grand Prix was a Formula Mondial race held at Melbourne's 1.6 km (1.0 mi) Calder Park Raceway. He often defeated current or past World Drivers' Champions to win the AGP, including Piquet, Alan Jones, Niki Lauda and Keke Rosberg, as well as other F1 drivers such as Jacques Laffite, Andrea de Cesaris and François Hesnault. In the only Australian Grand Prix he competed in but did not win during the period (1982), he finished third behind future four time World Champion Alain Prost, and Ligier F1 driver Laffite. In all of his pre-F1 Australian Grand Prix drives, Moreno drove a Formula Pacific or Formula Mondial Ralt RT4 powered by a 1.6 litre Ford 4cyl engine. [7]

Nelson Piquet racing driver, three-time Formula 1 champion in the 1980s

Nelson Piquet Souto Maior, known as Nelson Piquet, is a Brazilian former racing driver and businessman. Since his retirement, Piquet has been ranked among the greatest Formula One drivers in various motorsport polls.

Australian Grand Prix auto race held in Australia

The Australian Grand Prix is a motor race held annually in Australia currently under contract to host Formula One until 2023. The Grand Prix is the second oldest surviving motor racing competition held in Australia, after the Alpine rally first held in 1921, having been contested 83 times since it was first run at Phillip Island in 1928. It is currently sponsored with naming rights by the Swiss watchmaker Rolex.

The 1981 Australian Grand Prix was a Formula Pacific motor race held at Calder Park Raceway in Victoria, Australia on 8 November 1981.

F1 Substitute (1982 & 1987)

Moreno at the 1982 Dutch Grand Prix. Moreno at 1982 Dutch Grand Prix.jpg
Moreno at the 1982 Dutch Grand Prix.

Moreno was winning races in Formula Atlantic, Formula Mondial and Formula Three, when he received a call-up from Colin Chapman to stand in for Nigel Mansell at Lotus at the 1982 Dutch Grand Prix after Mansell broke his wrist in the previous Grand Prix in Canada. Prior to this, Theodore Racing's Jan Lammers broke a thumb during the Detroit Grand Prix and team owner Teddy Yip wanted Moreno to take over the seat, however Chapman refused to release him. Then in during the race in Montréal, Mansell injured his wrist, allowing for Moreno to stand in. This soon turned into a nightmare, as the Lotus 91 was a beast to handle, Moreno had barely driven the car, as regular drivers, Mansell and Elio de Angelis did most of the testing, with Moreno being restricted to the older Lotus 87B and Lotus 88 models. Moreno failed to come to grips with the Lotus 91, with his best qualifying lap over two seconds away from making the grid. At the end of 1982, Lotus released him from his duties as test driver and it took his reputation a while to recover from this poor showing. [8] [9] [10]

Nigel Mansell British racing driver

Nigel Ernest James Mansell, is a British former racing driver who won both the Formula One World Championship (1992) and the CART Indy Car World Series (1993). Mansell was the reigning F1 champion when he moved over to CART, becoming the first person to win the CART title in his debut season, and making him the only person to hold both the World Drivers' Championship and the American open-wheel National Championship simultaneously.

1982 Dutch Grand Prix Formula One motor race held in 1982

The 1982 Dutch Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Zandvoort on 3 July 1982. The race, contested over 72 laps, was the ninth race of the 1982 Formula One season and was won by Didier Pironi, driving a Ferrari, with Nelson Piquet second in a Brabham-BMW and Keke Rosberg third in a Williams-Ford.

The 1982 Canadian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on 13 June 1982. It was the eighth race of the 1982 Formula One World Championship. This was the first Canadian Grand Prix to be held in June, the organisers having moved the race from the autumn to allow for warmer weather; it has been held in June ever since.

He was to get another chance, but that Dutch race handicapped him for a number of years. At the end of the 1987 season he was called up to replace Pascal Fabre for the AGS team at the Japanese Grand Prix. Five years after the Lotus fiasco, Moreno was set to make his debut, except he was the slowest of all and once again did not qualify. However, Williams driver Nigel Mansell injured himself during practice and the team subsequently withdrew his entry, thus letting Moreno in for his debut Grand Prix. In the following race, the Australian Grand Prix, he drove the ungainly JH22 between the walls of the Adelaide Street Circuit to finish a fine 7th, while others hit the walls and broke their cars. Following post-race scrutineering, Ayrton Senna's Lotus-Honda was disqualified from 2nd for oversized brake ducts and Moreno was promoted to 6th place, scoring his, and the team's, first-ever point in Formula One. [8] [9] [10]

1987 Formula One World Championship sports season

The 1987 FIA Formula One World Championship was the 41st season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It featured the 1987 Formula One World Championship for Drivers and the 1987 Formula One World Championship for Constructors, which were contested concurrently over a sixteen-race series that commenced on 12 April and ended on 15 November. The World Championship for Drivers was won by Nelson Piquet, and the World Championship for Constructors by Williams-Honda. The season also encompassed the Jim Clark Trophy and the Colin Chapman Trophy, which were respectively contested by drivers and constructors of Formula One cars powered by naturally aspirated engines.

Pascal Fabre is a former racing driver from France. He participated in 14 Formula One Grands Prix with the uncompetitive AGS team, debuting on April 12, 1987. He scored no championship points and was replaced before the end of the season by Roberto Moreno. His best finish was ninth place in both the French and British Grands Prix.

Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives

Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives was a small French racecar constructor that competed in various racing categories over a period of thirty years, including Formula One from 1986 to 1991.

In between years

Moreno went back to North America with Siddle. A sponsor had been found for a whole season of Formula Atlantic, but the support race at Long Beach GP was changed to a Super Vee, then he lost his sponsor. Despite the set-back, his new team, Theodore Racing went off and won the first race at Willow Springs. With the prize money, he did two more races, before the team stopped racing. Luckily for Moreno, the team owner, Teddy Yip help finance a move to another team. He won four races, while championship rival, Michael Andretti won three. Moreno missed out on the title as everytime he won, Andretti would finish second. [7]

For 1984, Roberto decided to return to Europe to race F3. Whilst pre-season testing with West Surrey Racing, he got an invitation from Tauranac to join the works Ralt Formula Two team. Moreno finished runner-up to Mike Thackwell, the pair dominated the final European Formula Two Championship, in their Ralt-Hondas. He tasted victory at the Hockenheim and Donington Park races. Tauranac wanted Moreno to stay for the inaugural International Formula 3000 season (1985), but Moreno had been testing the Toleman at the end of 1984, with Senna's car. He look set to get a drive with the team, only to be told that they did not have any tyres, and the deal fell through. A move to Indycars was next for Roberto with Rick Galles's Galles Racing, as he had seen Moreno impress frequently. The deal was for Roberto to drive in the road race. He was invited to do a full campaign in 1986, however they had problems with the car and did not have any good results. When he was unable to find a full-time Indycar drive, he decided to try to get into F3000 driving with Ralt. During that season, he won Gran Premio del Mediterraneo, together with some consistent finishing saw him finished 3rd overall, before receiving the call to join up with AGS. [7] [9] [10]

Moreno almost joined the Brabham Formula One team in 1984. On the suggestion of his friend, Brabham lead driver and defending World Champion Nelson Piquet, Brabham team owner Bernie Ecclestone almost signed the young Brazilian to drive the teams #2 car. However, this opportunity for Moreno came to nothing when Brabham's Italian based sponsor Parmalat insisted on having an Italian driver as Piquet's teammate. This led to the unique situation where Ecclestone signed brothers Teo and Corrado Fabi to share the drive in the car. Teo was the main driver, but as he was already contracted to race in the United States based CART/PPG World Series for Forsythe Racing, Corrado, who had driven for Osella in 1983, substituted for him in 3 races where the respective F1 and CART schedules clashed.

His performance at AGS did not get him a seat in F1. He went to Bromley Motorsport in F3000. The team had Gary Anderson as its Technical Director, who whom Roberto had worked with a Galles. With help from Reynard Motorsport, they began the season with virtually no money. Revenge was sweet, when Moreno took a sponsorless Reynard-Cosworth 88D to the title by winning three early-season races, at Pau, Silverstone and Monza in a row. A fourth win came in the Birmingham Superprix. [7] [9]

F1 substitute (1989–1995)

Not even winning the FIA International Formula 3000 Championship in 1988 in an unsponsored Reynard 88D made the impression needed for a big team to recruit him. Instead, he signed a testing contract with Ferrari, who helped him land a racing drive with the ambitious Coloni outfit. The car was never competitive and Moreno only made the grid four times from 16 attempts. [9] [10] [11]

Initially, 1990 seemed to be even less promising, with Moreno signing for the nosediving EuroBrun outfit, qualifying for just 2 out of the first 14 races of the season. However, shortly after being informed the team would not be competing in the last two rounds of the season, he was contacted by Benetton to drive their second car, with Alessandro Nannini having almost lost a hand in a helicopter crash following the Spanish Grand Prix. After qualifying 8th, he then shadowed his teammate, Piquet, coming home an excellent 2nd on his Benetton debut in the 1990 Japanese Grand Prix st Suzuka, although this result was helped by most other top cars dropping out, with Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna famously colliding at the first corner while their teammates Nigel Mansell (Ferrari) and Gerhard Berger (McLaren) would both retire. After then again qualifying 8th in the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide before going on to finish 7th (Piquet again won), Moreno got a full contract with Benetton for 1991 season. [9] [10] [11]

Moreno driving for Benetton at the 1991 United States Grand Prix. Roberto Moreno 1991 USA.jpg
Moreno driving for Benetton at the 1991 United States Grand Prix.

However, the Benetton B191, on Pirelli tyres, was not as competitive as anticipated, and Moreno's best results were 4th place at the Monaco Grand Prix and the Belgian Grand Prix. With all fuss surrounding Michael Schumacher's sensational F1 debut, the Benetton team overlooked Moreno for taking fastest lap in the race… However, nobody was really paying attention, as this would be his last race for the team before he was controversially paid off and dropped in favour of Schumacher. Jordan had called up the young German for his debut, and he qualified 7th, and was running 5th in the race when his clutch failed. The Benetton management, led by Tom Walkinshaw and team manager Flavio Briatore, were after a driver to rebuild the team around, convinced that neither the aging Piquet or Moreno were that driver. Walkinshaw engaged in some high-level dealing behind the scenes and managed to steal Schumacher from Jordan and Moreno was promptly fired. There are rumours to this day that Moreno was purposely driving within himself for the whole season in order to not show Piquet up (Piquet later admitted on Brazilian television in 2012 that after his qualifying accident at Imola in 1987 in which he lost around 80% of his depth perception, he only stayed in Formula One "for the money"). As it was, Moreno was offered the vacant Jordan drive for the 1991 Italian Grand Prix, where he qualified a very respectable 9th (ahead of teammate Andrea de Cesaris). Unfortunately he spun off on the second lap and retired. He would race the next race in Portugal, and then replaced Gianni Morbidelli in the Minardi, at the last race of the year in Adelaide, but Formula One seemed to have passed him by. [9] [10] [10] [11]

For the 1992 season, he found himself back with the minnows, signing for Andrea Moda. The outfit had risen from the ashes of Scuderia Coloni, and after two non-starting races with Alex Caffi and Enrico Bertaggia, decided to start over with Moreno and Perry McCarthy (who would later claim fame as the original Stig on the BBC motoring show Top Gear ). Moreno and McCarthy faced an uphill struggle, with the uncompetitive team scrambling to even get to most races. Moreno would only qualify the under-tested, under-funded car once, for the Monaco Grand Prix, before the team collapsed following team owner Andrea Sassetti's arrest at the Belgian Grand Prix. [10] [11]

Moreno spent his last season of Formula One with the Forti team. Roberto Moreno Forti 1995 Britain (crop).jpg
Moreno spent his last season of Formula One with the Forti team.

After the Andrea Moda disaster, he spent the next two seasons racing Italian and French Touring Cars, and also attempted to qualify for the 1994 Indianapolis 500. 1995 saw Moreno making a brief Formula One comeback, with the ambitious Forti team. Moreno's Brazilian heritage helped him land the drive. Sadly, their car was laughably slow, and Moreno's best result was 14th in the Belgian Grand Prix. He would exit Formula One crashing into the pitlane wall at the Australian Grand Prix. [11]

IndyCar

1996 would see Moreno resume his Champ Car career, as he raced a Payton-Coyne Racing Lola-Ford, finishing 3rd at Michigan. At the beginning of 1997, he quit Payton-Coyne for its lack of commitment. He drove for three teams during the 1997 season, earning the nickname "Supersub", with his best result of 5th at Detroit in a Newman-Haas Swift-Ford. Here, he replaced an injured Christian Fittipaldi. He outqualified the team leader, Michael Andretti on several occasions, but still could not pick up a competitive drive for 1998, instead accepting a testing role with Penske. [11]

1998 was more barren, with just three drives. The following season again saw him take two different cars (Newman/Haas and PacWest), with two 4th places his best. In 1999 he also made his first Indy Racing League start at Phoenix International Raceway finishing 6th and returned to the Indianapolis 500 after a 13 year absence finishing 20th for Truscelli Team Racing. Only in 2000, having subbed for Patrick Racing in the previous season, Roberto was granted a full-time seat in one of their Reynard Motorsport-Fords, and he led the series for much of the distance, before hitting a low patch, and losing out to Gil de Ferran, eventually ranking 3rd overall. [11]

Moreno won his first Champ Car race at Cleveland, and in a scene scarcely seen in motor racing, the emotional Moreno wept openly. It had been his first race victory since his Formula 3000 victory twelve years earlier. He won again for Patrick Racing at Vancouver the following year, but was less consistent and dropped to 13th in the standings.

In 2003 he drove for Herdez Competition, taking his Lola-Cosworth to 2nd at Miami, and announced his retirement from motorsport at the end of the year.[ citation needed ]

Moreno in 2007. Roberto Moreno 2007 Desafio Internacional das Estrelas.jpg
Moreno in 2007.

In April 2006, after just one outing in a Brazilian Stock Car at Jacarepaguá, Moreno substituted for Ed Carpenter at Vision Racing, in the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

In August of the same year, Moreno became the first driver to test the new Panoz-built Champ Car. According to former series champion Paul Tracy, "[Moreno's] a guy who's not going to go out there and make mistakes and go off the road. They need to put miles on the car and run it fairly quickly, and he's the perfect guy for the job." [12]

After running thousands of miles of testing in the Panoz DP01, Moreno got a chance to race it at the 2007 Grand Prix of Houston, substituting for the injured Alex Figge at Pacific Coast Motorsports. [13]

Practicing for the 2007 Indianapolis 500 RobertoMorenoPracticing2007Indy500.jpg
Practicing for the 2007 Indianapolis 500

Roberto drove as a replacement for an injured Stéphan Grégoire at the 2007 Indianapolis 500 for Chastain Motorsports. He crashed the car early in the race and finished in last place.

Helmet

Moreno's helmet has traditionally been yellow, with blue, red, and white wings adorning the visor, sides, and chin area. Written on the lower portion of the helmet is the name "Moreno." Later versions of his helmet have included blue cylindrical designs along with the wings. His helmets are designed by Sid Mosca.

Racing record

Career highlights

SeasonSeriesPositionTeamCar
1980 British Formula Ford Championship [14] 1st Van Diemen Van Diemen-Ford RF80
Formula Ford Festival [15] 1st
Euroseries Formula Ford 1600 [16] 2nd
RAC Formula Ford 1600 Championship [17] 4th
P&O Ferries Formula Ford 1600 Championship [18] 6th
1981 Australian Grand Prix [19] [20] 1stGraham Watson Racing Ralt-Ford RT4/81
Selangor Grand Prix [21] 1st Theodore Racing
European Formula Three Championship [22] [23] 10thBarron Racing Ralt-Toyota RT3/81
British Formula 3 Championship [22] [24] 11th
1982 New Zealand Formula Pacific [25] 1stGoold Motorsport Ralt-Ford RT4/81
North American Formula Atlantic Championship [26] [27] 9th
Macau Grand Prix [28] 1st
British Formula 3 Championship [24] [29] 6thIvens Lumar Racing Ralt-Alfa Romoe RT3C/81
Ralt-Toyota RT3C/81
European Formula Three Championship [22] [23] 16thIvens Lumar Racing Ralt-Toyota RT3C/81
1983 Australian Grand Prix 1st Ralt-Ford RT4
Formula Mondial North American Cup [30] [31] 2nd Theodore Racing/Agapiou Racing Ralt-Ford RT4/81
Camel GTU Championship [32] [33] 41stWilliam Karges
All American Racers
BMW 320
Toyota Celica
Camel GTO Championship [34] [35] 43rd All American Racers Toyota Celica
1984 Australian Grand Prix [36] 1stGoold Motorsport Ralt-Ford RT4/81
European Formula Two Championship [37] 2nd Ralt Racing Ltd. Ralt-Honda RH6
Japanese Formula Two Championship [37] [38] 12th
1985 Japanese Formula Two Championship [39] 11thAdvan Sports Nova March-Mugen Honda 842
International Formula 3000 [40] [41] 14thBarron Racing Tyrrell-Cosworth 012
Indy Car World Series [42] [43] 29th Galles Racing March-Cosworth 85C
1986 Indy Car World Series [44] [45] 16th Galles Racing Lola-Cosworth T8600
1987 International Formula 3000 [46] [47] 3rd Ralt Ralt-Honda RT21
Formula One [48] [49] 19th AGS AGS-Cosworth JH22
1988 International Formula 3000 [50] [51] 1stBromley Motorsport Reynard-Coswoth 88D
1990 Formula One [52] [53] 10th EuroBurn Racing
Benetton Formula Ltd
EuroBrun-Judd ER189B
Benetton-Ford B190
1991 Formula One [54] [55] 10th Camel Benetton Ford
Camel Benetton Ford
Team 7Up Jordan
Minardi Team
Benetton-Ford B190B
Benetton-Ford B191
Jordan-Ford 191
Minardi-Ferrari M191
1992Campionato Italiano Superturismo [56] 11th Ford Escort
1993 French Supertouring Championship [57] [58] 7thTeam Usine Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 155 TS D2
1996 Indy Car World Series [59] [60] 21st Payton/Coyne Racing Lola-Cosworth T96/00
1997 CART World Series [61] [62] 19th Payton/Coyne Racing
Bettenhausen Racing
Newman-Haas Racing
Lola-Ford T97/00
Reynard-Mercedes Benz 97i
Swift-Ford 007.i
1998 CART World Series [63] [64] 19th Newman-Haas Racing
Project Indy
Swift-Ford 009.c
Reynard-Ford 97i
1999 CART Championship Series [65] [66] 14th PacWest Racing
Newman/Haas Racing
Reynard-Mercedes-Benz 99i
Swift-Ford 010.c
Indy Racing League [67] [68] 29thTruscelli Racing G-Force-Oldsmobile GF01C
2000 CART Championship Series [69] [70] 3rd Patrick Racing Reynard-Cosworth 2KI
2001 CART Championship Series [71] [72] 13th Patrick Racing Reynard-Toyota 01i
2003 Champ Car World Series [73] [74] 13th Herdez Competition Reynard-Ford B02/00
2005 Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series – DP Class [75] [76] 39th Spirit of Daytona Racing
Doran Labonte Racing
Crawford-Pontiac DP03
Doren-Pontiac JE4
2006 IRL IndyCar Series [77] [78] 30th Vision Racing Dallara-Honda IR4
Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series – DP Class [79] [80] 86th Brumos Racing Fabcar-Porsche FDSC/03
2007Brasil GT3 Championship [81] 11thCRT Ferrari F430 GT3
Champ Car World Series [82] [83] 22nd Pacific Coast Motorsports Panoz-Cosworth DP01
IndyCar Series [84] [85] 36th Chastain Motorsports Panoz-Honda GR09B
Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series – DP Class [86] [87] 58th Brumos Racing Riley-Porsche Mk XI
2008Trofeo Maserati Brasil Championship [88] 30th Maserati Trofeo
2012 Eurocup Mégane Trophy [89] 20thOregon Team-3 Renault Mégane
2014Copa Caçula de Pneus de Marcas e Pilotos [90] 4thMaguila Motorsport Chevrolet Celta

Complete 24 Hours of Le Mans results

YearTeamCo-DriversCarClassLapsPos.Class
Pos.
1984 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Skoal Bandit Racing Team Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Guy Edwards
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rupert Keegan
Porsche 962 C172DNF
(accident)

Complete 24 Hours of Daytona results

YearTeamCo-DriversCarClassLapsPos.Class
Pos.
2005 Flag of the United States.svg Spirit of Daytona Racing Flag of the United States.svg Doug Goad
Flag of France.svg Stéphane Grégoire
Flag of the United States.svg Bob Ward
Crawford-Pontiac DP03 DP194DNF
(cooling system)
2007 Flag of the United States.svg Brumos Racing Flag of the United States.svg J. C. France
Flag of the United States.svg Hurley Haywood
Flag of Portugal.svg João Barbosa
Flag of the United States.svg David Donohue
Riley-Porsche Mk XI DP6624th

Complete 24 Hours of Spa results

YearTeamCo-DriversCarClassLapsPos.Class
Pos.
1987 Flag of Germany.svg BMW Schnitzer Flag of Australia (converted).svg Allan Grice
Flag of Austria.svg Willi Siller
BMW M3 Div.2178DNF
(piston)

Complete European Formula Two Championship results

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

YearEntrantChassisEngine1234567891011PosPts
1984 Ralt Racing Ltd. Ralt Honda SIL
2
HOC
1
THR
Ret
VAL
2
MUG
Ret
PAU
3
HOC
Ret
MIS
NC
PER
2
DON
1
BRH
3
2nd44

Complete International Formula 3000 results

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

YearEntrant1234567891011Pos.Pts
1985 Barron Racing SIL
6
THR
Ret
EST
5
VAL
9
PAU SPA DIJ PER ÖST ZAN DON 15th3
1986 Bromley Motorsport SIL VAL PAU SPA IMO MUG PER ÖST BIR
10
BUG JAR NC0
1987 Ralt Racing Ltd. SIL
3
VAL
11
SPA
3
PAU
10
DON
4
PER
1
BRH
3
BIR
2
IMO
5
BUG
9
JAR
Ret
3rd30
1988 Bromley Motorsport JER
Ret
VAL
4
PAU
1
SIL
1
MNZ
1
PER
Ret
BRH
Ret
BIR
1
BUG
5
ZOL
5
DIJ
Ret
1st43

Complete Formula One results

(key) (races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearEntrantChassisEngine1234567891011121314151617WDC Points
1982 John Player Lotus Lotus 91 Cosworth V8 RSA BRA USW SMR BEL MON DET CAN NED
DNQ
GBR FRA GER AUT SUI ITA CPL NC0
1987 Team AGS AGS JH22 Cosworth V8 BRA SMR BEL MON DET FRA GBR GER HUN AUT ITA POR ESP MEX JPN
Ret
AUS
6
19th1
1989 Coloni SpA Coloni FC188B Cosworth V8 BRA
DNQ
SMR
DNQ
MON
Ret
MEX
DNQ
USA
DNQ
NC0
Coloni C3 CAN
Ret
FRA
DNQ
GBR
Ret
GER
DNPQ
HUN
DNPQ
BEL
DNPQ
ITA
DNPQ
POR
Ret
ESP
DNPQ
JPN
DNPQ
AUS
DNPQ
1990 EuroBrun Racing EuroBrun ER189 Judd V8 USA
13
BRA
DNPQ
SMR
Ret
MON
DNQ
CAN
DNQ
10th6
EuroBrun ER189B MEX
EX
FRA
DNPQ
GBR
DNPQ
GER
DNPQ
HUN
DNPQ
BEL
DNPQ
ITA
DNPQ
POR
DNPQ
ESP
DNPQ
Benetton Formula Benetton B190 Ford V8 JPN
2
AUS
7
1991 Camel Benetton Ford Benetton B190B Ford V8 USA
Ret
BRA
7
10th8
Benetton B191 SMR
13
MON
4
CAN
Ret
MEX
5
FRA
Ret
GBR
Ret
GER
8
HUN
8
BEL
4
Team 7UP Jordan Jordan 191 ITA
Ret
POR
10
ESP JPN
Minardi Team Minardi M191 Ferrari V12 AUS
16
1992 Andrea Moda Formula Andrea Moda S921 Judd V10 RSA MEX BRA
DNPQ
ESP
DNPQ
SMR
DNPQ
MON
Ret
CAN
DNPQ
FRA
DNA
GBR
DNPQ
GER
DNPQ
HUN
DNQ
BEL
DNQ
ITA
DNP
POR JPN AUS NC0
1995 Parmalat Forti Ford Forti FG01 Ford V8 BRA
Ret
ARG
NC
SMR
NC
ESP
Ret
MON
Ret
CAN
Ret
FRA
16
GBR
Ret
GER
Ret
HUN
Ret
BEL
14
ITA
Ret
POR
17
EUR
Ret
PAC
16
JPN
Ret
AUS
Ret
NC0

Complete American Open-Wheel racing results

(key)

CART/Champ Car World Series

YearTeamChassisEngine123456789101112131415161718192021RankPoints
1985 Galles Racing March 85C Cosworth DFX V8 t LBH INDY MILPORMEA
Ret
CLEMIS1ROA
Ret
POCMDO
Ret
SANMIS2LS
Ret
PHXMIA
5
28th10
1986 Galles Racing Lola T86/00 Cosworth DFX V8 t PHX1
Ret
LBH
Ret
INDY
Ret
MIL
13
POR
Ret
MEA
Ret
CLE
Ret
TOR
Ret
MIS1
6
POC
10
MDO
Ret
SANMIS2
6
ROA
Ret
LS
Ret
PHX2
10
MIA
Ret
16th30
1994 Arizona Motorsport Lola T94/00 Ford XB V8 t SRF PHXLBH INDY
DNQ
MILDETPORCLETORMISMDONHMVANROANZRLSNC0
1996 Payton/Coyne Racing Lola T96/00 Ford XB V8 t MIA
27
RIO
9
SRF
12
LBH
8
NZR
24
500
3
MIL
25
DET
23
POR
19
CLE
14
TOR
23
MIS
23
MDO
23
ROA
22
VAN
27
LS
12
21st25
1997 Payton/Coyne Racing Lola T97/00 Ford XD V8 t MIA
24
SRF 19th16
Newman/Haas Racing Swift 007.iLBH
24
NZR
14
RIO
18
GAT
25
MIL
10
DET
5
PORCLETORMISMDOROA
Bettenhausen Racing Reynard 97i Mercedes-Benz IC108D V8 t VAN
15
LS
10
FON
1998 Project CART Reynard 97i Mercedes-Benz IC108D V8 t MIA
15
MOT
26
LBHNZR RIO GAT31st0
Newman/Haas Racing Swift 009.c Ford XD V8 t MIL
24
DETPORCLE TOR MISMDOROAVANLAGHOU SRF FON
1999 PacWest Racing Reynard 99i Mercedes-Benz IC108E V8 t MIAMOTLBHNZRRIO
11
STL
4
MIL
12
POR
7
CLE
8
ROA
19
TOR
4
MIS
19
14th58
Newman/Haas Racing Swift 010.c Ford XD V8 t DET
14
MDO
16
CHI
9
VAN
15
LS
2
HOU SRF FON
2000 Patrick Racing Reynard 2Ki Ford XF V8 t MIA
2
LBH
9
RIO
6
MOT
3
NZR
14
MIL
5
DET
17
POR
2
CLE
1*
TOR
13
MIS
23
CHI
6
MDO
11
ROA
4
VAN
10
LS
25
STL
3
HOU
11
SRF
19
FON
2
3rd147
2001 Patrick Racing Reynard 01i Toyota RV8F V8 t MTY
27
LBH
11
TXS
NH
NZR
12
MOT
10
MIL
15
DET
3
POR
2
CLE
8
TOR
11
MIS
12
CHI
20
MDO
6
ROA
11
VAN
1
LAU
23
ROC
13
HOU
22
LS
22
SRF
22*
FON
19
13th76
2003 Herdez Competition Lola B02/00 Ford XFE V8 t STP
5
MTY
6
LBH
17
BRH
7
LAU
10
MIL
19
LS
15
POR
9
CLE
18
TOR
6
VAN
17
ROA
7
MDO
19
MTL
7
DEN
16
MIA
2
MXC SRF
16
13th67
2007 Pacific Coast Motorsports Panoz DP01 Cosworth XFE V8 t LVG LBH HOU
12
POR CLE MTT TOR EDM SJO ROA ZOL ASN SRF MXC 22nd9

IRL IndyCar Series

YearTeamChassisEngine12345678910111213141516171819RankPoints
1999 Truscelli Racing G-Force GF01C Oldsmobile Aurora V8 WDWPHX
6
CLT
C
INDY
20
TXSPPIRATLDOVPPI2LVSTX229th38
2006 Vision Racing Dallara IR-05 Honda HI6R V8 HMS STP
18
MOT INDY WGLTXSRIRKANNSHMILMISKTYSNMCHI30th12
2007 Chastain Motorsports Panoz GF09C Honda HI7R V8 HMS STP MOT KAN INDY
33
MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL NSH MDO MIS KTY SNM DET CHI 36th10
2008 Minardi Team USA
HVM Racing
Panoz DP01 Cosworth XFE V8 t HMS STP MOT 1
DNP
LBH 1
17
KAN INDY MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL NSH MDO EDM KTY SNM DET CHI SRF 246th0
1 Run on same day.
2 Non-points race.

Indianapolis 500

YearChassisEngineStartFinishTeam
1986 Lola T86/00 Cosworth DFX V8 t 3219 Galles Racing
1994 Lola T94/00 Ford XB V8 t DNQArizona Motorsport
1999 G-Force GF01C Oldsmobile Aurora V8 2320Truscelli Racing
2007 Panoz GF09C Honda HI7R V8 3133 Chastain Motorsports

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Don Macleod
Formula Ford Festival
Winner

1980
Succeeded by
Tommy Byrne
Preceded by
Alan Jones
Australian Grand Prix
Winner

1981
Succeeded by
Alain Prost
Preceded by
Bob Earl
Macau Grand Prix
Winner

1982
Succeeded by
Ayrton Senna
Preceded by
Alain Prost
Australian Grand Prix
Winner

1983-1984
Succeeded by
Keke Rosberg
Preceded by
Stefano Modena
International Formula 3000
Champion

1988
Succeeded by
Jean Alesi