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David Coulthard

David Coulthard (born March 27, 1971), is a Formula 1 racing driver for the McLaren racing team. He is British and was born in Twynholm in Scotland, but now resides in Monaco.

In 1994 he was a test driver for the Williams racing team when the team's star driver Ayrton Senna was killed in an accident during the San Marino Grand Prix[?] at Imola[?]. Coulthard shared Senna's place in the team for the rest of the season with former champion Nigel Mansell. He was a full-time race driver for Williams in 1995, but left the team and joined McLaren in 1996.

Formula 1 Results Championship positions and podiums:

  • 1994 Championship: 8th for Williams
    • Estoril 2nd
  • 1995 Championship: 3rd for Williams
    • Interlagos 2nd
    • Magny Cours 3rd
    • Silverstone 3rd
    • Hockenheim 2nd
    • Hungaroring 2nd
    • Estoril 1st
    • Aida 2nd
  • 1996 Championship: 7th for McLaren
  • 1997 Championship: 3rd
    • Melbourne 1st
    • Monza 1st
    • A1 ring 2nd
    • Jerez 2nd
  • 1998 Championship: 3rd
    • Melbourne 2nd
    • Interlagos 2nd
    • Imola 1st
    • Barcelona 2nd
    • A1 ring 2nd
    • Hockenheim 2nd
    • Hungaroring 2nd
    • Nurburgring 3rd
    • Suzuka 3rd
  • 1999 Championship: 4th
    • Imola 2nd
    • Barcelona 2nd
    • Silverstone 1st
    • A1 ring 2nd
    • Hungaroring 2nd
    • Spa 1st
  • 2000 Championship: 3rd
    • Imola 3rd
    • Silverstone 1st
    • Catalunya 2nd
    • Nurburgring 3rd
    • Monte Carlo 1st
    • Magny Cours 1st
    • A1 ring 2nd
    • Hockenheim 3rd
    • Hungaroring 3rd
    • Suzuka 3rd
    • Sepang 2nd
  • 2001 Championship: 2nd
    • Melbourne 2nd
    • Sepang 3rd
    • Interlagos 1st
    • Imola 2nd
    • A1 ring 1st
    • Nurburgring 3rd
    • Hungaroring 3rd
    • Spa 2nd
    • Indianapolis 3rd
    • Suzuka 3rd
  • 2002 Championship: 5th
  • 2003 Championship: 7th after 8 races
    • Melbourne: 1st having started 11th on the grid

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