Sebastian Vettel(born: 03.07.1987, Heppenheim:Hesse-Germany)first drove in a proper racetrack when he was five and joined the mini klasse kart league when he was seven. At nine joined Red Bull Junior Team. In the next year, won his first german title and later he achieved many other titles through his 8 years in karting: He won four times the North Rhine-Westphalia Cup, won the DMV Kartmeisterschaft, the Kerpen-Manheim Cup, the Monaco Kart Cup, Kart Paris-Bersi Cup, the ICA Junior European Championship and the German Junior Kart Championship.
F1 career:
2005: Williams BMW(test driver)
2006: BMW Sauber(test driver)
2007: BMW Sauber(test driver, raced once in Indianapolis-8th)
and Scuderia Toro Rosso (6 pts, one from BMW)with team mate Vitantonio Liuzzi
2008: Scuderia Toro Rosso (30 pts, season rank 8)with team mate Sebastién Bourdais; wins(1): Monza
2009: Red Bull Racing (84 pts, season rank 2)with team mate Mark Webber; wins(4): China, England, Japan, Abu Dhabi
2010: Red Bull Racing (256 pts, season rank 1)with team mate Mark Webber; wins(5): Malaysia, Valencia, Japan, Brazil, Abu Dhabi
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Fernando Alonso Diaz(born: 29.07.1981, Oviedo: Asturias-Spain) first drove at the age of eight and the Galicia and Asturian regional championships in the children's category. In 1992 he raced in the 100 cc category,  in 1993 won the Spanish Championship,  in 1995 he finished third in the World Championship held in Braga, in 1996 he won the World Junior Title in Ghent, and the national championship in Sils, in 1997 he won championships in Spain and in Italy, while in 1998 he won the Paris Bercy, was Spanish International A champion, won the Parma Industry Trophy and the Open Ford, and was European Formula A runner-up and in 1998-1999 in Formula Nissan Fernando achieved 9 poles and 6 victories, making him the Euro Open Movistar Champion.
F1 career:
2001: Minardi (1 pts, 10th place in the German Grand Prix) with team mate Tarso Marques
2002: Renault (test driver)
2003: Renault (55 pts, season rank 6) with team mate Jarno Trulli; wins(1): Hungary
2004: Renault (59 pts, season rank 4) with team mate Jarno Trulli
2005: Renault (133 pts, season rank 1) with team mate Giancarlo Fisichella; wins(7): Malaysia, Bahrain, San Marino, Nurburgring, France, Hockenheim, China
2006: Renault (134 pts, season rank 1) with team mate Giancarlo Fisichella; wins(7): Bahrain, Australia, Spain, Monaco, England, Canada, Japan
2007: McLaren-Mercedes (109 pts, season rank 3) with team mate Lewis Hamilton; wins(4): Malaysia, Monaco, Nurburgring, Italy
2008: Renault (61 pts, season rank 5) with team mate Nelson Piquet Jr.; wins(2): Singapore, Japan
2009: Renault (26 pts, season rank 9) with team mate Nelson Piquet Jr.
2010: Ferrari (252 pts, season rank 2) with team mate Felipe Massa; wins(5): Bahrain, Hockenheim, Italy, Singapore, South Korea
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Mark Webber(born: 27.08.1976, Queanbeyan: New South Wales-Australia) Starting out racing motorcycles, Webber moved to four wheels in 1991, taking up karting at the age of 14. He won the New South Wales state championship in 1993, and moved straight into the Australian Formula Ford Championship after his father bought him an ex-Craig Lowndes Van Diemen FF1600. Working as a driving instructor at Sydney's Oran Park Raceway between races, Webber finished 14th overall in his debut season. Continuing in the series in 1995, Webber scored several victories, including a win in the support race for the Australian Grand Prix at Adelaide. He finished the series in fourth place but, perhaps more importantly, teamed up with Championship coordinator Ann Neal, who secured him a seven-year sponsorship with Australian Yellow Pages, and would become his manager and accompany him on a trip to England in an attempt to start a career in Europe. In 1995 at Formula Ford Festival, held at Brands Hatch, he finished third, won the Formula Holden race at the 1996 Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. Two days after his Festival victory Webber completed a successful test for Alan Docking Racing, and was signed by the team to graduate to Formula Three in 1997. Webber took victory in just his fourth ever F3 race, at Brands Hatch, leading from start to finish and setting a new lap record in the process. He took a further four podium finishes, including a second place in the support race for the 1997 British Grand Prix, and finished the season in fourth overall. Webber also took strong finishes in the Marlboro Masters at Zandvoort (3rd) and the Macau Grand Prix (4th), both times making his circuit debut. During the 1997 season, Webber was approached by Mercedes-AMG to compete in a sports car race. AMG were suitably impressed with Webber, and he was signed as the official Mercedes works junior driver for the 1998 FIA GT Championship. Travelling around the world, including the United States, Japan and Europe, the pair won five of the ten rounds on their way to second in the overall standings, beaten to the Championship by teammates Klaus Ludwig and Ricardo Zonta by just eight seconds in the final race at Laguna Seca. Webber remained with the AMG team for 1999, and was promoted to his own race car for the season. However, his sportscar career came to an early end after he flipped twice on the Mulsanne straight during practice for the 1999 24 Hours of Le Mans race.
F1 career:
Webber also got his first taste of a Formula One car, completing a two-day test at Barcelona in December 1999 for the Arrows F1 team
Webber was replaced as test driver for Benetton for 2002 by Fernando Alonso, but Briatore managed to secure Webber a contract to race alongside Alex Yoong in the Stoddart-owned Minardi team, making him the first Australian in Formula One since David Brabham in 1994.
2001: Benetton(test driver)
2002: Minardi(3 race contract and was extended until the end of the season after his first race) o pts with team mate Yoong
2003: Jaguar ( 17pct, season rank 10) with team mates Antonio Pizzonia and Justin Wilson
2004: Jaguar (7pct, season rank 13) with team mate Christian Klien
2005: BMW Williams (36pct, season rank10) with team mates Nick Heidfeld and Antonio Pizzonia
2006: Williams F1 team (7pct, season rank 14) with team mate Nico Rosberg
2007: Redbull Racing (10pct, season rank 12) with team mate David Coulthard
2008: Redbull Racing (21pct, season rank 11) with team mate David Coulthard
2009: Redbull Racing (69.5pct, season rank 4) with team mate Sebastian Vettel; wins(2):Germany, Brazil
2010: Redbull Racing (242pct, season rank 3) with team mate Sebastian Vettel; wins(4):Barcelona, Monaco, Silverstone, Hungarouring
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