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Anthony Davidson

Anthony Davidson Anthony Davidson
Team Super Aguri
Nationality British
Podiums 0
Points 0
Grand Prix entered 24
World Championships 0
Highest race finish 11 (x3)
Highest grid position 11 (x2)
Date of Birth 18/04/1979
Place of Birth Hemel Hempstead
Anthony Davidson
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 Team.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 3, Bahrain Grand Prix, Preparations, Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain, Thursday, 3 April 2008


Left without a drive after four rounds when financial difficulties force Super Aguri to withdraw from the 2008 FIA Formula One World Championship.

Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 SA07 
Formula One World Championship, Rd17, Brazilian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Interlagos, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Friday, 19 October 2007


Finally gets a full-time race seat with Honda-powered Super Aguri team. Unable to match team mate Takuma Sato for pace, but proves an asset to the squad with his maturity and consistency, scoring three 11th-place finishes.

Anthony Davidson (GBR) Honda Racing F1 Team Third Driver.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 18, Brazilian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Interlagos, Brazil, 20 October 2006


Retained as third driver as BAR become works Honda team.

Anthony Davidson (GBR) Honda Racing F1 Team Test Driver. Formula One Testing, Jerez, Spain, 7-10 December 2005. World ©  Patching/Sutton


BAR third driver. Gets unexpected race call-up in Malaysia after Takuma Sato is taken ill, but retires after early engine failure.

Anthony Davidson (GBR) BAR Honda 006.
Formula One World Championship, Rd9, United States Grand Prix, Practice Day, Indianapolis, USA, 18 June 2004


Excels in Friday practice sessions as BAR's third driver, making key contribution to their second place in the constructors' championship.

Anthony Davidson (GBR) BAR Honda 006. Formula One Testing, Jerez, Spain, 28-30 September 2004.


BAR test driver.

Anthony Davidson (GBR) Minardi Asiatech PS02 takes to the gravel during his debut Grand Prix.
Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring, Hungary, 18 August 2002


Lead test driver for BAR. Replaces Alex Yoong at Minardi for the Hungarian and Belgian Grands Prix, failing to finish in both.

The podium (L to R) Takuma Sato (JPN) Carlin Motorsport second; Anthony Davidson (GBR) Carlin Motorsport winner; James Courtney (GBR) Jaguar third. British Formula Three Championship Rd 7 Castle Combe, England, 24 June 2001. World © Moy/Sutton


BAR Formula One test driver. Runner-up in the British Formula Three championship, losing out to team mate Takuma Sato, with six race wins and a further ten podiums. Wins European F3 series with victories at Pau and Spa.

Festival winner Anthony Davidson (GBR) celebrates victory. British Formula Ford Festival, Brands Hatch, England, 20-22 October 2000. World © Batchelor/Sutton


Second in the Formula Ford Zetec British championship with five race victories. Wins the McLaren/Autosport Young Driver of the Year award.

Anthony Davidson


Wins the BRSCC Formula Ford Zetec championship, taking six wins, all from pole. Also secures the runner-up placing in the Italian Karting Open Championship.

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