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Jules Bianchi

Jules Bianchi Jules Bianchi
Team Marussia
Nationality French
Podiums 0
Points 2
Grands Prix entered 34
World Championships 0
Highest race finish 9 (x1)
Highest grid position 12 (x1)
Date of Birth 03/08/1989
Place of Birth Nice
Jules Bianchi DRIVER
Jules Bianchi (FRA) Marussia F1 Team in the Press Conference.
Formula One World Championship, Rd6, Monaco Grand Prix, Preparations, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, Wednesday, 21 May 2014


Scores Marussia's first-ever world championship points with a superb drive to ninth in Monaco, but suffers severe head injuries after crashing into a recovery vehicle during Japanese race and misses remainder of season.

Jules Bianchi (FRA) Marussia F1 Team MR02 makes a pit stop.
Formula One Testing, Day 4, Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, 3 March 2013


Makes F1 race debut after late call up to Marussia and is one of stars of early season, dragging much improved MR02 up the grid into battles with faster cars. P13 finish in Malaysia ultimately gives Marussia their first top-ten placing in final constructor standings.

Jules Bianchi (FRA) Force India F1 VJM05.
Formula One Young Drivers Test, Day Two, Magny Cours, France, Wednesday, 12 September 2012


Reserve driver for Force India F1 team. Second overall in Formula Renault 3.5 series, with three wins, eight podiums, five poles and seven fastest laps.

Jules Bianchi (FRA) Ferrari 150 Italia.
Formula One Testing, Day Three, Abu Dhabi Young Driver Test, Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, UAE, Thursday, 17 November 2011


Finishes third for the second year in succession in GP2 with ART, with one pole and six podiums. Becomes a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy and appears for the team in F1 young driver test in Abu Dhabi.

Jules Bianchi (FRA) Ferrari. Formula One Young Driver Test, Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, UAE, Wednesday 17 November 2010.


Moves up to GP2 with ART and finishes third overall after three poles, four podiums and one fastest lap. Gets first F1 test outing with Ferrari.

2009 championship winner 1st Jules Bianchi (FRA) ART Grand Prix, right, and Valtteri Bottas (FIN) ART Grand Prix, left. Formula Three Euroseries, Rd10, Hockenheim, Germany, 23-25 October 2009.


Wins the F3 Euroseries with ART team, with six poles, nine victories, 12 podiums and seven fastest laps.

Jules Bianchi (FRA), ART Grand Prix. Windsor Arch Formula Three Macau Grand Prix, Macau, China, 12-16 November 2008.


Third in the F3 Euroseries with ART team, taking two poles, two wins, seven podiums and one fastest laps. Also wins prestigious F3 Masters event in Zolder.

Jules Bianchi (FRA)


Moves into single seaters as reigning French karting champion and wins Formula Renault 2.0 series at first attempt, with five poles, five victories, 11 podiums and 10 fastest laps from 13 races.