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2008 lineup
 
Driver Nº 5 Constructor: BMW Driver Nº 6
Robert Kubica Engine: BMW V8 Nick Heidfeld
Tyres: Bridgestone

General info and stats
Base: Munich, Germany & Hinwil, Switzerland
Team priciple: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Mario Theissen
Technical Director Willy Rampf
Engine: BMW V8
Tyres: Bridgestone
Seasons: 4 (2006-2009) (not counted: 1952-1953, 1968)
World Championships: 0
Grand Prix entered: 72
Grand Prix starts: 72
Wins: 1
Poles: 1
Fastest Laps: 2
Points: 172

F1 competition history
Year Chassis Engine Tyres Drivers Championship Points
2010
C29 Ferrari Bridgestone Rubens Barrichello
Nico Hulkenberg
2009 F1.09 BMW V8 Bridgestone Robert Kubica 6th 36
Nick Heidfeld
2008 F1.08 BMW V8 Bridgestone Nick Heidfeld 3rd 135
Robert Kubica
2007 F1.07 BMW V8 Bridgestone Nick Heidfeld 2nd 101
Robert Kubica
Sebastian Vettel
2006 F1.06 BMW V8 Michelin Nick Heidfeld 5th 36
Jacques Villeneuve
Robert Kubica
 
F1 chronology
BMW Motorsport director Mario Theissen

1982 Piquet and Riccardo Patrese at the wheel, score their first Formula One points on 9th May in Zolder at the Belgian Grand Prix (Piquet finishing 5th); first GP wins in Montreal on 13th June in the Canadian GP
(fifth race, Piquet); first pole position in Zeltweg on 15th August, in the Austrian GP (Piquet). 

1983  Nelson Piquet wins the Drivers’ Formula One World Championship at the wheel of a Brabham BMW;
first appearance of the BMW Formula One engine with the ATS Team (Manfred Winkelhock); Dieter Quester,

1984  Nelson Piquet finishes 5th in the Formula One World Championship in a Brabham BMW;
Teo Fabi, Corrado Fabi, and Manfred Winkelhock also drive a Brabham BMW; Gerhard Berger and Manfred Winkelhock drive an ATS BMW

1985  Nelson Piquet finishes 8th in the Formula One World Championship at the wheel of a Brabham BMW;
François Hesnault and Marc Surer drive a Brabham BMW, Gerhard Berger and Thierry Boutsen an Arrows BMW

1986  BMW supplies engines to the Brabham (Riccardo Patrese, Elio de Angelis, Derek Warwick), Arrows (Marc Surer, Thierry Boutsen, Christian Danner), and Benetton (Gerhard Berger, Teo Fabi) Formula One teams; Berger brings home the last grand prix win for a BMW 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbo in Mexico and finishes 7th in the World Championship

1987 Brabham (Riccardo Patrese, Andrea de Cesaris, Stefano Modena) still uses BMW engines in the Formula One World Championship; by the end of the turbo era, BMW engines look back at 91 starts, nine wins and 15 pole positions. 


1999  3rd place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship, BMW WilliamsF1 Team, Ralf Schumacher and Jenson Button

2001  3rd place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship, BMW WilliamsF1 Team, Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya (four wins, four pole positions).

2002 2nd place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship, BMW WilliamsF1 Team, Juan Pablo Montoya (3r place) and Ralf Schumacher (4th place), one one-two finish (Schumacher ahead of Montoya in Malaysia), seven pole positions (Montoya);

2003 2nd place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship, BMW WilliamsF1 Team, Juan Pablo Montoya (3rd) and Ralf Schumacher (5th), two one-two finishes (Schumacher ahead of Montoya, European and French GP), two single victories (Montoya, Monaco and Germany), four pole positions (Schumacher three, Montoya one);

2004 4th place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship, BMW WilliamsF1 Team, Juan Pablo Montoya (5th), Ralf Schumacher (9th), Antonio Pizzonia (15th), one win (Montoya, Brazil), one pole position (Schumacher, Canada)

2005  5th place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship, BMWWilliamsF1 Team, Mark Webber (10th), Nick Heidfeld (11th), Antonio Pizzonia (22nd.), four podium places, one pole position (Heidfeld, European GP);

2006 5th place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship,BMW Sauber F1 Team, Nick Heidfeld (9th), Jacques Villeneuve (15th),Robert Kubica (16th), two podium places

2007 2nd place FIA Formula One Constructors’ World Championship,BMW Sauber F1 Team, Nick Heidfeld (5th), Robert Kubica (6th), two podium places.

2008 3rd place FIA Formula One Constructors' World Championship,BMW Sauber F1 Team, Nick Heidfeld (6th), Robert Kubica (4th) ten podium places, one win (Kubica, Canadian GP)

2009 6th place FIA Formula One Constructors' World Championship,BMW Sauber F1 Team, Robert Kubica (14th), Nick Heidfeld (13th), two podium places.

 

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BMW - BMW-Sauber in 2007
BMW - BMW-Sauber in 2006
BMW - Pit stop in Munich
BMW - Pit stop in Hinwil
BMW - Wind tunnel

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 20:18
 

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