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Former F1 driver
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2007 Wins 24 Hours of Daytona, with S. Pruett and S. Duran
2006 Team McLaren Mercedes Driver. Signs up for 2007 with Chip Ganassi Racing to race NASCAR.
2005 Team McLaren Mercedes: 60 points; fourth in the Drivers’ Championship; winner in Britain, Italy and Brazil; second in Germany; third in Turkey.
2004 BMW WilliamsF1: 58 points; fifth in the Drivers Championship; winner in Brazil; second in Malaysia; third in San Marino.
2003 BMW WilliamsF1: 82 points; third in the Drivers Championship; winner at Monaco and Germany; second in Europe, France, Britain and Italy; third in Canada and Hungary.
2002 BMW WilliamsF1: 50 points; third in the Drivers Championship; second in Australia, Malaysia, Spain and Germany; third in Austria, Britain and Belgium. Fastest ever quali fying lap at Monza.
2001 BMW WilliamsF1: 31 points; sixth in the Drivers’ Championship; winner in Italy; second in Spain, European Grand Prix at the Nürburgring and Japan.
2000 Ninth in the CART Championship Series, three wins, seven pole positions; winner of the Indianapolis 500 on his first attempt.
1999 Winner in the CART Championship Series, CART Rookie of the Year, seven wins, seven pole positions, youngest champion in the history of the series.
1998 Winner of the FIA International Formula 3000 Championship (Team Super Nova) with record points total (65 points); moved to North America to join Target Chip Ganassi Racing; WilliamsF1 test driver.
1997 Second in the FIA International Formula 3000 Championship (Marko Team) ; first Formula One test (WiliamsF1).
1996 Fourth in the Masters race in Zandvoort; British Formula 3 Championship, two wins; first in the Bogotá Six Hours; took part in the ITC Race at Silverstone with Mercedes-Benz
1995 Third in the British Formula Vauxhall Championship; class win in the Bogotá Six Hours
1994 Karting Sudam 125, class win; third in the Barber Saab Championship in USA; pole position and circuit record prototype class Mexico; Formula N class Mexico, three wins in five races, four pole positions.
1993 Nationale Tournament Swift GTI Championship in Colombia, seven wins in eight races, seven poles.
1992 Took part in the Skip Barber Course in USA; Copa Formula Renault in Colombia, four wins in eight races, five pole positions.
1990-1991 Kart Junior World Championship
1989-1984 Several Colombian local and national titles in the Children?s Kart Championship and the Kart Komet category.
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Juan Pablo Montoya Roldan
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Juan Pablo Montoya Roldán (born September 20, 1975), known professionally as Juan Pablo Montoya, is a Colombian racing driver, who has multiple top ten finishes in the year end standings for Champ Car (including 1999 champion), NASCAR (8th in 2009), IndyCar (including 2nd in 2015) and Formula 1 (including 3rd in 2002 and 2003). He is a two-time and current (2015) winner of the Indianapolis 500. He currently competes in the Verizon IndyCar Series driving for Team Penske.
Sebastian (son), Paulina (daughter), Manuela (daughter).
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Married||Juan Pablo Montoya and Connie Freydell have been married since 26th Oct 2002.|||