BelgiumStoffel Vandoorne

Stoffel Vandoorne
Current Team
DS Penske
Number
#2
Birthday
03/26/1992
Country
Belgien
Twitter
@svandoorne
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@svandoorne
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Stoffel Vandoorne won the F4 Eurocup 1.6 in 2010. Two years later, he became champion in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup and switched to Formula Renault 3.5. He was also included in the development squad of the McLaren Formula 1 team. After winning the runner-up title, he switched to the GP2 series, where he was also runner-up at the first attempt. The following year, he won the GP2 championship.

Since there was still no place for him in McLaren's Formula 1 team, he contested a season in the Japanese Super Formula in 2016, finishing fourth. He also replaced the injured Fernando Alonso at the Bahrain Grand Prix, where he finished tenth and scored a championship point on debut. In 2017, he became Alonso's teammate at McLaren Honda, but failed to impress in two full years.

On October 15, 2018, Vandoorne was announced as a driver for the new German Formula E team HWA Racelab - the vanguard of what would later become the Mercedes factory team. At the 2019 Rome E-Prix, the Belgian scored his first podium finish in Formula E. After his debut season, he was given a cockpit with the Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E team, as expected. He finally achieved his first victory in the electric series at the 2020 season finale in Berlin. Vandoorne finished the season as runner-up. In 2022, he finally won the world championship title with Mercedes.

In 2023, he moved to DS Penske as the reigning Formula E World Champion. However, the season was very disappointing for the Belgian, who only finished eleventh in the overall standings.

Statistics

1

Championships

3

Wins

1

Best Race Position

7.80

Ø Race Position

16

Podiums

8

Pole Positions

14

Super Pole Participations

18

Group Wins

10.23

Ø Grid Position

3

Fastest Laps

55

FANBOOSTs

526

Points

83

Races

2,664

Race Laps

6,929.17 km

Race Distance

19

Test Days

1,117

Test Laps

3,495.27 km

Test Distance

Results

P Pts Laps Total Time Best Lap Grid Positions GW FANBOOST
8
2024 Hankook Mexico City E-Prix - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (2023), Stadt: Mexico City | Land: Mexico
4 37 00:50:29.898 00:01:15.288 8 0
14
2024 Diriyah E-Prix (1/2) - Riyadh Street Circuit (2021), Stadt: Diriyah | Land: Saudi Arabia
0 37 00:46:24.818 00:01:12.243 11
3
5
2024 Diriyah E-Prix (2/2) - Riyadh Street Circuit (2021), Stadt: Diriyah | Land: Saudi Arabia
10 36 00:43:55.265 00:01:11.428 4
1
8
2024 Sao Paulo E-Prix - Sao Paulo Street Circuit, Stadt: Sao Paulo | Land: Brazil
4 34 00:53:09.888 00:01:16.022 2
6
16
2024 Tokyo E-Prix - Tokyo Street Circuit, Stadt: Tokyo | Land: Japan
0 35 00:53:44.400 00:01:23.112 18
2
8
2024 Misano E-Prix (1/2) - Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Stadt: Misano Adriatico | Land: Italy
4 28 00:40:12.815 00:01:20.928 18
10
2024 Misano E-Prix (2/2) - Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Stadt: Misano Adriatico | Land: Italy
0 22 00:33:24.900 00:01:20.044 6 -
3
2024 Monaco E-Prix - Monaco Grand Prix Circuit (2022), Stadt: Monaco | Land: Monaco
15 31 00:58:19.290 00:01:32.564 2
1
7
2024 SUN Minimeal Berlin E-Prix (1/2) - Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit (2024), Stadt: Berlin | Land: Germany
6 46 01:02:01.302 00:01:04.659 2
5
20
2024 SUN Minimeal Berlin E-Prix (2/2) - Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit (2024), Stadt: Berlin | Land: Germany
0 41 00:48:31.796 00:01:04.827 8
12
9
2024 Shanghai E-Prix (1/2) - Shanghai International Circuit, Stadt: Shanghai | Land: China
2 29 00:38:07.529 00:01:16.597 8
1
6
2024 Shanghai E-Prix (2/2) - Shanghai International Circuit, Stadt: Shanghai | Land: China
8 28 00:36:08.461 00:01:15.994 2
4

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