Timo Glock

Team: Marussia
Nationality: German
Podiums: 3
Points: 51
GP entered: 82
World Championships: 0
Highest race finish: 2 (x2)
Highest grid position: 2 (x1)
Date of Birth: 18/03/1982
Place of Birth: Lindenfels

2012 Results

GP Grid Race Pts.
Australia 20 14 0
Malaysia 20 17 0
China 20 19 0
Bahrain 23 19 0
Spain 21 18 0
Monaco 19 14 0
Canada 21 Ret 0
Europe DNS 0
Great Britain * * *

Career History

Despite tough first half of the season, signs new multi-year contract with Virgin in July. Team’s first points remain elusive, however, and he ends year 25th overall.
An Impressive pace relative to his machinery puts the new Virgin team into Q2 at round
three in Malaysia, but he is ultimately let down by the car’s poor reliability, failing to
finish six of the first eight races. His best result is  14th place in Japan,
en route to a lowly 25th in the final standings.
A Hit-and-miss season. Takes third place in Malaysia and an excellent second in Singapore, but struggles to make top six elsewhere. He misses the final two rounds after injuring his  back in a qualyfing crash at Suzuka. Signs for new Virgin team for 2010.
An Impressive first season with Toyota, despite a couple of huge accidents. He Scores
six times and takes his maiden F1 podium with a second place in Hungary. Finishes season tenth overall with 25 points, just six shy of veteran team mate Jarno Trulli.
Retained for 2009.
He wins the GP2 series on his second attempt, taking five victories. Named as a
BMW Sauber test driver, making nine appearances for the squad. Secures
Toyota race seat for 2008.
Back to Europe for GP2 championship finishing fourth after scoring two wins.
Spends season away from F1 competing in the Champ Car series for the Rocketsports racing team. His Best finish is a second place in Montreal.
Scores two points on an unexpected Grand Prix debut with Jordan in Canada,
after Giorgio Pantano withdraws and returns to race seat for further three
races after Pantano’s contract is terminated.
Fifth in International F3 Euro series, with three race wins and a further three podium results.
Third in German Formula Three championship.
BMW-ADAC Formula Champion.
First in BMW-ADAC Formula Junior Cup.
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