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– Winning first race. Karts in 1987.
 
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Eric Salignon

France
Date of birth:July 22, 1982 (31 y/o)
Place of birth:Carpentras
Races entered:112
Wins:17
Podiums:31
Pole positions:16
Fastest laps:19
Race win percentage:15.18%
(the above statistics are a summary of the data currently available on the Career details page.)

Racing career highlights


Second in Masters of Formula 3 2004.
Second in Formula Renault 2.0 France 2002.
European Formula Renault 2.0 champion 2002.
French Formula Renault 2.0 champion 2001.

Karting career highlights


Winner of the Monaco Kart Cup in the Formula A class 1997.
Winner of the Monaco Kart Cup in the ICA Junior class 1995.

Racing career summary


The following numbers are a summary of the more detailed information available in the Career details. Seasons spanning over two years (for example 2009-10 championships) have their race results accounted for in the year the championship ends (2010 in the previous example).

2006 15 races. 2 wins. 2 podiums. 0 pole positions. 1 fastest race lap.
2005 15 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 1 pole position. 2 fastest race laps.
2004 19 races. 3 wins. 6 podiums. 3 pole positions. 4 fastest race laps.
2003 23 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 1 pole position. 1 fastest race lap.
2002 14 races. 7 wins. 10 podiums. 5 pole positions. 4 fastest race laps.
2001 18 races. 5 wins. 11 podiums. 6 pole positions. 6 fastest race laps.
2000 8 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 1 fastest race lap.
1999 Karting. Race statistics not covered by Driver Database.
1997 Karting. Race statistics not covered by Driver Database.
1996 Karting. Race statistics not covered by Driver Database.
1995 Karting. Race statistics not covered by Driver Database.




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