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– Formula BMW
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James Winslow

Great Britain
Date of birth:April 16, 1981 (33 y/o)
Place of birth:Witham, Essex
Races entered:197
Pole positions:28
Fastest laps:39
Race win percentage:28.43%
(the above statistics are a summary of the data currently available on the Career details page.)

Racing career highlights

Second in Asian Le Mans Series - LMP2 2013.
Australian Formula 3 champion 2012.
Third in Australian Sports Racer Series - Class One 2012.
Second in Formula 3 Australia 2011.
Australian Formula 3 champion 2008.
Second in Formula 3 Australia - Indy F3 Challenge 2008.
Asian Formula Renault V6 champion 2007.
Asian Formula 3 champion 2006.
Third in Formula 3 Asia 2005.

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).

2014 2 races. 0 wins. 2 podiums. 1 pole position. 2 fastest race laps.
2013 21 races. 7 wins. 14 podiums. 3 pole positions. 8 fastest race laps.
2012 43 races. 18 wins. 32 podiums. 5 pole positions. 11 fastest race laps.
2011 23 races. 9 wins. 16 podiums. 4 pole positions. 10 fastest race laps.
2010 7 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2009 14 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2008 20 races. 6 wins. 12 podiums. 3 pole positions. 4 fastest race laps.
2007 28 races. 6 wins. 14 podiums. 5 pole positions. 4 fastest race laps.
2006 23 races. 9 wins. 19 podiums. 7 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2005 12 races. 1 win. 6 podiums. 0 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
2004 2 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2003 Karting. Race statistics not covered by Driver Database.
1999 2 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. ? pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.

James Winslow's profile page has been viewed 8443 times.

This profile page was last modified 2014-04-01 15:47:37 by Mark Alan Jones
Modification: Australian GT Championship - GT Trophy class 2014

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