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Jon Barnes

Great Britain
Date of birth:September 20, 1983 (30 y/o)
Place of birth:Basingstoke, Southampton
Races entered:135
Pole positions:28
Fastest laps:4
Race win percentage:27.41%
(the above statistics are a summary of the data currently available on the Career details page.)

Racing career highlights

British GT champion in the GT3 class 2008.
Formula Palmer Audi champion 2006.
Cosworth Caterham Masters champion 2005.
Second in Caterham Superlight Championship R400 2004.
Caterham Eurocup champion 2004.
Second in Caterham Super Graduates 2002.
Second in Mallory Park Plum Pudding Race 2001.

Karting career highlights

Winner of the Caterham Karting Challenge 2008.

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).

2010 3 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2009 5 races. 2 wins. 2 podiums. 1 pole position. 0 fastest race laps.
2008 14 races. 4 wins. 8 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2007 17 races. 0 wins. 5 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2006 15 races. 9 wins. 13 podiums. 5 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
2005 16 races. 7 wins. 9 podiums. 5 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2004 24 races. 7 wins. 17 podiums. 5 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
2003 25 races. 2 wins. 9 podiums. 4 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
2002 15 races. 6 wins. 13 podiums. 7 pole positions. 4 fastest race laps.
2001 1 race. 0 wins. 1 podium. 1 pole position. 0 fastest race laps.
2000 Karting. Race statistics not covered by Driver Database.

Jon Barnes's profile page has been viewed 5627 times.

This profile page was last modified 2014-01-08 14:02:01 by Jon Barnes
Modification: Helmet photograph

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