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1997 FF1M Season

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The 1997 FF1M Season was the 9th season of FF1M. It commenced on Sunday 26th April 2009 and finished on 5th July 2009 after seventeen races. Damon Hill won the Drivers Championship for the first time, narrowly pipping his Gui Racing team-mate Jacques Villeneuve and FJR driver David Coulthard after a season long battle. Hill and Villeneuve's team Gui Racing dominated the Constructors Championship scoring the 2nd highest points total in FF1M history.

Teams and Drivers

Team Engine Tyre No. Race Drivers Test Driver/s
AquinoPlus Ferrari B 1 Michael Schumacher
2 Mika Salo
Maestro Motorsport Ford (W) B 3 Mika Hakkinen
4 Johnny Herbert
Gui Racing Ferrari (W) B 5 Jacques Villeneuve
6 Damon Hill
Ajay Mugen G 7 Cristiano Da Matta
8 Ricardo Zonta
Juan Montoya
Willow Images Renault B 9 Gerhard Berger
10 Jean Alesi
FJR Renault (W) G 11 David Coulthard
12 Jos Verstappen
ARacing Ford G 14 Jan Magnussen
15 Alexander Wurz
VTR Renault (W) B 16 Allan McNish
17 Rubens Barrichello
JRacing Mercedes B 18 Pedro De La Rosa
19 Luca Badoer
Dodgem Ferrari B 20 Olivier Panis
21 Mark Blundell
Pedersen Mercedes (W) G 22 Eddie Irvine
23 Giancarlo Fisichella
Nicola Larini

Liveries

Results and Standings

Grands Prix

Rnd Country Circuit 1st 2nd 3nd
1 22px-Flag of Australia.svg-1- Australia Melbourne Damon Hill (Gui Racing) Rubens Barrichello (VTR) Michael Schumacher (AquinoPlus)
2 22px-Flag of Brazil.svg-1- Brazil Interlagos Damon Hill (Gui Racing) David Coulthard (FJR) Allan McNish (VTR)
3 22px-Flag of Argentina.svg-1- Argentina Buenos Aires Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Damon Hill (Gui Racing) Michael Schumacher (AquinoPlus)
4 22px-Flag of San Marino.svg-1- San Marino Imola Mika Hakkinen (Maestro Motorsport) Rubens Barrichello (VTR) Jos Verstappen (FJR)
5 22px-Flag of Spain.svg-1- Spain Barcelona Damon Hill (Gui Racing) Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Johnny Herbert (Maestro Motorsport)
6 22px-Flag of None.svg-1- Luxembourg Nurburgring Michael Schumacher (AquinoPlus) Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Allan McNish (VTR)
7 22px-Flag of Monaco.svg-1- Monaco Monte Carlo Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Rubens Barrichello (VTR) Damon Hill (Gui Racing)
8 22px-Flag of Canada.svg-1- Canada Montreal David Coulthard (FJR) Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Allan McNish (VTR)
9 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- France Magny Cours Jos Verstappen (FJR) Mika Hakkinen (Maestro Motorsport) Gerhard Berger (Willow Images)
10 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Great Britain Silverstone David Coulthard (FJR) Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Damon Hill (Gui Racing)
11 22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Germany Hockenheim David Coulthard (FJR) Johnny Herbert (Maestro Motorsport) Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing)
12 22px-Flag of Hungary.svg-1- Hungary Hungaroring Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Rubens Barrichello (VTR) Jos Verstappen (FJR)
13 22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium Spa Francorchamps Allan McNish (VTR) Damon Hill (Gui Racing) Rubens Barrichello (VTR)
14 22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Italy Monza Damon Hill (Gui Racing) Allan McNish (VTR) Rubens Barrichello (VTR)
15 22px-Flag of Austria.svg-1- Austria A1 Ring Rubens Barrichello (VTR) David Coulthard (FJR) Jos Verstappen (FJR)
16 22px-Flag of Japan.svg-1- Japan Suzuka Jos Verstappen (FJR) Jacques Villeneuve (Gui Racing) Rubens Barrichello (VTR)
17 22px-Flag of Europe.svg-1- Europe Jerez David Coulthard (FJR) Jos Verstappen (FJR) Mika Hakkinen (Maestro Motorsport)

Championship Standings

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Qualifying Results

Notes

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