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Jacques Villeneuve (CAN) Williams Renault FW19. Formula One World Championship, Rd1, Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne, Australia, 9 March 1997.
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Jacques Villeneuve is looking forward to his first race at Watkins Glen International
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The helmet of Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) BMW Sauber F1 Team. BMW Sauber Roll Out, Valencia, Spain, 17 January 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
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Date of birth April 9, 1971
Place of Birth Quebec, Canada
Active Years 1996–2006
Grand Prix Debut 1996 Australian GP
World Titles 1 (1997)
Grand Prix Wins 11
Pole Positions 13
Fastest Laps 9
N0. of Podiums 23
Total career points 235
Races competed 165 (164 starts)
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Jacques Villeneuve won the 1995 CART Championship, the 1995 Indianapolis 500 and the 1997 Formula One World Championship, making him only the third driver after Mario Andretti and Emerson Fittipaldi to achieve such a feat. To date, no other Canadian has won the Indianapolis 500 or the F1 Drivers' title. Following two successful years in CART, Villeneuve moved into Formula One with the front running Williams team, alongside Damon Hill. In his debut season, Villeneuve challenged Hill for the title. the 1997 World Championship, with Villeneuve going on to take third place in the race, and the overall title. The last year in which Villeneuve would win a championship level race and finish the season in the top three was 1997, and his career declined afterwards. The Sauber team were bought out by BMW for the following season and Villeneuve struggled to score points, taking seven points from eleven rounds before suffering an injury in Germany. The Canadian was replaced by Robert Kubica and soon BMW and Villeneuve parted company. Outside Formula One, Villeneuve has taken on several new careers: in sportscar racing, racing for Peugeot in the 2007 and 2008 24 Hours of Le Mans, jumping to NASCAR in August 2007 and racing as an invited driver in the Argentinian Top Race V6 series, and in music, so far releasing one album titled Private Paradise. In January 2007, Villeneuve purchased a $3 million home in Westmount in Montreal. His mother was the real estate agent responsible for the sale of the home. Jacques owned a trendy nightclub and
The Formula One World Drivers' Championship (WDC) is awarded by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) to the most successful Formula One racing car driver over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. The Drivers' Championship was first awarded in 1950, to Nino Farina. The first driver to win multiple Championships was Alberto Ascari, in 1952 and 1953. The current Drivers' Champion is Sebastian Vettel, who won his first World Championship in 2010.
Third placed Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) Williams celebrates becoming the World Champion with the Williams team. European Grand Prix, Rd 17, Jerez, Spain, 26 October 1997.
Race winner Damon Hill (GBR), Williams FW18. German Grand Prix, Rd11, Hockenheim, Germany. 28 July 1996.
Ayrton Senna (BRA) Mclaren MP4-4 1988
Nigel Mansell (GBR) Williams. Formula One World Championship, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, 14 June 1992
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Pole sitter and race winner Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) Williams FW19. Formula One World Championship, Spanish Grand Prix, Rd6, Barcelona, Spain, 25th May 1997.
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2010 V8 SupercarChampionship Rod Nash Racing N/C
  Nascar Nationwide Series Braun Racing Toyota 77th
  Nascar Sprint Cup Series Braun Racing Toyota 69th
2009 Top Race V6   N/C
  Nascar Canadian Tire Jacombs Racing Ford 33rd
  Nascar Nationwide Series Braun Racing Toyota 107
2008-09 Speedcar Series Durango 11th
2008 Top Race V6 Oro Racing Team N/C
  Le Mans 24 Hours Team Peugeot Total LMP1 2nd
  Le Mans Series Team Peugeot Total LMP1 9th
  Speedcar Series Speedcar Team 13th
  Nascar Nationwide Series Braun Racing Toyota 111
2007 Le Mans 24 Hours Team Peugeot Total LMP1 N/C
  Nascar Craftsman Truck Bill Davis Racing Toyota 59 th
  NASCAR Nextel Cup Bill Davis Racing Toyota 60 th
2006 Formula 1 BMW Sauber F1 team 15 th
2005 Formula 1 Credit Suisse Sauber Petronas 14 th
2004 Formula 1 Mild Seven Renault F1 team 21 st
2003 Formula 1 Lucky Strike BAR Honda 16 th
2002 Formula 1 Lucky Strike BAR Honda 12th
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  Nicolas Minassian (FRA)  Marc Gene (ESP)  Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) Team Total Peugeot 908 HDi FAP. Le Mans 24 Hours, Circuit du Sarthe, France, 16  17 June 2007 DIGITAL IMAGE  
  Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) BMW Sauber F1.06. Formula One World Championship, Rd 11, French Grand Prix, Practice Day, Magny-Cours, France, 14 July 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE  
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Luca Badoer (ITA) Ferrari F60. Formula One World Championship, Rd 12, Belgian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, Friday 28 August 2009.
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Nigel Mansell (GBR) Williams FW11, 4th place. Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, 11 May 1986
First Nigel Mansell (GBR) Ferrari. Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary, 13 August 1989.
Damon Hill (GBR) Jordan J198 Mugen-Honda in the pit garage. Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, 30 August 1998.
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