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2. July 1997 - Oberstdorf
Monaco
German, Austrian
English, France, Spanish
1,82 m
70 Kg
MAXIMILIAN GÜNTHER

Calendar RACES 2021 ABB FIA Formula E 10 Jul 2021 24 Jul 2021 25 Jul 2021 NEW YORK CITY (USA) LONDON (UK) LONDON (UK) Official FIA Results >> Position 16 Jan 2021 13 Feb 2021 26 Feb 2021 27 Feb 2021 13 Mar 2021 10 Apr 2021 24 Apr 2021 8 May 2021 23 May 2021 5 Jun 2021 19 Jun 2021 SANTIAGO (CHILE) MEXICO CITY (MEXICO) DIRIYAH (SAUDI ARABIA) DIRIYAH (SAUDI ARABIA) SANYA (CHINA) ROME (ITALY) PARIS (FRANCE) MONACO (MONACO) SEOUL (SOUTH KOREA) TBC BERLIN (GERMANY) #

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A dream came true! Maximilian Günther competes with BMW i Andretti Motorsport in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship 2019/20 and becomes factory driver of the Munich-based manufacturer. Since the fifth season, the German has been competing in the world’s first all-electric FIA Championship for formula cars, which mostly takes place on street circuits at spectacular venues such as New York, Hong Kong, Paris, Rome and Berlin.

 Maximilian Günther has worked as a test and development driver for Jay Penske’s American team GEOX DRAGON since the beginning of 2018 and was significantly involved in the development of their Gen2 car. In the same year, the 21-year-old German took part in the FIA Formula 2 Championship, where he won the prestigious race at the Grand Prix of Great Britain. 

In Season 5 of the ABB FIA Formula E championship, Maximilian Günther was the youngest regular driver in the history of the racing series at the age of 21 years. In Paris and Bern he finished in the top 5 after a strong pace and scored a total of 20 points in his rookie season. With this performance the German attracted attention and recommended himself for a BMW factory cockpit.

 Maximilian Günther began his motorsport career in various junior racing series. His greatest successes to date include the runner-up title in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship 2016, the win at the historic Formula 3 Grand Prix de Pau 2017 and the win in the FIA Formula 2 at the Grand Prix of Great Britain at Silverstone. In 2016 and 2017 Maximilian Günther was in working as DTM test and replacement driver and Formula 1 simulator driver for Mercedes. Two times he was named Germany’s Motorsport Talent of the Year by the Deutsche Post Speed Academy and was also voted ADAC Junior Motorsportsman of the Year by a panel of experts in 2016.

2020 ABB FIA Formula E Championship (BMW i Andretti Motorsport)
Winner Chile/Santiago E-Prix
Winner German/Berlin E-Prix
2nd Marocco/Marrakesh E-Prix
2019 ABB FIA Formula E Championship (GEOX Dragon) – 5th place Paris E-Prix, 5th place Bern E-Prix
2018 FIA F2 Championship – Silverstone – 1st place, Bahrain – 2nd place
ABB FIA Formula E test- and reserve driver (Dragon Racing)
2017 Grand Prix de Pau – Winner
FIA F3 European Championship – 3rd place
FIA F3 World Championship Macau – 5th place
DTM test- and reserve driver (Mercedes AMG DTM)
Formula 1 simulator driver (Mercedes AMG F1)
2016 FIA F3 European Championship – Vice champion
ADAC Junior Motorsport Man of the Year – Germany
Motorsport Talent of the Year – Germany
DTM test- and reserve driver (Mercedes AMG DTM)
Formula 1 simulator driver (Mercedes AMG F1)
2015
Grand Prix de Pau – 2nd place
FIA F3 European Championship – 8th place
2014 ADAC Formel Masters – Vice champion
Motorsport Talent of the Year – Germany
2013 ADAC Formel Masters – Vice champion
2011 Formula BMW – Vice champion
2005-2010 Karting – Highlight: ADAC Kart Masters champion (2010)

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