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List of Macau Grand Prix winners

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard Verschoor achieved victory in the 2019 edition.
Richard Verschoor achieved victory in the 2019 edition.

The Macau Grand Prix (Portuguese: Grande Prémio de Macau; Chinese: 澳門格蘭披治大賽車) is an annual automobile road event for single seater racing cars held on the Guia Circuit in the streets of Macau.[1][2] It was founded in 1954 by Fernando Macedo Pinto, Carlos da Silva and Paulo Antas as a local treasure hunt for car enthusiasts in the Pearl River Delta territory,[2][3] but Swiss expatriate Paul Dutoit suggested that the route be used for local professional motor races.[3][4] The race has variously been held to sports car, Formula Libre, Formula Pacific, Formula 3 (F3) and Formula 4 regulations throughout its history,[5][6] and drivers consider it an event to progress to higher class series such as Formula One.[1] The event is composed of two races: a eight-lap qualifying race to decide the starting order for the twelve-lap main event. Each winner is presented with a trophy at a ceremony on a podium following the conclusion of both events and the final results of the main race determines the winner.[a][8]

John MacDonald holds the record for the most Macau Grand Prix victories, having won the race four times. Eight drivers Jan Bussell, António Félix da Costa, Arsenio Laurel, Geoff Lees, Edoardo Mortara, Riccardo Patrese, Felix Rosenqvist and Dan Ticktum have achieved two victories in Macau. Six drivers have won the race twice in succession but none have claimed three or more consecutive victories. Arsenio Laurel was the first driver to achieve consecutive victories when he won the 1961 race and the 1962 edition. MacDonald holds the records for the longest period of time between race wins along with his maiden victory and last–seven years between the 1965 race and the 1972 edition and ten years between the 1965 and 1975 event respectively. It has been won by British drivers 14 times, followed by Hong Kong racers with 9 wins and Italian competitors with 5 victories. Team TOM'S and Theodore Racing have the highest number of victories of any team with 5 each.[9][10] Ticktum is the youngest winner of the Macau Grand Prix; he was 18 years and 5 months old when he won the 2017 race.[11]

As of the 2019 edition, of the 66 editions of the event, there have been 54 race winners. The first winner of the Macau Grand Prix was local driver Eduardo de Carvalho at the 1954 event, and the most recent competitor to achieve their first victory in the territory was Hon Chio Leong of Macau who took his first win in the 2020 race.[9][10] The first competitor to win the Grand Prix held to F3 regulations was Brazilian Ayrton Senna for the West Surrey Racing team in the 1983 edition.[12] Winners of the support races and the motorcycling event are not included in this list.[9][10]

Winners

A man sporting black hair and wearing red racing overalls looking to the right of the camera
Riccardo Patrese won the Macau Grand Prix twice in succession in 1976 and 1977
A black and white photograph of a man sitting inside a stationary racing car without a racing helmet but in racing overalls
Roberto Moreno won the final Macau Grand Prix to be held to Formula Pacific rules in 1982
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Ayrton Senna was the first winner of the Macau Grand Prix staged to Formula 3 rules in 1983
A man in his mid-twenties wearing light blue and yellow racing overalls standing on the top step of a podium
Michael Schumacher, a future seven-time Formula One World Champion, won the race in 1990.
A man in his mid-twenties in white and turquoise racing overalls looking to the left of the camera
André Couto was the first Macanese driver to win the event under Formula 3 rules in 2000.
A man in his late twenties sporting a white baseball cap with a brand logo and dark red racing overalls and is speaking into a blue-coloured microphone at a press conference
Edoardo Mortara was the first driver to win successive races in the Formula 3 era in 2009 and 2010.
Macau Grand Prix winners[9][10][13]
Year Nationality Winner Entrant Chassis – Engine Rules[5] Ref
1954  Macau Eduardo de Carvalho N/A Triumph TR2 Sports car [14]
1955  Hong Kong Robert Ritchie N/A Austin-Healey 100 Sports car [15]
1956  Hong Kong Doug Steane N/A Mercedes-Benz 190SL Sports car [16]
1957  United Kingdom Arthur Pateman N/A Mercedes-Benz 300SL Sports car [17]
1958  Singapore Chan Lye Choun Singapore C. L. Choon Aston Martin DB3S Sports car [18]
1959  Hong Kong Ron Hardwick Hong Kong Ron Hardwick Jaguar XKSS Sports car [19]
1960  Hong Kong Martin Redfern Hong Kong Martin Redfern Jaguar XKSS Sports car [20]
1961  United Kingdom Peter Heath N/A Lotus 15-Climax Formula Libre [21]
1962  Philippines Arsenio Laurel N/A Lotus 22-Ford Formula Libre [22]
1963  Philippines Arsenio Laurel N/A Lotus 22-Ford Formula Libre [23]
1964  Hong Kong Albert Poon N/A Lotus 23-Ford Formula Libre [24]
1965  Hong Kong John MacDonald[b] N/A Lotus 18-Ford Formula Libre [26]
1966  Belgium Mauro Bianchi N/A Alpine-Renault T66 Formula Libre [27]
1967  Malaysia Tony Maw N/A Lotus 20B-Ford Formula Libre [28]
1968  Singapore Jan Bussell N/A Brabham BT23C-Ford Formula Libre [29]
1969  Australia Kevin Bartlett N/A Mildren-Waggott Formula Libre [30]
1970  Austria Dieter Quester West Germany BMW BMW F270 Formula Libre [31]
1971  Singapore Jan Bussell N/A McLaren M4C Formula Libre [32]
1972  Hong Kong John MacDonald[b] N/A Brabham BT36 Formula Libre [33]
1973  Hong Kong John MacDonald[b] N/A Brabham BT40 Formula Libre [34]
1974  Australia Vern Schuppan Hong Kong Theodore Racing March 72B-Ford Formula Pacific [35]
1975  Hong Kong John MacDonald[b] N/A Ralt RT1-Ford Formula Pacific [36]
1976  Australia Vern Schuppan Hong Kong Theodore Racing Ralt RT1-Ford Formula Pacific [37]
1977  Italy Riccardo Patrese Hong Kong Bob Harper Racing Chevron B40-Ford Formula Pacific [38]
1978  Italy Riccardo Patrese Hong Kong Bob Harper Racing Chevron B42-Ford Formula Pacific [39]
1979  United Kingdom Geoff Lees Hong Kong Theodore Racing Ralt RT1-Ford Formula Pacific [40]
1980  United Kingdom Geoff Lees Hong Kong Theodore Racing Ralt RT1-Ford Formula Pacific [41]
1981  United States Bob Earl Japan Hayashi Racing Hayashi 220P-Toyota Formula Pacific [42]
1982  Brazil Roberto Moreno Hong Kong Theodore Racing Ralt RT4-Ford Formula Pacific [43]
1983  Brazil Ayrton Senna United Kingdom West Surrey Racing Ralt RT3-Toyota Formula 3 [12]
1984  Denmark John Nielsen West Germany Volkswagen Motorsport Ralt RT3-Volkswagen Formula 3 [44]
1985  Brazil Maurício Gugelmin United Kingdom West Surrey Racing Ralt RT30-Volkswagen Formula 3 [45]
1986  United Kingdom Andy Wallace United Kingdom Madgwick Motorsport Reynard 863-Volkswagen Formula 3 [46]
1987  United Kingdom Martin Donnelly United Kingdom Intersport Racing Ralt RT31-Toyota Formula 3 [47]
1988  Italy Enrico Bertaggia Italy Forti Corse Dallara 388-Alfa Romeo Formula 3 [48]
1989  Australia David Brabham United Kingdom Bowman Racing Ralt RT33-Volkswagen/Spiess Formula 3 [49]
1990  Germany Michael Schumacher Germany WTS Racing Reynard 903-Volkswagen/Spiess Formula 3 [50]
1991  United Kingdom David Coulthard United Kingdom Paul Stewart Racing Ralt RT35-Mugen-Honda Formula 3 [51]
1992  Sweden Rickard Rydell Japan Team TOM'S TOM'S 032F-Toyota Formula 3 [52]
1993  Germany Jörg Müller Austria RSM Marko Dallara 393-Fiat Formula 3 [53]
1994  Germany Sascha Maassen West Germany WTS Racing Dallara F394-Opel Formula 3 [54]
1995  Germany Ralf Schumacher West Germany WTS Racing Dallara F394 Opel-Spiess Formula 3 [55]
1996  Ireland Ralph Firman United Kingdom Paul Stewart Racing Dallara F396 Honda-Mugen/NB Formula 3 [56]
1997  France Soheil Ayari France Graff Racing Dallara F396 Opel-Spiess Formula 3 [57]
1998  United Kingdom Peter Dumbreck Japan Team TOM'S Dallara F398 Toyota-TOM'S Formula 3 [58]
1999  United Kingdom Darren Manning Japan Team TOM'S Dallara F399 Toyota-TOM'S Formula 3 [59]
2000  Macau André Couto Germany Bertram Schäfer Racing Dallara F399 Opel-Spiess Formula 3 [60]
2001  Japan Takuma Sato United Kingdom Carlin Motorsport Dallara F301 Honda-Mugen Formula 3 [61]
2002  France Tristan Gommendy France ASM Dallara F302 Sodemo-Renault Formula 3 [62]
2003  France Nicolas Lapierre France Signature Plus Dallara F302 Renault-Sodemo Formula 3 [63]
2004  France Alexandre Prémat France ASM Dallara F304 Mercedes-HWA Formula 3 [64]
2005  Brazil Lucas di Grassi United Kingdom Manor Motorsport Dallara F304 Mercedes-HWA Formula 3 [65]
2006  United Kingdom Mike Conway United Kingdom Räikkönen Robertson Racing Dallara F306 Mercedes-HWA Formula 3 [66]
2007  United Kingdom Oliver Jarvis Japan Team TOM'S Dallara F306 Toyota-TOM'S Formula 3 [67]
2008  Japan Keisuke Kunimoto Japan Team TOM'S Dallara F308 Toyota-TOM'S Formula 3 [68]
2009  Italy Edoardo Mortara France Signature Plus Dallara F308-Volkswagen Formula 3 [69]
2010  Italy Edoardo Mortara France Signature Plus Dallara F308-Volkswagen Formula 3 [70]
2011  Spain Daniel Juncadella Italy Prema Powerteam Dallara F308 HWA-Mercedes Formula 3 [71]
2012  Portugal António Félix da Costa United Kingdom Carlin Motorsport Dallara F312-Volkswagen Formula 3 [72]
2013  United Kingdom Alex Lynn Italy Prema Powerteam Dallara F312-Mercedes Formula 3 [73]
2014  Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Germany Mücke Motorsport Dallara F312-Mercedes-HWA Formula 3 [74]
2015  Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Italy Prema Powerteam Dallara F312-Mercedes Formula 3 [75]
2016  Portugal António Félix da Costa United Kingdom Carlin Dallara F312-Volkswagen Formula 3 [76]
2017  United Kingdom Dan Ticktum Germany Motopark with VEB Dallara F317-Volkswagen Formula 3 [77]
2018  United Kingdom Dan Ticktum Germany Motopark Academy Dallara F318-Volkswagen Formula 3 [78]
2019  Netherlands Richard Verschoor Netherlands MP Motorsport Dallara F3 2019-Mecachrome FIA Formula 3 Championship [79]
2020  Macau Hon Chio Leong China Smart Life Racing Team MygaleGeely M14-F4 Formula 4 China [80]

Records

By driver

Multiple wins by driver[9][10]
Name Wins Years
John MacDonald 4 1965, 1972, 1973, 1975
Jan Bussell 2 1968, 1971
António Félix da Costa 2 2012, 2016
Arsenio Laurel 2 1962, 1963
Geoff Lees 2 1979, 1980
Edoardo Mortara 2 2009, 2010
Felix Rosenqvist 2 2014, 2015
Vern Schuppan 2 1974, 1976
Dan Ticktum 2 2017, 2018

By nationality

Victories by nationality[9][10]
Nationality Wins Drivers
 United Kingdom 14 12
 Hong Kong 9 6
 Italy 5 3
 Brazil 4 4
 Germany 4 4
 France 4 4
 Australia 4 3
 Macau 3 3
 Singapore 3 2
 Sweden 3 2
 Japan 2 2
 Philippines 2 1
 Portugal 2 1
 Austria 1 1
 Belgium 1 1
 Denmark 1 1
 Ireland 1 1
 Malaysia 1 1
 Netherlands 1 1
 Spain 1 1
 United States 1 1

By entrant

Wins by entrant
Entrant Wins Drivers
Japan Team TOM'S 5 5
Hong Kong Theodore Racing 5 4
Italy Prema Powerteam 3 3
Germany WTS Racing 3 3
United Kingdom Carlin 3 2
France Signature Plus 3 2
France ASM 2 2
Hong Kong Bob Harper Racing 2 2
United Kingdom Paul Stewart Racing 2 2
United Kingdom West Surrey Racing 2 2
Germany Motopark Academy 2 1
Germany Bertram Schäfer Racing 1 1
United Kingdom Bowman Racing 1 1
West Germany BMW 1 1
Hong Kong C. L. Choon 1 1
Italy Forti Corse 1 1
France Graff Racing 1 1
Japan Hayashi Racing 1 1
United Kingdom Intersport Racing 1 1
United Kingdom Madgwick Motorsport 1 1
United Kingdom Manor Motorsport 1 1
Hong Kong Martin Redfern 1 1
Netherlands MP Motorsport 1 1
Germany Mücke Motorsport 1 1
United Kingdom Räikkönen Robertson Racing 1 1
Austria RSM Marko 1 1
China Smart Life Racing Team 1 1
West Germany Volkswagen Motorsport 1 1

Notes

  1. ^ Before that, the overall winner was determined over two 15-lap legs.[7]
  2. ^ a b c d Scottish-born MacDonald was a resident of Hong Kong at the time of his victories.[25]

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