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#1 Bleu

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Posted 28 February 2011 - 20:18

As we know, after F1 Grand Prix's, there's top three drivers on the podium along with a representative from the winning team.

I think it started around late 1990s when teams, mainly McLaren and Ferrari who were top teams at that point, started to cycle members there. I tried to look for some old photos to find who were on the podium in which race. From 2002 onwards I was able to find at least half of the members each year. This info is mostly from Sutton Images. So there is listing. I list also the races where I have info missing.

2002
Brazil: Ross Brawn
San Marino: Rory Byrne
Spain: Paolo Martinelli
France: Jean Todt
Hungary: Jean Todt
Belgium: Ross Brawn
Italy: Rory Byrne
USA: Paolo Martinelli
missing: Australia, Malaysia, Austria, Monaco, Canada, Europe, Britain, Germany, Japan

2003
Australia: Martin Whitmarsh
San Marino: Jean Todt
Spain: Ross Brawn
Austria: Paolo Martinelli
Monaco: Patrick Head
Canada: Chris Dyer
Germany: Dickie Stanford
Hungary: Flavio Briatore
Italy: Ross Brawn
Japan: Jean Todt
missing: Malaysia, Brazil*, Europe, France, Britain, USA

2004
Australia: Jean Todt
Bahrain: Nigel Stepney
San Marino: Rory Byrne
Spain: Paolo Martinelli
Monaco: Flavio Briatore
Canada: Chris Dyer
USA: Mattia Binotto
Britain: Ross Brawn
Germany: Paolo Martinelli
Hungary: Jean Todt
Italy: Gabriele delli Colli
China: Luca di Montezemolo
Japan: Ross Brawn
Brazil: Dickie Stanford
missing: Malaysia, Europe, France, Belgium

2005
Australia: Flavio Briatore
Malaysia: Flavio Briatore
Bahrain: Denis Chevrier
San Marino: Bob Bell
Monaco: Martin Whitmarsh
Europe: Flavio Briatore
Canada: Ron Dennis
USA: Ross Brawn
France: Jonathan Whietley
Britain: Adrian Newey
Germany: Flavio Briatore
Hungary: Ron Dennis
Italy: Martin Whitmarsh
Brazil: Norbert Haug
Japan: Ron Dennis
China: Flavio Briatore
missing: Spain, Turkey, Belgium

2006
Bahrain: Flavio Briatore
Australia: Rod Nelson
San Marino: Jean Todt
Europe: Ross Brawn
Spain: Flavio Briatore
Monaco: Flavio Briatore
Britain: Remi Matin
Canada: Steve Nielsen
USA: Ross Brawn
France: Jean Todt
Germany: Paolo Martinelli
Hungary: Takeo Fukui
Turkey: Rob Smedley
Italy: Jean Todt
China: Chris Dyer
Japan: Fabrice Lom
Brazil: Ross Brawn
missing: Malaysia

2007
Australia: Jean Todt
Malaysia: Ron Dennis
Bahrain: Luca Baldisseri
Spain: Aldo Costa
Monaco: Ron Dennis
Canada: Martin Whitmarsh
USA: Dieter Zetsche
France: Mario Almondo
Britain: Gilles Simon
Europe: Ron Dennis
Hungary: none
Turkey: Stefano Domenicali
Italy: Ron Dennis
Belgium: Chris Dyer
Japan: none
China: Rob Smedley
Brazil: Jean Todt

2008
Australia: Ron Dennis
Malaysia: Stefano Domenicali
Bahrain: Stefano Domenicali
Spain: Stefano Domenicali
Turkey: Francesco Uguzzoni
Monaco: Ron Dennis
Canada: Mario Theissen
France: Luca Baldisseri
Britain: Martin Whitmarsh
Germany: Norbert Haug
Hungary: Martin Whitmarsh
Europe: Rob Smedley
Belgium: Ron Dennis (win was taken away)
Italy: Gerhard Berger
Singapore: Flavio Briatore
China: Dave Ryan
Brazil: Stefano Domenicali
missing: Japan

2009
Australia: Ross Brawn
Malaysia: Andrew Shovlin
China: Christian Horner
Bahrain: Ron Meadows
Spain: Matt Deane
Monaco: Nick Fry
Britain: Adrian Newey
Germany: Jonathan Wheatley
Hungary: Martin Whitmarsh
Europe: Jock Clear
Belgium: Stefano Domenicali
Brazil: Kieran Pilbeam
Abu Dhabi: Christian Horner
missing: Turkey, Italy, Singapore, Japan

2010
Bahrain: Stefano Domenicali
Malaysia: Adrian Newey
China: Tim Goss
Spain: Kenny Handkammer
Monaco: Christian Horner
Turkey: Paddy Lowe
Canada: Dave Redding
Europe: Paul Monaghan
Britain: Peter Prodromou
Germany: Stefano Domenicali
Hungary: Darren Nicholls
Belgium: Phil Prew
Italy: Stefano Domenicali
Singapore: Aldo Costa
Japan: Adrian Newey
Korea: Chris Dyer
Brazil: Christian Horner
Abu Dhabi: Helmut Marko
missing: Australia

Edited by Bleu, 01 March 2011 - 09:07.


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#2 ferrarijon123

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Posted 28 February 2011 - 20:43

As we know, after F1 Grand Prix's, there's top three drivers on the podium along with a representative from the winning team.

I think it started around late 1990s when teams, mainly McLaren and Ferrari who were top teams at that point, started to cycle members there. I tried to look for some old photos to find who were on the podium in which race. From 2002 onwards I was able to find at least half of the members each year. This info is mostly from Sutton Images. So there is listing. I list also the races where I have info missing.

2002
Brazil: Ross Brawn
San Marino: Rory Byrne
Spain: Paolo Martinelli
France: Jean Todt
Hungary: Jean Todt
Belgium: Ross Brawn
Italy: Rory Byrne
USA: Paolo Martinelli
missing: Australia, Malaysia, Austria, Monaco, Canada, Europe, Britain, Germany, Japan

2003
Australia: Martin Whitmarsh
San Marino: Jean Todt
Spain: Ross Brawn
Austria: Paolo Martinelli
Monaco: Patrick Head
Canada: Chris Dyer
Germany: Dickie Stanford
Hungary: Flavio Briatore
Italy: Ross Brawn
Japan: Jean Todt
missing: Malaysia, Brazil*, Europe, France, Britain, USA

2004
Australia: Jean Todt
Bahrain: Nigel Stepney
San Marino: Rory Byrne
Spain: Paolo Martinelli
Monaco: Flavio Briatore
Canada: Chris Dyer
USA: Mattia Binotto
Britain: Ross Brawn
Germany: Paolo Martinelli
Hungary: Jean Todt
Italy: Gabriele delli Colli
China: Luca di Montezemolo
Japan: Ross Brawn
Brazil: Dickie Stanford
missing: Malaysia, Europe, France, Belgium

2005
Australia: Flavio Briatore
Malaysia: Flavio Briatore
Bahrain: Denis Chevrier
Monaco: Martin Whitmarsh
Europe: Flavio Briatore
Canada: Ron Dennis
USA: Ross Brawn
France: Jonathan Whietley
Britain: Adrian Newey
Germany: Flavio Briatore
Hungary: Ron Dennis
Italy: Martin Whitmarsh
Brazil: Norbert Haug
Japan: Ron Dennis
China: Flavio Briatore
missing: San Marino, Spain, Turkey, Belgium

2006
Bahrain: Flavio Briatore
Australia: Rod Nelson
San Marino: Jean Todt
Europe: Ross Brawn
Spain: Flavio Briatore
Monaco: Flavio Briatore
Britain: Remi Matin
Canada: Steve Nielsen
USA: Ross Brawn
France: Jean Todt
Germany: Paolo Martinelli
Hungary: Takeo Fukui
Turkey: Rob Smedley
Italy: Jean Todt
China: Chris Dyer
Japan: Fabrice Lom
Brazil: Ross Brawn
missing: Malaysia

2007
Australia: Jean Todt
Malaysia: Ron Dennis
Bahrain: Luca Baldisseri
Spain: Aldo Costa
Monaco: Ron Dennis
Canada: Martin Whitmarsh
USA: Dieter Zetsche
France: Mario Almondo
Britain: Gilles Simon
Europe: Ron Dennis
Hungary: none
Turkey: Stefano Domenicali
Italy: Ron Dennis
Belgium: Chris Dyer
Japan: none
China: Rob Smedley
Brazil: Jean Todt

2008
Australia: Ron Dennis
Malaysia: Stefano Domenicali
Bahrain: Stefano Domenicali
Spain: Stefano Domenicali
Turkey: Francesco Uguzzoni
Monaco: Ron Dennis
Canada: Mario Theissen
France: Luca Baldisseri
Britain: Martin Whitmarsh
Germany: Norbert Haug
Hungary: Martin Whitmarsh
Europe: Rob Smedley
Belgium: Ron Dennis (win was taken away)
Italy: Gerhard Berger
Singapore: Flavio Briatore
China: Dave Ryan
Brazil: Stefano Domenicali
missing: Japan

2009
Australia: Ross Brawn
Malaysia: Andrew Shovlin
China: Christian Horner
Bahrain: Ron Meadows
Spain: Matt Deane
Monaco: Nick Fry
Britain: Adrian Newey
Germany: Jonathan Wheatley
Hungary: Martin Whitmarsh
Europe: Jock Clear
Belgium: Stefano Domenicali
Brazil: Kieran Pilbeam
Abu Dhabi: Christian Horner
missing: Turkey, Italy, Singapore, Japan

2010
Bahrain: Stefano Domenicali
Malaysia: Adrian Newey
China: Tim Goss
Spain: Kenny Handkammer
Monaco: Christian Horner
Turkey: Paddy Lowe
Canada: Dave Redding
Europe: Paul Monaghan
Britain: Peter Prodromou
Germany: Stefano Domenicali
Hungary: Darren Nicholls
Belgium: Phil Prew
Italy: Stefano Domenicali
Singapore: Aldo Costa
Japan: Adrian Newey
Korea: Chris Dyer
Brazil: Christian Horner
Abu Dhabi: Helmut Marko
missing: Australia

Domenicalli seems to hog the ferrari podiums. :)
Interesting to see Andrea stella hasn't been up despite being Raikkonens engineer and alonso's. And also because Smedleys been up.

#3 KavB

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Posted 28 February 2011 - 21:00

Domenicalli and Briatore are quite selfish!

#4 ryan86

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 00:42

Can they send the other driver up if he doesn't make the podium, but say wins the title by finishing 5th?

#5 Disgrace

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 01:06

Domenicalli seems to hog the ferrari podiums. :)
Interesting to see Andrea stella hasn't been up despite being Raikkonens engineer and alonso's. And also because Smedleys been up.


Great, quote it all, why not? :wave:

#6 BigCHrome

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 03:42

Has Frank Williams ever been up there? Its crazy to see that Dave Ryan was the last McLaren representative up there in the old winglet era.

#7 uzi

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 06:04

2008 Belgium Ron Dennis (win was taken away)
2008 Flavio Briatore (win stays)

Amazing facts of formula 1

(sorry for off topic)


#8 ferrarijon123

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 08:05

Great, quote it all, why not? :wave:

Sorry :)

#9 Suntrek

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 08:38

Imola 2005: Bob Bell

http://www.motorspor...-sm-xp-0930.jpg

#10 goldenboy

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 09:01

I vaguely remember something about webber wanting his mechanic - nicknamed crunch or something I believe - on the podium in the british GP, but he was shot down pretty quickly :lol:

#11 Bleu

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 09:07

Interesting point is that Smedley was there in China 2007 while Räikkönen won.

I think it was interesting not to see Pat Symonds here. Before crashgate he was one of key figures in the team.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 09:22

Domenicalli and Briatore are quite selfish!

Yet only once for Luca DiMontezemolo (China 2004)?
Probably because there aren't any microphones up there. :p

#13 HistoryFan

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 21:50

has someone a list before 2002?

#14 Bleu

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 07:11

Here's what I have for 2000 and 2001.

2000
Ross Brawn in Malaysia and USA
Jean Todt in Japan
Iganzio Lunetta in Canada
Nigel Stepney in Europe

Ron Dennis in Monaco

2001
Jean Todt in Australia and Hungary
Ross Brawn in Malaysia and Belgium
Paolo Martinelli in Spain
Nigel Stepney in Europe

Martin Whitmarsh in Britain

For 2011-13 I have all but Australian GP 2012.

2011
RBR:
Rob Marshall in Australia
Adrian Newey in Malaysia, Belgium and India
Will Courtney in Brazil
Peter Prodromou in Spain
Christian Horner in Monaco and Korea
Ian Morgan in Europe
Stefano Sordo in Italy
Mark Ellis in Turkey
Tim Malyom in Singapore

McLaren
Paddy Lowe in Canada and Japan
Simon Roberts in Germany
Dave Robson in Hungary
Jonathan Neale in China
Andy Latham in Abu Dhabi

Ferrari
Stefano Domenicali in Britain

2012
RBR
Adrian Newey in Monaco and Korea
Peter Prodromou in Britain
Paul Monaghan in Japan
Christian Horner in Bahrain
Ole Schack in Singapore
Jonathan Wheatley in India

McLaren
Tim Goss in Brazil
Martin Whitmarsh in Canada and USA
Sam Michael in Hungary
Paddy Lowe in Belgium
Phil Prew in Italy

Ferrari
Stefano Domenicali in Malaysia
Andrea Stella in Europe
Pat Fry in Germany

Mercedes, Williams, Lotus
Norbert Haug in China
Dickie Stanford in Spain
Eric Boullier in Abu Dhabi

2013
Australia: Alan Permane
Malaysia: Adrian Newey
China: Piero Lardi Ferrari
Bahrain: Gill Jones
Spain: Stefano Domenicali
Monaco: Ross Brawn
Canada: Guillaume Rocquelin


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 10:56

1986 British Grand Prix: Ginny Williams

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 11:14

2012 Australia

2010 Australia Martin Whitmarsh

2009 Turkey
2009 Italy
2009 Singapore Pat Fry
2009 Japan Guillaume Rocquelin

2008 Japan

Edited by plumtree, 21 June 2013 - 11:21.


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 14:12

2012 Australia

2010 Australia Martin Whitmarsh

2009 Turkey
2009 Italy
2009 Singapore Pat Fry
2009 Japan Guillaume Rocquelin

2008 Japan


Whitmarsh was team boss by 2010, so I don't think he counts.

That 2009 Italy video is annoying, it says the chaps name, but is such poor quality you can't read it.

#18 plumtree

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 15:34

Whitmarsh was team boss by 2010, so I don't think he counts.

My reply was meant to be filling in the blanks. :)

2008
missing: Japan

2009
missing: Turkey, Italy, Singapore, Japan

2010
missing: Australia

For 2011-13 I have all but Australian GP 2012.


That 2009 Italy video is annoying, it says the chaps name, but is such poor quality you can't read it.

I couldn't find any picture of the Brawn team member on the podium (other than this), so I put the youtube link instead. Still it's better than nothing? I think someone who knows the guy can tell us who he is.

Edited by plumtree, 22 June 2013 - 12:38.


#19 Bleu

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 09:32

I have found some more not stated in the opening post. These are the ones I have missing from 2000 onwards.


2000
Australia, San Marino, Germany, Italy (Ferrari)
Spain, Austria, France, Britain, Hungary, Belgium (McLaren)

2001
Brazil, Austria, USA (McLaren)
San Marino, Canada, Germany, Italy (Williams)
Monaco, France, Japan (Ferrari)

2002
Australia, Austria, Europe, Britain, Germany, Japan (Ferrari)
Malaysia (Williams)

although I found this picture from Japan:
http://cdn-1.motorsp.../61691/s1_1.jpg

2003
Malaysia, Brazil (McLaren)
Europe, France (Williams)

2004
Malaysia, Europe, France (Ferrari)
Belgium (McLaren)

2005
Spain (McLaren)

Apparently the distance to the podium in Spa was so long that no McLaren member made it in Spa, so they gave constructor's trophy to Kimi as well.

2006
Malaysia (Renault)

2008
Japan (Renault)

2009
Italy, Turkey (Brawn)

2012
Australia (McLaren)



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#20 TheThirdTenor1

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 12:21

2002
Australia, Austria, Europe, Britain, Germany, Japan (Ferrari)
Malaysia (Williams)

although I found this picture from Japan:
http://cdn-1.motorsp.../61691/s1_1.jpg


This looks like Gilles Simon.

Good effort to put all these together :up: I will try and fill in the gaps with the classic races i have stored on my laptop. :)