Alessandro Zanardi - Career and Success:

Season   Series / Class Standing Team / Car / Races
2015 GT Blancpain Endurance Series, Class PRO Cup 71.
ROAL Motorsport, BMW Z4 GT3 (E89)
(2 of 5 races)

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2014 GT Blancpain Sprint Series, Class PRO Cup 39.
ROAL Motorsport, BMW Z4 GT3 (E89)
(11 of 14 races)

© SRO Motorsports Group
2009 TC FIA World Touringcar Championship 12.
Ravaglia Motorsport, BMW 320si (E90)
(23 of 24 races)
1 Win

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2008 TC FIA World Touringcar Championship 13.
Ravaglia Motorsport, BMW 320si (E90)
(24 of 24 races)
1 Win

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2007 TC FIA World Touringcar Championship 15.
2006 TC FIA World Touringcar Championship 11.
Ravaglia Motorsport, BMW 320si (E90)
(20 of 20 races)
1 Win
  Italian Touringcars (Ravaglia-BMW)
2005 TC FIA World Touringcar Championship 10.
Ravaglia Motorsport, BMW 320i (E46)
(17 of 20 races)
1 Win
  Italian Touringcars, Champion (Ravaglia-BMW)
2004 TC FIA European Touringcar Championship 14.
2003 TC FIA European Touringcar Championship
2001 F.1 CART Championship Series 23.
Mo Nunn Racing, Reynard 01i - Honda
(15 of 20 races)

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1999 F.1 FIA Formula 1 World Championship
1998 F.1 CART Championship Series 1.
Chip Ganassi Racing, Reynard 98i - Honda
(19 of 19 races)
7 Wins

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1997 F.1 CART World Series 1.
Chip Ganassi Racing, Reynard 97i - Honda
(16 of 17 races)
5 Wins

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1996 F.1 Indy Car World Series 3.
Chip Ganassi Racing, Reynard 96i - Honda
(15 of 16 races)
3 Wins

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1995   British GT Championship (Lotus)
  BPR GT Series (Lotus, one race)
1994   Formula 1 (Lotus-Mugen, part season)
1993   Formula 1, 20. (Lotus-Mugen, part season)
1992   Formula 1 (Minardi-Lamborghini, some races, Benetton Test Driver)
  British GT Championship (one race)
1991 F.2 FIA Formula 3000 Int. Championship 2.
  Formula 1 (Jordan-Ford, some races)
1990   Italian Formula 3, 2. (RC)
1989 F.2 FIA Formula 3000 Int. Championship
  Italian Formula 3, 7. (Prema)
1988   Italian Formula 3, 16. (Coperchini)
1987   Karting (81-87)

More:
lost legs in big accident 2001


Legend:

Intermediate standings during the current season are in italics.

Wins and Top6-Point-Positions are marked bold.

When racing in several series in a season the chronologically later participation is always on top.