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- Motorsports also occupies an important place in the sporting preferences of Colombians; Juan Pablo Montoya is a race car driver known for winning 7 Formula One events.
- The 2002 British Grand Prix saw Ferrari return to the top two steps of the podium with Schumacher beating Barrichello, while pole-sitter and Williams driver Juan Pablo Montoya finished in third.
- In, the arrangement between Williams and Ganassi came to an end, and thus Williams was able to bring Juan Pablo Montoya back to drive full-time for the team.
- The highest straight line speed recorded during a Grand Prix was 372.6 km/h, set by Juan Pablo Montoya during the 2005 Italian Grand Prix.
- Coulthard left for Red Bull Racing in to be replaced by former CART champion Juan Pablo Montoya for what was McLaren's most successful season in several years as he and Räikkönen won ten races.
- Dixon would claim his fourth title in a tiebreaker with Juan Pablo Montoya on the strength of three wins at Long Beach, Texas, and Sonoma.
- Like with Schumacher a driver trade was made, where Zanardi would join Williams and the team’s test driver at the time, Juan Pablo Montoya, would join CART in Zanardi’s car for Chip Ganassi Racing.
- At Dover, Johnson led 143 laps, but finished 17th when he jumped Juan Pablo Montoya on the last restart causing NASCAR to issue him a penalty.
- In a cross-promotion of this technological partnership, a worldwide television commercial featured drivers Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya seemingly driving their BMW Williams cars around a track by radio control from a grandstand.
- In the last 20 laps, after Johnson was penalized for jumping the last restart, Stewart overtook Juan Pablo Montoya and held him off over the last three laps to score his sole Sprint Cup win of 2013.
- In 2007, Ganassi won the race again, this time with Pruett, former Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya, and Salvador Duran, making him the first owner to win it in back to back years since Al Holbert in 1986–87.
- The speed record was set in 2005 by Juan Pablo Montoya hitting 373 km/h (232 mph).
- For the season, Schumacher moved to Toyota, while Montoya moved to McLaren.
- This achievement was followed by a win in China to secure the Constructors' World Championship for Renault after McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya's car was badly damaged by a drain cover coming loose on the track.
- Perhaps the most impressive was Juan Pablo Montoya winning the championship in his rookie season in 1999.
- On lap 188, Busch was spun by Juan Pablo Montoya in turn 4.
- Aside from Schumacher's victory in Canada, and Barrichello's victory in Britain, the mid-season was dominated by Williams drivers Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya, who each claimed two victories.
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