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Sentences forJuan Pablo Montoya

  • 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.Silverstone Circuit-Wikipedia
  • 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.Colombia-Wikipedia
  • 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.McLaren-Wikipedia
  • Juan Pablo Montoya is the only other driver with wins in all three series, with two Indy 500 wins (2000 and 2015), seven Formula One wins and two Sprint Cup wins (2007 and 2010).Stock car racing-Wikipedia
  • Williams sought the services of Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya, who had replaced Zanardi at Chip Ganassi Racing in 1999, to step-in but Montoya was under contract to Ganassi for one more season.Williams Grand Prix Engineering-Wikipedia
  • 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.Formula One-Wikipedia

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