All About Rio Haryanto

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Rio Haryanto (born 22 January 1993) is an Indonesian Formula One driver for Manor. He is Indonesia's first F1 driver in 


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Rio Haryanto Career

In Asian series

Haryanto began his car racing career in his native continent, competing in three Asian-based series during 2008: the Asian Formula Renault Challenge, Formula Asia 2.0, and Formula BMW Pacific. He was most competitive in the FAsia 2.0 series, winning two races to finish third overall in the championship behind expatriate European drivers Felix Rosenqvist and Matthias Beche.

In 2009 he again competed in a variety of series, including the Australian Drivers' Championship and the Asian Formula Renault Challenge once more. His main focus this year, however, was the Formula BMW Pacific championship, which he dominated with 11 victories from the 15 races (although five of these races were won outright by invitational drivers who were not entered in the championship), driving for the Malaysian Meritus team. This included a perfect run of four outright victories, pole positions and fastest laps in the four consecutive races held at his home circuit of Sentul. He also competed in a round of the equivalent European FBMW series, himself a guest driver on this occasion.

GP3 Series

Haryanto stepped up to the more competitive European racing scene full-time for 2010 by joining the Manor Racing team for the Formula One-supporting GP3 Series. His three team-mates during the season were James Jakes, Adrien Tambay and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs. In an impressive first season at this level, he won a race at Istanbul Park and took two further podium placings to finish fifth place in the drivers' championship, the leading Manor driver. His form was "one of the surprises of the season", according to the Autosport magazine. He remained with the team for 2011, now badged as Marussia Manor Racing, alongside Quaife-Hobbs and Matias Laine. Despite increasing his victory count to two, with wins at the Nürburgring and the Hungaroring, his inconsistency—including a run of seven races without scoring points at the start of the year—saw him slip to seventh place in the championship, behind Quaife-Hobbs. Both of his victories were in rainy conditions, giving him something of a reputation as a wet-weather specialist.

Auto GP

In addition to his GP3 duties, Haryanto also drove for the DAMS team in the Auto GP series, competing in all but one round of the championship as it clashed with the GP3 schedule. Driving alongside Sergey Afanasyev and part-timer Tambay, he took a win at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia and finished seventh in the drivers' standings. The efforts of Haryanto, Afanasyev, Tambay, and Haryanto's substitute, Kevin Korjus, were enough for DAMS to win the teams' championship.
 

GP2 Series

Haryanto lining up alongside Marcus Ericsson during his first GP2 Series event in Malaysia, driving for Carlin.

Haryanto made his GP2 Series début with DAMS at the non-championship season finale at Yas Marina in 2011. He has the series full-time for 2012 with the Marussia-backed Carlin team, where he partners Max Chilton. He is the first Indonesian to compete at this level of motorsport since Ananda Mikola competed in International Formula 3000 during 2000 and 2001. In his first season of GP2, Haryanto secured a single fastest lap, a single pole position—in wet conditions at Spa, confirming his reputation as a wet-weather specialist—and a best race finish of fifth in the feature race at Valencia, securing 14th place in the championship at season's end.

He will race in the 2013 GP2 Series for the Barwa Addax Team alongside teammate Jake Rosenzweig. On 30 June 2013, he gained his first podium in the GP2 Series at Silverstone and the same time, first podium for the Barwa Addax Team in the 2013 GP2 season.
 
For the 2014 GP2 Series he moved to EQ8 Caterham Racing, partnering with Alexander Rossi. On 24 May 2014, he gained his second podium in the GP2 Series at Monaco and, at the same time, first podium in the 2014 GP2 season.

Haryanto switched to Campos for the 2015 GP2 Series season. After taking second place at the feature race in Bahrain, Haryanto took his first win in GP2 in the following day's sprint race. He achieved his second victory in the sprint race at the Red Bull Ring despite a damaged front wing. Haryanto finished the 2015 GP2 Series season in fourth place with 138 points.
 

Formula One

Haryanto has been linked to the Virgin Racing/Marussia F1/Manor Racing team since his first GP3 season with Manor in 2010, as he has driven for junior teams with its backing since then. In the autumn of that year, he won the right to test with Virgin at the end of the 2010 season due to his finishing position as the highest ranked Manor driver in the GP3 final standings. He tested for Virgin in Abu Dhabi on 16 November. Suffering gearbox problems, he posted the slowest time of the thirteen runners in the morning session. He did not receive the prize test in 2011 because team-mate Adrian Quaife-Hobbs beat him in the standings on this occasion.

Haryanto and 2012 GP2 Series team-mate Max Chilton drove for Marussia in the first young driver tests of 2012, held in-season at Silverstone. Running over the course of two days, Haryanto completed three hundred kilometres of testing, satisfying one of the conditions to be eligible for a superlicence and becoming the first Indonesian driver to qualify for one.
Manor (2016–present)

On 18 February 2016 Haryanto was confirmed as a driver of Manor Racing for the 2016 Formula One season. He made his debut at the 2016 Australian Grand Prix on Friday, 18 March 2016. He finished his first and second free practice at 19th and 14th place respectively. Haryanto finished the third free practice in 22nd position. He was involved in a major incident which occured just seconds after the beginning of the third practice session, when Haryanto and Romain Grosjean collided in the pit lane. Haryanto was later issued a three-place grid penalty for the incident, as well as two penalty points added to his licence. Haryanto retired from his debut race due to a drive link problem on the 18th lap.

Racing record

Career summary

Season
Series
Team
Races
Wins
Poles
F/Laps
Podiums
Points
Position
2008
Asian Formula Renault Challenge
Asia Racing Team
10
2
1
2
3
160
6th
Formula Asia 2.0
13
1
1
2
7
121
3rd
Formula BMW Pacific
Pacific Racing
5
0
0
0
0
0†
NC†
2009
Australian Drivers' Championship – National A
PHR Scuderia
2
0
1
1
0
29
11th
Australian Drivers' Championship – Gold Star
Astuti Motorsport
2
0
0
0
0
18
8th
Asian Formula Renault Challenge
Asia Racing Team
2
0
0
0
2
48
11th
Formula BMW Europe
Scuderia Coloni
2
0
0
0
0
0†
NC†
Formula BMW Pacific
Questnet Team Qi-Meritus
15
11
7
9
12
250
1st
2010
GP3 Series
Manor Racing
16
1
0
0
3
27
5th
Formula One
Marussia Virgin Racing
Test driver
2011
GP3 Series
Marussia Manor Racing
16
2
0
1
4
31
7th
Auto GP
DAMS
14
1
1
2
3
82
7th
GP2 Final
2
0
0
0
0
0
17th
2012
GP2 Series
Carlin
24
0
1
1
0
38
14th
2013
GP2 Series
Barwa Addax Team
22
0
0
0
1
22
19th
2014
GP2 Series
EQ8 Caterham Racing
22
0
0
0
1
28
15th
2015
GP2 Series
Campos Racing
22
3
0
1
5
138
4th
2016
Formula One
Manor Racing MRT
1
0
0
0
0
0*
NC*
* Season still in progress. As Haryanto was a guest driver, he was ineligible for points.

Complete GP3 Series results

 (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
Year
Entrant
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DC
Points
2010
Manor Racing
ESP
FEA
20
ESP
SPR
25
TUR
FEA
8
TUR
SPR
1
VAL
FEA
6
VAL
SPR
4
GBR
FEA
2
GBR
SPR
Ret
GER
FEA
Ret
GER
SPR
Ret
HUN
FEA
20
HUN
SPR
11
BEL
FEA
18
BEL
SPR
18
ITA
FEA
3
ITA
SPR
23
5th
27
2011
Marussia Manor Racing
TUR
FEA
26
TUR
SPR
10
ESP
FEA
20
ESP
SPR
11
VAL
FEA
19
VAL
SPR
22†
GBR
FEA
10
GBR
SPR
4
GER
FEA
1
GER
SPR
10
HUN
FEA
9
HUN
SPR
1
BEL
FEA
12
BEL
SPR
9
ITA
FEA

3
ITA
SPR
2
7th
31

Complete Auto GP results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
Year
Entrant
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Pos
Points
2011
DAMS
MNZ
1
Ret
MNZ
2
11
HUN
1
10
HUN
2
5
BRN
1

6
BRN
2
2
DON
1
11
DON
2
11
OSC
1
OSC
2
VAL
1
5
VAL
2

1
MUG
1
5
MUG
2

2
7th
82

Complete GP2 Series results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
Year
Entrant
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
DC
Points
2012
Marussia Carlin GP2 Team
MYS
FEA
12
MYS
SPR

10
BHR1
FEA
9
BHR1
SPR
15
BHR2
FEA
6
BHR2
SPR
6
ESP
FEA
16
ESP
SPR
15
MON
FEA
14
MON
SPR
11
VAL
FEA
5
VAL
SPR
Ret
GBR
FEA
10
GBR
SPR
12
GER
FEA
17
GER
SPR
11
HUN
FEA
12
HUN
SPR
7
BEL
FEA

10
BEL
SPR
7
ITA
FEA
19
ITA
SPR
12
SGP
FEA
9
SGP
SPR
11
14th
38
2013
Barwa Addax Team
MYS
FEA
20
MYS
SPR
18
BHR
FEA
15
BHR
SPR
24
ESP
FEA
9
ESP
SPR
24
MON
FEA
Ret
MON
SPR
16
GBR
FEA
7
GBR
SPR
2
GER
FEA
18
GER
SPR
14
HUN
FEA
11
HUN
SPR
10
BEL
FEA
19
BEL
SPR
25
ITA
FEA
14
ITA
SPR
7
SGP
FEA
20
SGP
SPR
11
ABU
FEA
14
ABU
SPR
12


19th
22
2014
EQ8 Caterham Racing
BHR
FEA
16
BHR
SPR
16
ESP
FEA
5
ESP
SPR
Ret
MON
FEA
7
MON
SPR
3
AUT
FEA
11
AUT
SPR
17
GBR
FEA
21
GBR
SPR
Ret
GER
FEA
22†
GER
SPR
10
HUN
FEA
Ret
HUN
SPR
17
BEL
FEA
Ret
BEL
SPR
16
ITA
FEA
16
ITA
SPR
15
RUS
FEA
18
RUS
SPR
15
ABU
FEA
9
ABU
SPR
12


15th
28
2015
Campos Racing
BHR
FEA
2
BHR
SPR
1
ESP
FEA
4
ESP
SPR
6
MON
FEA
16
MON
SPR
Ret
AUT
FEA
7
AUT
SPR
1
GBR
FEA
8
GBR
SPR

1
HUN
FEA
4
HUN
SPR
5
BEL
FEA
13
BEL
SPR
10
ITA
FEA
13
ITA
SPR
11
RUS
FEA
5
RUS
SPR
2
BHR
FEA
7
BHR
SPR
18
ABU
FEA
7
ABU
SPR
C


4th
138
† Driver did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance.

Complete Formula One results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)
Year
Entrant
Chassis
Engine
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
WDC
Points
2016
Manor Racing MRT
Manor MRT05
Mercedes PU106C Hybrid 1.6 V6 t
AUS
Ret
BHR
CHN
RUS
ESP
MON
CAN
EUR
AUT
GBR
HUN
GER
BEL
ITA
SIN
MAL
JPN
USA
MEX
BRA
ABU
NC*
0*
* Season still in progress.


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