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  1. David Marshall Coulthard (Dumfries, Escocia, Reino Unido; 27 de marzo de 1971) es un expiloto de automovilismo británico. Compitió en Fórmula 1 desde 1994 hasta 2008 para los equipos Williams, McLaren y Red Bull, resultando subcampeón en 2001, tercero en 1995, 1998 y 2000, cuarto en 1997 y 1999, y quinto en 2002.

  2. David Marshall Coulthard MBE (born 27 March 1971) is a British retired racing driver from Scotland, later turned presenter, commentator and journalist. Nicknamed "DC", he competed in 15 seasons of Formula One between 1994 and 2008 , taking 13 Grand Prix victories and 62 podium finishes.

  3. Watch now. David Coulthard is a living legend of British Formula One racing. Now retired, hes still a familiar face around the paddock and on our TV screens.

  4. 20 de mar. de 2019 · 20 March 2019. Beyond The Grid. David Coulthard arrived in F1 amid one of its most turbulent periods, getting his big break at Williams after the tragic death of superstar driver Ayrton Senna. He’d go on to race in 246 Grands Prix, winning 13 of them, including two victories each at classic venues Monaco and Silverstone.

  5. 14 de jul. de 2021 · ‘I felt that little shiver… I could have died today’. In May 2000, David Coulthard survived a tragic private jet crash in which two pilots lost their lives. Just five days later Coulthard not only raced again, but finished on the Formula 1 podium. Here's the full story from the man himself...

  6. David scored his first win for McLaren in Melbourne at the start of 1997 and, on his day, could be said to have had the legs of everybody on the starting grid. He was also hugely popular with the McLaren personnel, radiating an easy charm and giving the lie to the old racing adage that nice guys can’t be winners.

  7. Conoce la trayectoria de David Coulthard, ex piloto de Fórmula 1 y actual comentarista de la F1. Consulta sus últimas noticias, fotos y vídeos en Motorsport.com.