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  1. Karl Wendlinger (Kufstein, Austria; 20 de diciembre de 1968) es un expiloto de automovilismo austriaco. [1] En Fórmula 1 compitió en las escuderías Leyton House, March y Sauber desde 1991 hasta 1995. En 1994 en los entrenamientos libres del Gran Premio de Mónaco sufrió un accidente en la curva Nouvelle Chicane que lo dejó en coma por 19 ...

  2. Karl Wendlinger ( German pronunciation: [kaɐ̯l ˈvɛnd.lɪŋ.ɐ]; born 20 December 1968) is an Austrian professional racing and former Formula One driver. Mercedes Juniors. Born in Kufstein, [1] Wendlinger started his career in karting and in Formula Ford before entering the German Formula 3 Championship in 1988.

  3. 27 de may. de 2021 · 27 May 2021, 07:45. Karl Wendlinger has spoken about his crash at the 1994 Monaco Grand Prix, which left him with head injuries and in a coma for 19 days. Wendlinger, driving for Sauber, headed to Monaco that year on the back of a fourth place finish at the tragic San Marino race.

  4. 10 de jul. de 2020 · Karl Wendlinger is 51 and comes from Kufstein in the Tyrol. From 1991 to 1995 he drove in Formula 1, DTM, FIA GT and other series. He contested his last race in 2016.

  5. KARL WENDLINGER. Karl nació el 20 de diciembre de 1968 en Kufstein, ciudad de la región del Tirol (Austria). Junto con Michael Schumacher y Heinz-Harald Frentzen fue otro de los pilotos promocionado desde el equipo Junior de Sports Mercedes a la Fórmula 1. Karl de 1983 a 1986 compite en karting. En 1987 es campeón de Austria de FF1600.

  6. 1991. End year: 1995. Active years: 5. Karl Wendlinger (born 20 December 1968) is an Austrian professional racing and former Formula One driver. Info from Wiki. Bio by Stephen Latham.

  7. Overview - Karl Wendlinger. A series of overviews of Karl Wendlinger about the driver, first or last races, a list of teams and constructors that belonged, championship standings, and records by various criteria. Driver. Nationality. Austria. Date of Birth. December 19, 1968. Age. 55. Races. Debut. 1991 Japanese Grand Prix. Season 1991. Round 15.