Mário Haberfeld

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Mário Haberfeld (born January 25, 1976 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian auto racing driver.[1]

After winning the British Formula Three Championship in 1998, he drove in Formula 3000 from 1999 until 2002. He posted some decent results, but struggled his first season driving for the McLaren junior team failing to score a single point while teammate Nick Heidfeld won the series championship.

Haberfeld also tested for Stewart Grand Prix in 1997 and Williams.

In 2003 he moved to the Champ Car World Series driving for Mi-Jack Conquest Racing. His team shared information with a fellow rookie team driving a Reynard chassis, Emerson Fittipaldi's team with future F1 driver Tiago Monteiro. He scored a best finish of 4th his first start in St. Petersburg. In 2004 he was a field-filler driving the lone Reynard in the series for Derrick Walker, but proved his worth with another pair of top-five finishes. Unfortunately no one picked him up for 2005, but he drove a few Grand-Am races for Tuttle Team Racing at the end of the year. He currently drives in the Rolex Grand Am series for Adrian Fernández who is also his teammate.

Racing record[edit]

Complete International Formula 3000 results[edit]

(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 DC Points
1999 West Competition IMO
DNQ
MON
DNQ
CAT
Ret
MAG
Ret
SIL
18
A1R
Ret
HOC
14
HUN
DNQ
SPA
DNQ
MNZ
DNQ
NC 0
2000 Fortec Motorsport IMO
10
SIL
17
CAT
DNS
NUR
MON
MAG
11
A1R
8
HOC
9
HUN
15
SPA
Ret
NC 0
2001 Super Nova Racing INT
Ret
IMO
Ret
CAT
4
A1R
Ret
MON
Ret
NUR
Ret
MAG
7
SIL
15
HOC
Ret
HUN
Ret
SPA
19
MNZ
13
15th 3
2002 Team Astromega INT
2
IMO
Ret
CAT
5
A1R
3
MON
6
NUR
Ret
SIL
Ret
MAG
5
HOC
4
HUN
Ret
SPA
14
MNZ
9
7th 18

Complete Champ Car results[edit]

(key)

Yr Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Rank Points
2003 Conquest STP
4
MTY
16
LBH
9
BRH
9
LAU
14
MIL
7
LS
5
POR
8
CLE
15
TOR
19
VAN
7
ROA
8
MDO
10
MTL
11
DEN
10
MIA
5
MXC
12
SRF
14
FON
NH
12th 71
2004 Walker LBH
9
MTY
15
MIL
10
POR
9
CLE
14
TOR
4
VAN
9
ROA
11
DEN
8
MTL
13
LS
7
LVG
14
SRF
14
MXC
15
          13th 157^
  • ^ New points system implemented in 2004

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Jonny Kane
British Formula Three
Champion

1998
Succeeded by
Marc Hynes