11 December 1985 |
Moscow, RSFS Russia, Soviet Union
|Related to||Sergey Zlobin (brother)|
|Formula Renault 3.5 Series career|
|Current team||SMP Racing by Comtec|
|Former teams||P1 Motorsport
Junior Lotus Racing
|Best finish||10th in 2009, 2011|
|International Formula Master
F3000 International Masters
3000 Pro Series
Formula 1600 Russia
Daniil Yuryevich Move (Russian: Дании́л Ю́рьевич Мове́ ; IPA: [dənʲɪˈil ˈjʉrʲjɪvʲɪtɕ mɐˈvʲɛ], born on December 11, 1985, in Moscow, Russia) is a Russian race car driver. Daniil holds the title "master of sport on international level" in Russia. While growing up, Daniil studied at School #11 in Moscow with a concentration in Chinese. Later, he completed school externally, with honors. After finishing school, he attended Moscow Institute of Economics Management and Law, from where he graduated at the top of his class. Daniil was always interested in sports with six years of professional soccer, karate, and others. These sports were suddenly left in the shadows, when as a joke, he was offered an opportunity to drive at a professional karting event. Since then, he worked as a mechanic in various teams, earning money to spend on amateur competitions, in order to take part in professional races.
• "Formula Medicine" recordsman (main laboratory in Europe where most of the drivers in the world are tested. 9 records in 16 tests)
• 2 FORMULA-1 Teams Junior/reserve driver (LOTUS, VIRGIN-MARUSSIA)
• 3rd place - WORLD SERIES by Renault 2009 (Formula-2). Teams Championship
• 2 times Top-10 Driver. World Series by Renault Championship (Formula 2)
• First Russian driver in history to take the podium in F3000 International (Formula 2 before 2007)
• “Master of sport on international level” in Russia
In 2003, as a prize in amateur competition in Moscow karting championship, Move participated in 2 races of British Formula Ford Championship, where he took 3rd and 1st places.
For 2004 season, Russian Law Firm Berg & Green was so impressed with Move’s achievements, that they provided financial sponsorship for him. In the first season of Russian championship Formula RUS he finished as a runner-up (8 races, 2 wins, 6 podiums, 2 pole-positions) and ranked the best rookie driver (Winner in Junior ranks).
In 2005, Move was a test driver of the first ever in Russian history, carbon fiber formula chassis ArtTech. Several times on fire, he sustained no injuries. Move also participated in two Formula RUS races where he took 1st place in all practices, qualifications, and both races.
In 2006, Move participated in several racing championships of F3000 International Masters, where he took 3rd place in Oschersleben, Germany, and 4th place in Magny-Cours, France. He became the first Russian driver in history to take the podium in F3000 International Masters. During the same season he participated in the first race of Formula RUS, which he won.
After the tests for Formula Renault 3.5 Move signed a contract to participate in 2007 season with Austrian team Interwetten Racing. Later, in 2008, he also raced for Belgium team KTR. At the end of 2007' season Move tested in International Formula Master (where he showed the best results) and in two races of that championship. In the 1st race he was forced to retire due to an accident. However, in Monza, Italy, he took pole-position and finished 4th despite of issues with the motor.
From 2009 to 2013 Move continued participating in Formula Renault 3.5 Series, showing top results in tests and races. He made the podium on numerous occasions, as well as earned points. During 2009 and 2011 seasons he finished in the top 10 of the championship. And achieved a 3rd place for P1 Motorsport in 2009 Teams Championship.
In 2013 season, with stable speed throughout, Move raced in Blancpain Endurance Series on Ferrari for the Russian team.
In 2012, the largest karting center in Europe MOVE kart was opened, which was named after Move. Kart center operates Move’s auto-racing school for all ages.
|2005||Formula 1600 Russia||?||?||?||?||?||?||4||12th|
|3000 Pro Series||CEK Racing||1||0||0||0||0||0||24th|
|2006||F3000 International Masters||ADM Motorsport||7||0||0||?||1||11||16th|
|2007||Formula Renault 3.5 Series||Interwetten.com||16||0||0||0||0||0||29th|
|International Formula Master||Alan Racing||4||0||1||0||0||8||18th|
|2008||Formula Renault 3.5 Series||KTR||9||0||0||0||0||6||22nd|
|2009||Formula Renault 3.5 Series||P1 Motorsport||17||0||1||0||2||49||10th|
|2010||Formula Renault 3.5 Series||Junior Lotus Racing||15||0||0||0||0||9||21st|
|2011||Formula Renault 3.5 Series||P1 Motorsport||17||0||0||0||2||54||10th|
|2012||Formula Renault 3.5 Series||P1 Motorsport||17||0||0||0||1||29||17th|
|2013||Formula Renault 3.5 Series||SMP Racing by Comtec||17||0||0||0||0||12||22nd|
|2013||Blancpain Endurance Series||SMP Racing||3||0||0||0||0||1||32nd|
Complete Formula Renault 3.5 Series results
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
- Kireev, Dmitry (23 August 2013). Интервью с Даниилом Мове [Chat with Daniil Move]. grandprix-magazine.ru (in Russian). Большие Призы. Retrieved 23 August 2013.
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