Robert Shwartzman

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Robert Mikhailovich Shwartzman (Russian: Ро́берт Миха́йлович Шва́рцман, IPA: [ˈrobʲɪrt mʲɪˈxajləvʲɪtɕ ˈʂvartsmɐn]; born 16 September 1999[1]), is a Russian racing driver who competed in the FIA Formula 2 Championship for 2020 and 2021 where he finished 4th and 2nd respectively. He is a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy,[2] and the 2018 Toyota Racing Series and 2019 FIA Formula 3 champion.[3]

Not to be confused with Robert Schwartzman.

Russian racing driver
Robert Shwartzman

Shwartzman in 2018
Nationality Russian
Born (1999-09-16) 16 September 1999 (age 22)
Israel
FIA Formula 2 Championship career
Debut season 2020
Current team Prema Racing
Car number 1
Starts 47 (47 entries)
Wins 6
Podiums 13
Poles 0
Fastest laps 4
Best finish 2nd in 2021
Previous series
2019
2018
2018
201617
201617
2015
201415
FIA Formula 3 Championship
FIA European F3
Toyota Racing Series
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC
ADAC Formula 4
Italian F4 Championship
Championship titles
2019
2018
FIA Formula 3 Championship
Toyota Racing Series

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Born in Israel[4] and raised in Saint Petersburg,[5] Shwartzman began karting in 2004 at the age of five. Throughout a seven-year career of karting professionally, he claimed karting titles across Europe (predominantly in Italy).

In 2014, Shwartzman graduated to single-seaters, partaking in six races of the Italian F4 Championship with Cram Motorsport, finishing sixteenth overall.

The following year, Shwartzman partook in the championship full-time with Mücke Motorsport, claiming two wins and finishing third in the standings behind the Prema Powerteam duo of Ralf Aron and Guanyu Zhou. He also partook in the inaugural ADAC Formula 4 championship, finishing fourth in the standings.

In 2016, Shwartzman moved to Formula Renault 2.0 with reigning series champions Josef Kaufmann Racing after testing with the team at Motorland Aragon.[6] He claimed two victories in the Northern European Cup and finished sixth in the standings. In the Eurocup, Shwartzman finished eighth.

For 2017, Shwartzman stayed in Formula Renault 2.0, but decided to switch to the R-ace GP team.[7] He lost thirteen points to his teammate Will Palmer and finished in the third place in the driver standings, but was able to win six races, having podium finish at all rounds excepting Red Bull Ring, and at Circuit Paul Ricard.

In November 2016, Shwartzman was listed among the drivers partaking in the post-season test at Yas Marina with Koiranen GP.[8]

Shwartzman made his Toyota Racing Series debut during the 2018 off-season, competing for M2 Competition.[9] He finished all fifteen races in the top-five and was the only driver in the season to do so. He won the Denny Hulme Memorial Trophy and the series title, ahead of the M2 teammates Richard Verschoor and Marcus Armstrong, who have raced in the series in 2017.[10][3]

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