1991, Castellón, Spain.
Roberto Merhi made it into Formula One without funding or sponsorship.
At five years old Roberto was already a regular member of the local karting; his father was an amateur racer with his mother supporting as mechanic. The smell of the hot racing tyres soon got into Roberto who did his first race in karts being 8 years old.
Test and Development Driver for a Formula One Team.
Main driver for the MP Motorsport Team scoring two podiums in Monaco and France. He did the last two races of the championship and scoring two podiums with Campos Racing Team.
2017 – 2016
WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP
2016. Race leader in the WEC 24 hours of Le Mans setting the track lap record for an LMP2 car.
2017. Three races for Rapax F2 Team after replacing the main driver.
Main driver for the Manor F1 Team, the smallest team of the grid. Finished 14th in the Malaysian Grand Prix, his debut race, and 12th in the British Grand Prix, his best result in F1.
WORLD SERIES BY RENAULT AND FORMULA ONE
World Series by Renault with Zeta Corse Team, the smallest of the grid. Three race victories, three second places and nine top-five finishes out of 17 races. Best driver in the second half of the Championship.
2013 – 2012
2012. Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters with Mercedes-Benz Persson Motorsport.
2013. Mercedes Benz Official HWA team. Second place in the final race in Hockenheim, 7th in the urban circuit of Norisring and two 10th places.
FORMULA 3 EUROSERIES
Champion of Formula 3 Euroseries, with Prema Power Team, in the penultimate race, with the biggest advantage between the first and second driver in the history of the F3.
That year, Roberto also wins the FIA F3.
2010 – 2009
GP3 SERIES AND FORMULA 3 EUROSERIES
2009. Manor Formula 3 Team, the youngest driver to score a podium. Finished 7th in the Championship.
2010. Atech GP3 Grand Prix. 2nd and 3rd places in his first two races. Mucke F3 Team. 5th in the overall standings.
SPANISH FORMULA 3
GTA Motor Competition, 3rd in Valencia. TEC-Auto Scuderia, two poles and two race wins, with a huge advantage over his rivals.
2008 – 2006
FORMULA RENAULT 2.0
2006. Loox Racing, finishing 3rd in the Winter Series Championship. Three podiums and first Rookie.
2007. Epsilon Team. 4th place in overall standings. Three podiums, two poles positions and Race Winner at Spa. Youngest pole sitter and race winner in the Formula Renault 2.0.
2008. Runner-up Formula Renault y 4th place in Formula Renault Eurocup
2006 – 1998
1998 – 2001. Champion of the Valencian Regional Championship.
2000 – 2001. Champion of the Catalan Resistance Cup.
2001. Champions Cup runner-up.
2002. Yamaha. Spain champion. Champion of Catalonia.
2003 – 2005. Champion of the Winter Cup. Champion of the Industry Trophy. Runner-up of the Andrea Margutti Trophy. Pole position in the European Champion Grand Final.
2006. Second in the World Series Championship.
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