Häkkinen, Mika Pauli (SF)

b 28/9/1968 (Helsinki)






1974 - 1986 - Kart, five times Finnish Champion
1987 - Won 3 FF1600 titles (Finnish, Swedish, Nordic). 7th in FF1600 
       Euroseries
1988 - Won GM Opel Lotus Euroseries, 4 wins (Zandvoort, Paul Ricard, Spa, 
       Knutsdorp), UK Series 2nd, 3 wins (Silverstone, Mondello, Thruxton)
1989 - UK F3 (7th) - switched from Dragon to WSR and won Cellnet F3 race
1990 - Won UK F3 championship, 9 wins. Won F3 Macau GP. Won at Imola in
       Italian F3. Won at Hockenheim in German F3
1991 - 16 F1 races (Lotus), 2 points, 15th, DNQ=1
1992 - 16 F1 races (Lotus), 11 points, 8th, DNQ=1
1993 - 3 races (McLaren), 4 points. (Gambled on Senna not taking
       other seat, and had to wait till Michael Andretti vacated his seat), 15th in WC
1994 - 15 races (McLaren), 26 points, 4th. Suspended from Hungarian GP due to
       causing huge startline pile-up at Germany.
1995 - 15 races (McLaren), 17 points, 7th. (2nd Italy, Japan, 4th Brazil, 
       5th Imola). DNS Australia - qualifying accident and hospitalised.
1996 - F1(McLaren Mercedes MP4/11)
       Date    Q       R       Venue           Reason/Time
       10/3    5       5       Australia       1:34:07.528
       7/4     8       -       Argentina       throttle
       31/3    7       4       Brazil          -1 lap
       28/4    9       8       Europe          1:34:44.911
       5/5     11      8       San Marino      -2 laps
       19/5    8       6       Monaco          -5 laps (accident)
       2/6     10      5       Spain           -1 lap
       16/6    6       5       Canada          -1 lap
       30/6    5       5       France          1:37:31.569
       14/7    4       3       Britain         1:33:51.704
       28/7    4       -       Germany         gearbox
       11/8    7       4       Hungary         -1 lap
       25/8    6       3       Belgium         1:28:30.835
       8/9     4       3       Italy           1:18:50.267
       22/9    7       -       Portugal        accident damage
       13/10   5       3       Japan           1:32:37.003
       Championship Position: 5th, 31 points
1997 - F1 (McLaren Mercedes MP4-12), J5th, 27 pts, 1 win.
       Date    Q       R       Venue           Reason/Time
       9/3     6       3       Australia       1:30:50.895
       30/3    4       4       Brazil          1:36:40.023
       13/4    17      5       Argentina       1:52:32.066
       27/4    8       6       Imola           -1 lap
       11/5    8       -       Monaco          accident
       25/5    5       7       Spain           1:31:24.681
       15/6    9       -       Canada          accident
       29/6    10      -       France          engine
       13/7    3       -       Britain         engine
       27/7    3       3       Germany         1:21:23.816
       10/8    4       -       Hungary         hydraulics
       24/8    5       DSQ     Belgium         (3rd, 1:34:17.573)-fuel irregularity
       7/9     5       9       Italy           1:17:53.982/FL 1:24.808
       21/9    2       -       Austria         engine
       28/9    1       -       Luxembourg      engine
       12/10   4       4       Japan           1:30:15.575
       26/10   5       1       Europe          1:38:57.771
1998 - F1 (McLaren Mercedes MP4-13), CHAMPION, 100 pts, 8 wins.
       Date    Q       R       Venue           Reason/Time
       8/3     1       1       Australia       1:31:45.996/FL 1:31.649
       29/3    1       1       Brazil          1:37:11.747/FL 1:19.337
       12/4    3       2       Argentina       1:49:33.920
       26/4    2       -       San Marino      Gearbox
       10/5    1       1       Spain           1:33:37.621/FL 1:24.275
       24/5    1       1       Monaco          1:51:23.595/FL 1:22.948
       7/6     2       -       Canada          Gearbox
       28/6    1       3       France          1:35:04.773
       12/7    1       2       Britain         1:47:24.915
       26/7    3       1       Austria         1:30:44.086
       2/8     1       1       Germany         1:20:47.984
       16/8    1       6       Hungary         -1 lap
       30/8    1       -       Belgium         Accident
       13/9    3       4       Italy           1:18:05.343/FL 1:25.139
       27/9    3       1       Luxembourg      1:32:14.789/FL 1:20.450
       1/11    2       1       Suzuka          1:27:22.535
1999 - F1 (McLaren Mercedes MP4-14), CHAMPION, 76 pts, 5 wins.
       Date    Q       R       Venue           Time/Reason
       7/3     1       -       Australia       ret/throttle linkage
       11/4    1       1       Brazil          1:38:03.765/FL 1:18.448
       2/5     1       -       San Marino      ret/17 laps/accident
       16/5    1       3       Monaco          1:50:02.288/FL 1:22.259
       30/5    1       1       Spain           1:34:13.665
       13/6    2       1       Canada          1:41:36.509
       27/6    14      2       France          1:58:35.435/FL 1:28.309
       11/7    1       -       Britain         ret/35 laps/wheel hub
       25/7    1       3       Austria         1:28:34.720/FL 1:12.107
       1/8     1       -       Germany         ret/25 laps/accident
       15/8    1       1       Hungary         1:46:23.536
       29/8    1       2       Belgium         1:25:53.526/FL 1:53.955
       12/9    1       -       Italy           ret/29 laps/spin
       26/9    3       5       Europe          1:42:57.264/FL 1:21.282
       17/10   4       3       Malaysia        1:36:48.237
       31/10   2       1       Japan           1:31:18.785
2000 - F1 (McLaren-Mercedes MP4-15): 2nd, 89 pts
       Date    Q       R       Venue           Time/Reason
       12/3    1       -       Australia       ret/18 laps/engine
       26/3    1       -       Brazil          ret/27 laps/oil pressure
       9/4     1       2       San Marino      1:31:40.944/FL 1:26.523
       23/4    3       2       Britain         1:29:51.585/FL 1:26.217
       7/5     2       1       Spain           1:33:55.390/FL 1:24.470
       21/5    3       2       Europe          1:42:14.129
       4/6     5       6       Monaco          -1 lap/FL 1:21.571
       18/6    4       4       Canada          1:41:30.874/FL 1:19.049
       2/7     4       2       France          1:38:20.286
       16/7    1       1       Austria         1:28:15.818
       30/7    4       2       Germany         1:25:41.870
       13/8    3       1       Hungary         1:45:33.869/FL 1:20.028
       27/8    1       1       Belgium         1:28:14.494
       10/9    3       2       Italy           1:27:35.448/FL 1:25.595
       24/9    3       -       America         ret/25 laps/engine
       8/10    2       2       Japan           1:29:55.272/FL 1:39.189
       22/10   2       4       Malaysia        1:36:29.504/FL 1:38.543
2001 - F1 (McLaren-Mercedes MP4-16): 5th, 37 pts
       Date    Q       R       Venue           Time/Reason
       4/3     3       -       Australia       ret/25 laps/suspension
       18/3    4       6       Malaysia        1:48:23.407/FL 1:40.962
       1/4     3       -       Brazil          ret/0 laps/clutch
       15/4    2       4       San Marino      1:31:21.132
       29/4    2       9       Spain           -1 lap/clutch
       13/5    8       -       Austria         ret/1 lap/electronics
       27/5    3       -       Monaco          ret/15 laps/suspension
       10/6    8       3       Canada          1:35:12.194
       24/6    6       6       Europe          1:30:47.582
       1/7     4       -       France          ret/0 laps/gearbox
       30/7    2       1       Britain         1:25:33.770/FL 1:23.405
       29/7    3       -       Germany         ret/13 laps/engine
       19/8    6       5       Hungary         1:42:59.968/FL 1:16.723
       2/9     7       4       Belgium         1:08:41.089
       16/9    7       -       Italy           ret/19 laps/gearbox
       30/9    4       1       America         1:32:42.840
       22/10   5       4       Japan           1:28:08.837
2003 - Arctic Lapland Rally (Mitsubishi Lancer WRC2): 29th
2005  Arctic Rally (Toyota Corolla WRC): retired, off road, with R.Pietilainen
       DTM (AMG Mercedes C-Class): 5th, 30 pts
       Apr 17	Hockenheim			8th, 1h05m10.310
       May 1	Lausitzring			3rd, 1h03m27.146
       May 15	Spa-Francorchamps		1st, 54m34.544
       Jun 5	Brno				13th, 1h00m03.085
       Jun 26	Oschersleben			ret/8 laps/accident
       Jul 17	Norisring			ret/5 laps/accident
       Aug 7	Nurburgring			4th, 1h05m14.468
       Aug 28	Zandvoort			12th, 1h02m39.544
       Sep 18	Lausitzring			12th, 1h04m19.665
       Oct 2	Istanbul Park			2nd, 1h05m31.050
       Oct 23	Hockenheim			15th, 1h03m28.533
2006  DTM (AMG Mercedes C-Class): 6th, 25 pts
       Apr 9	Hockenheim			4th, 59m58.917
       Apr 30	Lausitzring			3rd, 1h03m38.791
       May 21	Oschersleben			9th, 1h02m04.122
       Jul 2	Brands Hatch Indy		11th, 1h04m10.366
       Jul 23	Norisring			3rd, 1h00m33.401
       Aug 20	Nurburgring			12th, 1h07m19.586
       Sep 3	Zandvoort			11th, 1h02m56.255
       Sep 24	Barcelona			11th, 1h06m29.136
       Oct 15	Le Mans Bugatti			2nd, 1h03m09.690
       Oct 29	Hockenheim			ret/20 laps/diffuser
2007  DTM (AMG Mercedes C-Class): 8th, 22 pts
       Apr 22	Hockenheim			10th, 1h10m33.712
       May 6	Oschersleben			17th, 1h04m44.525
       May 20	Lausitzring			1st, 1h09m10.219
       Jun 10	Brands Hatch Indy		4th, 1h05m16.272
       Jun 24	Norisring			9th, 1h04m21.049
       Jul 15	Mugello				1st, 1h03m10.117
       Jul 29	Zandvoort			7th, 1h02m37.416
       Sep 2	Nurburgring			10th, 1h03m16.430
       Sep 23	Barcelona			ret/7 laps/accident/excluded
       Oct 14	Hockenheim			17th, 1h01m22.984
2008 - Vanajanlinna Ralli (Mitsubishi Lancer Grp N): 15th.
2011  Zhuhai 6 Hrs (Team AMG Mercedes SLS AMG GT3): ret/73 laps/overheating, 
       with C.Cheng, L.Arnold.
2013  GT Asia Series (Erebus Mercedes SLS AMG GT3): with M.Solomon
       Oct 13	Zhuhai				1st, 50m09.061
       Oct 13	Zhuhai				4th, 51m54.187