Results 1999-2014

The racing CV of Marcus Ericsson

Born: September 2 1990

Birthplace and residence: Kumla, Sweden

Nationality: Swedish

Family: Mother, Father and two younger brothers
Interests: Ice hockey, football and work out


Career highlights

• Three wins and 11 podiums, GP2 series
• Second in GP2 Final – Abu Dhabi 2011
• Japanese Formula 3 Champion 2008

• British Formula BMW Champion 2007
• Nordic and Swedish karting champion

2014 – Formula 1, Caterham F1

2013 – GP2 series, DAMS Racing


• 6th overall
• 1 win, 5 podiums, 2 poles and 3 fastest laps
• Second best point scorer in the final six races

2012 – GP2 series, iSport International


• 8th overall

• 1 win, 5 podiums

2011 GP2 series, iSport International

• 10th overall in GP2 series

• 2 podiums and nine top 10 finishes


• 6th overall GP2 Asia

• 1 win and 1 podium in 4 race starts
 

2010 GP2 series, Super Nova Racing 

• 11th overall GP2 series

• 1 win, 1 podium and six top 10 finishes

2009 Japanese Formula 3, TOM’s
& British Formula 3, Double R Racing

• Japanese F3 Champion

• 5 wins, 11 podiums, 9 fastest laps and 5 pole position


• 6 race starts in British Formula 3

• 2 wins, 4 podiums, 1 pole and top 4 in all races
 

2008 British Formula 3, Fortec Racing

• 5th overall

• 5 podiums, 2 pole position, 3 fastest laps

2007 Formula BMW UK, Fortec Racing

• Formula BMW UK Champion

• 7 wins, 13 podiums, 7 fastest laps
 

1999 – 2006 Karting

• Swedish and Nordic Champion – ICA Junior 2005

• Swedish Champion – Formula Mini 2003

• Rookie of the year and 4th overall – Swedish Formula Mini 2002

• Rookie of the year – Swedish Formula Micro 2000