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ⓘ Mika Hakkinen. Mika Pauli Hakkinen is a Finnish racing driver and two-time Formula One champion. He was Michael Schumachers greatest rival in F1 from 1998–2000. ..




Mika Hakkinen
                                     

ⓘ Mika Hakkinen

Mika Pauli Hakkinen is a Finnish racing driver and two-time Formula One champion. He was Michael Schumachers greatest rival in F1 from 1998–2000. Schumacher has said that Hakkinen is the rival he respected the most during his Formula One career.

                                     
  • One season was the 47th edition of the championship. The champion was Mika Hakkinen in a close battle. Mclaren won the constructor s championship. The following
  • One season was the 50th edition of the championship. The champion was Mika Hakkinen Ferrari won the constructor s championship. Michael Schumacher was
  • Kimi Raikkonen. It was the last year Jean Alesi and world champion Mika Hakkinen would race in Formula One. At the end of the 2001, the Prost team closed
  • ice hockey player Jaakko Hintikka, a professor in Boston University Mika Hakkinen Formula 1 world champion Sami Kapanen, an ice hockey player Ville Peltonen
  • partnership received its first win at the 1997 Australian Grand Prix. Mika Hakkinen won the driver s championships in the 1998 and 1999 seasons. The McLaren
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  • the first points of his career when he finished in second position. Mika Hakkinen finished third. The race led to a bigger focus on safety in Formula
  • competitor was Michelin. Their first title was acquired in 1998 by Mika Hakkinen and McLaren - Mercedes. Bridgestone users took five Drivers championship
  • took the French title with Eric Helary, and the British crown with Mika Hakkinen They also won the title in 1991 with Rubens Barrichello. In 1991, Mugen
  • Gallen - Kallela, artist Marcus Gronholm, 2000 02 World Rally Champion Mika Hakkinen 1998 and 1999 Formula One World Champion Tarja Halonen, former President