Finnish racecar drivers

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  1. Mika Häkkinen

    Mika Häkkinen

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    Finnish racing driver and two-time Formula One champion

  2. Heikki Kovalainen

    Heikki Kovalainen

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    Finnish racing driver

  3. Mika Salo

    Mika Salo

    1,864 views
    Finnish racing driver

  4. Keke Rosberg

    Keke Rosberg

    206 views
    Finnish racing driver

  5. Valtteri Bottas

    Valtteri Bottas

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    Finnish, Auto Racing

  6. Janne Ahonen

    Janne Ahonen

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    Finnish ski jumper

  7. Aaro Vainio

    Aaro Vainio

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    Finnish racing driver

  8. Rauno Aaltonen

    Rauno Aaltonen

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    Rally driver

  9. JJ Lehto

    JJ Lehto

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    Finnish racing driver

  10. Asser Wallenius

    Asser Wallenius

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    Finnish speed skater

  11. Markku Alén

    Markku Alén

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    Former rally driver

  12. Tero Palmroth

    Tero Palmroth

    8 views
    Finnish racing driver

  13. Mikko Kozarowitzky

    Mikko Kozarowitzky

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    Finnish racing driver

  14. Jari Nurminen

    Jari Nurminen

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    Jari Nurminen (born November 10, 1961) is a Finnish racing driver from Helsinki.


  15. Atte Mustonen

    Atte Mustonen

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    Atte Mustonen (born 16 September 1988 in Heinola, Finland), is a single-seater motor racing driver.


  16. Toni Vilander

    Toni Vilander

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    Finnish racing driver

  17. Juho Annala

    Juho Annala

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    Juho Annala, born (1984-02-24) February 24, 1984 (age 30) in Lapua, is a Finnish race car driver. After starting in karting, Annala moved to Swedish, Finnish, and Nordic Formula Ford in 2004, winning the Nordic championship and coming second in both the Swedish and Finnish championships. In 2005 he moved to the British Formula Three Championship driving for Alan Docking Racing in the national class of the championship. He finished 6th in series points scoring 3 podium finishes. In 2006 he switched teams to Performance Racing Europe and captured 3 wins and 3 pole positions on his way to third in the championship. In 2007 he drove in the International Formula Master series for Jenzer Motorsport and finished 11th in points with a runner up finish at Brno. He drove in the 2008 Grand Prix of Long Beach, the final Champ Car race, for Rocketsports but was knocked out by mechanical problems after 42 laps after qualifying last. Later in the year he made two starts in the Finnish Super Touring Championship.


  18. Jesse Krohn

    Jesse Krohn

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    Jesse Kurki-Suonio (born 3 September 1990 in Nurmijärvi, Uusimaa), more commonly known as Jesse Krohn, is a Finnish racing driver currently competing in the Italian Formula Three Championship. He is notable for winning the Finnish, Northern European Zone (NEZ) and Estonian Formula Renault championships.


  19. Henri Karjalainen

    Henri Karjalainen

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    Henri Mikael Karjalainen (born February 19, 1986) is a Finnish racing driver. He will race in GT Finnish Championship in the year 2010. Henri's manager is Finnish Sport Management Agency SportElite.


  20. Valle Mäkelä

    Valle Mäkelä

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    Finnish racing driver

  21. Markus Niemelä

    Markus Niemelä

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    Finnish racing driver

  22. Matias Laine

    Matias Laine

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    Matias Laine (born 25 April 1990 in Joensuu) is a Finnish racing driver.


  23. Leo Kinnunen

    Leo Kinnunen

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    Finnish rally and racing driver

  24. Curt Lincoln

    Curt Lincoln

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    Curt "Curre" Richard Lincoln (Stockholm, October 25, 1918 – Espoo, August 28, 2005) was one of the most famous race car drivers in Finland. His racing career started with hydroplanes in 1947. In 1949 he changed to a 500 cc Effyh, later he also drove cars such as Jaguar D types, Ferraris and Formula 3 Coopers. During his career he drove around 400 races and had around 200 wins. He won 14 Finnish Eläintarha races between 1951 and 1962 in the Formula 3 and Junior classes. Other wins were the GP of Angola and two class wins at the Swedish GP in Kristianstad. Curt was also a top level tennis player, being Finnish and Swedish Champion. He was also one of the organisers when Keimola Motor Stadium was built in Finland. He had his last win in 1967 with F3 Brabham BT 21 at Keimola and retired from racing in the next year. Curt Lincoln became a Finnish Citizen in 1961. His daughter Nina was married to Formula One World Champion Jochen Rindt.


  25. Mika Mäki

    Mika Mäki

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    Mika Mäki (born February 27, 1988 in Pirkkala, Finland) is a Finnish racing driver.


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