Formula One Driver Nicolas Kiesa, Denmark

Formula One Driver

Full Name: Nicolas Kiesa
Date of Birth: 3 March 1978
Birthplace: Copenhagen, Denmark
Teams: Minardi | Jordan


Formula One Career

Year Car Race Start Won Pod Pole Pts
2005 Jordan 7 0 0 0 0 0
2003 Minardi 5 5 0 0 0 0

Nicolas Kiesa Pictures

Nicolas Kiesa leads Bas Leinders in the 2004 Altech South African Grand Prix for F1x2 two-seaters
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan Grand Prix
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan Grand Prix
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15B
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15B
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15B
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan Grand Prix
Colin Kolles and Nicolas Kiesa
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan Grand Prix
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15
Nicolas Kiesa - Jordan-Toyota EJ15

Nicolas Kiesa Stories

  • Bjork continues to surprise on debut.

    Open article Bjork continues to surprise on debut.

    Although reputed to be one of the hardest vehicles to step into and prove competitive, as several high-profile drivers have found before, Thed Bjork is proving to have no problems adjusting to a rear-wheel drive V8 DTM Audi A4 after proving the quickest of the 2004-specification machines at Le Mans.

  • Kristensen pipped at post as Schneider struggles.

    Open article Kristensen pipped at post as Schneider struggles.

    Mercedes' Bruno Spengler stole Tom Kristensen's thunder in the very last seconds of qualifying at Le Mans, as championship leader Bernd Schneider found himself dumped out in the second session for the first time this year.

  • Title rivals trade blows in practice.

    Open article Title rivals trade blows in practice.

    Following Audi's opening salvo in the morning session, with 'King of Le Mans' Tom Kristensen heading title rival Bernd Schneider at the top of the timesheets, Mercedes redressed the balance in the DTM's second free practice session in France.

  • Tomczyk triumphs as title rivals collide.

    Open article Tomczyk triumphs as title rivals collide.

    It is his sixth season in the DTM yet Martin Tomczyk can only finally now celebrate his first ever victory in the series after a controlled drive from pole position at the Circuit de Catalunya, a race that almost certainly gifted Bernd Schneider the title.

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