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De la Rosa ready to celebrate 100th GP in Italian GP

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Pedro de la Rosa was made first appearance on 7 March 1999, attractive one of very few drivers to score a point at his first race. He has scored a total of 35 championship points, which includes a podium finish at the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix for team McLaren Mercedes.

He was privileged in 1992 Spanish Renault Champion and 1995 Japanese Formula 3 title winner. He made initially joined in Formula 1 as a test driver role for Jordan Grand Prix in 1998.

Also he is well known Formula 1 test driver, six year he was work with McLaren as test drivers role and two season drives with McLaren as a race driver role.

The Spaniard has made two surprising returns to Formula 1 – in 2010 with Sauber (appeared just one race) and this season with HRT, where he is helping to reconstruct the team.

“Making it to 100 Grands Prix is something very special and I’m very motivated ahead of Italy, not only because of the 100 mark but because I’m certain that we can be even more competitive,” he says on Tuesday.

“Monza is a similar circuit to Canada, where maximum speed and brake stability are important – and these are our strengths.

“I love consecutive races because I like continuity. Besides, Monza is one of my favourite circuits because it’s very different to the rest. For all of those reasons, I’m really excited ahead of this Grand Prix.”


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