Maximilian Gunther1997-07-02 (age 23)
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BMW Andretti racer Maximilian Gunther extended his mini run of form at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo by topping the morning practice running ahead of the Valencia E-Prix.
Maximilian Gunther believes Formula E has a “very, very bright future” and is “untouchable” despite the loss of two big-ticket manufacturers in Audi and BMW.
A fantastic full-power lap from Maximilian Gunther meant he comfortably topped the final free practice session of the Formula E season ahead of the sixth Berlin race.
BMW Andretti’s Maximilian Gunther has been disqualified from the first Berlin E-Prix having exceeded the amount of useable energy available.
Maximilian Gunther won the first championship round of the Formula E Race at Home Challenge on a virtual Hong Kong circuit after an early crash for polesitter Stoffel Vandoorne.
Antonio Felix da Costa topped opening practice for the Marrakesh E-Prix, while his DS Techeetah teammate and reigning Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne was forced to miss the session.
BMW’s Maximilian Gunther set the fastest time of the week to top abortive final session of Formula E testing at Valencia, as Sebastian Buemi ‘won’ the simulated race session.
Envision Virgin Racing driver Sam Bird topped the first day of Formula E 2019/20 pre-season testing at Valencia as Mercedes’ woes on Nyck de Vries’s car continued.
Jerome d’Ambrosio won the Marrakesh E-Prix, the second round of the 2018-19 ABB Formula E Championship, after the dominant BMWs of Antonio Felix da Costa and Alexander Sims collided and threw away victory.
Maximilian Gunther scored his first victory in the Formula 2 sprint race at Silverstone as title rivals George Russell and Lando Norris charged to second and third.
Arden International rookie Maximilian Gunther claimed honours on the final day of Formula 2 pre-season testing in Bahrain.
Mercedes junior Maximilian Gunther will step up from Formula 3 to race in F2 for Arden International in 2018.
The junior single-seater scene featured many exciting talents and potential future Formula 1 stars in 2017, but who were the top performers? Motorsport.com selects its 20 most impressive young drivers.
Prema Formula 3 driver Callum Ilott will line up on pole position for two of the three races of the Hockenheim season finale, with teammate Maximilian Gunther heading the grid for the final race.
Callum Ilott took a start-to-finish win in the first Formula 3 European Championship race of the penultimate round at the Red Bull Ring.
Lando Norris was supreme in the final race of the European Formula 3 round at Zandvoort with his second lights-to-flag win of the weekend.
Ferdinand Habsburg put in a stunning drive from eighth on the grid to take his maiden Formula 3 European Championship win in a thrilling second race of the Spa round.
Force India protege Jehan Daruvala took his maiden Formula 3 European Championship race win in the finale at Norisring after withstanding massive pressure from series leader Maximilian Gunther.
McLaren F1 protege Lando Norris took a stunning win in the second race of the Formula 3 European Championship round at the Norisring.
Maximilian Gunther won a thrilling opening race of the Formula 3 European Championship round at the Norisring after a late-race collision between Jake Hughes and Lando Norris.
Maximilian Gunther took his third consecutive European Formula 3 win in the first race at the Hungaroring to take the lead in the standings.
Prema Powerteam's Maximilian Gunther comfortably topped the first European F3 qualifying session at a drying Hungaroring.
Maximilian Gunther won the 76th running of the Pau Grand Prix, and his second European Formula 3 race in a row, as Lando Norris crashed out of a comfortable lead.
BMW junior Joel Eriksson held off Lando Norris to win the opening European F3 race at Pau, after pole-sitter Callum Ilott crashed out.
This year's European Formula 3 season is about to start at Silverstone, with several drivers looking to fill the void created by last year's F1-bound champion Lance Stroll. David Gruz assesses the class of 2017.
Maximilian Gunther will return to the European F3 series for a third consecutive campaign, re-signing with Italian outfit Prema Powerteam.
Assessing the hottest future prospects across so many different junior series can be tricky - which is why Motorsport.com's team of writers have chosen their 20 top performers of the year. Read on to see who makes the grade.
Maximilian Gunther became the third different Prema Powerteam driver to take victory in the European Formula 3 round at Zandvoort in the final race of the weekend.
Prema Powerteam's Nick Cassidy secured his first win in European Formula 3 after taking the lead off the line in Race 2 of the sixth round of the season at Zandvoort.
Van Amersfoort Racing rookie Anthoine Hubert converted pole position into his first European F3 race win at the Norisring, nailing three safety car restarts along the way.
Joel Eriksson has been stripped of his maiden F3 pole in the first qualifying at Spielberg as his best time was deleted due to track limits.
European Formula 3 rookie Ben Barnicoat scored his second consecutive victory in the series as he controlled a wet first race of the Pau weekend.
Prema's Maximilian Gunther took the European F3 championship lead by becoming the first repeat winner of the 2016 campaign in Race 2 at the Hungaroring.
Hitech GP driver George Russell has been stripped of his maiden pole in European Formula 3 at the Hungaroring due to a track limits infringement.
Maximilian Gunther became the third different race winner of the European Formula 3 Paul Ricard opener after leading every lap of Race 3.
Prema's Maximilian Gunther was quickest in the second European Formula 3 qualifying session at Paul Ricard, and will start Races 2 and 3 from pole.
It may have been a turbulent winter for the FIA European Formula 3 series, but the category's 2016 entry list is still packed with quality. Valentin Khorounzhiy is your guide to all the runners and riders.
Despite the sheer volume of safety cars and red flags, European Formula 3 enjoyed a milestone year in terms of grid quality. Valentin Khorounzhiy spotlights those who stood out in the ultra-competitive field.
Newly-crowned European F3 champion Felix Rosenqvist claimed a comfortable sixth consecutive pole in first qualifying at Hockenheim, while his Prema Powerteam squad locked out the first two rows.