Clivio Durand

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Clivio Durand
Nationality Flag of France svg.png French
Born September 8, 1972
Strasbourg, Alsace, France
Current Team Gauloises Prost Citroën
Car Number 15
Former Teams Tyrrell
Races 17
Championships 0
Victories 1
Podiums 1
Points 10
Pole Positions 10
Fastest Laps 0
First Race 1996 F1RGP2C Australian Grand Prix
First Victory 1997 F1RGP2C Austrian Grand Prix
Last Victory 1997 F1RGP2C Austrian Grand Prix
Last Race 1997 F1RGP2C Austrian Grand Prix
Best Finish 13 - (10 points)

Clivio Durand (born 8 September 1972 in Strasbourg, Alsace, France ) is a French professional racing driver who competed in several forms of motorsport including the F1RGP2C and touring cars. He is best remembered for his solitary win in the F1RGP2C, which came after a storming drive from pole at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix whilst filling in for the fired Pieter Kickert at Williams. It proved to be his only start all season, with fellow Williams test driver Jorg Scrattenheim taking over driving duties for the next Grand Prix.