David Coulthard enjoyed a long and spectacular career as a Formula One driver during which he drove for three of the most successful teams in the history of the sport - Williams, McLaren and Red Bull Racing. When he stopped racing in F1 at the end of 2008 he held the record for being the highest points scoring British Formula One driver of all time.
Winner of 13 Grand Prix, including twice winner of both the British and Monaco Grand Prix, David achieved a remarkable 62 podium ﬁnishes during a long Formula One career which saw him race against world class competition including Michael Schumacher, Mika Hakkinen, Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.
Coulthard played a key role in helping McLaren to win the Formula One World Championships for Constructors in 1998, the team ﬁnishing 2nd in 1999, 2000 and 2001.
A founding member of the Red Bull Racing team in 2005, Coulthard brought the team its ﬁrst podium ﬁnish in 2006 in Monaco, and was instrumental in developing it into a 4-times World Championship winning team in 2010-13.
He has established a successful second career as a world class broadcaster and commentator, initially with BBC Television and more recently at Channel 4, for which David’s production company Whisper Films produces the television coverage of Formula One in the UK.