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Ma Qinghua
Ma Qing Hua was born in Shanghai, China, on 25 December 1987. He became the first Chinese driver to win an FIA World Championship race when he won race two of the 2014 FIA WTCC Race of Russia.
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Age 32
FE Race Wins 0
Poles 0
Driver Position -
Nationality China

Ma was added to HRT F1 driver development programme on 5 April 2012, and made history as the first Chinese-born driver to drive a Formula One car at an FIA-sanctioned event. At the end of the 2012 season, Ma moved to Caterham, continuing the role of Friday test driver whilst racing for their GP2 Series team for the season. He made his debut GP2 Series race in 2013 Sepang GP2 Series round. In 2013 Chinese Grand Prix, he replaced Charles Pic to participate in the Free Practice 1 and became the first Chinese driver to drive in home Grand Prix session.

During the middle of the 2015/16, Ma joined Team Aguri to drive their second pair of Spark-Renault SRT_01Es for the rest of the season and was retained by CMC as they renamed Team Aguri to Techeetah for 2016/17. Ma works backed as the NIO Formula E Team reserve driver for 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons and was signed up with the new NIO 333 FE Team as the contracted driver alongside with Oliver Turvey to compete in the Season six.

Oliver Turvey | Ma Qinghua
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