Formula One drivers from New Zealand
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There have been eight Formula One drivers from New Zealand, half of them having started two or fewer races. The late 1950s to mid-1970s is viewed as the "golden age" for New Zealand in the sport and saw Denny Hulme crowned as World Drivers' Championship in 1967. New Zealand drivers have been absent from Formula One events since Mike Thackwell last raced in 1984.
There has not been a driver from New Zealand in Formula One since Mike Thackwell left the sport in 1984. Brendon Hartley was the official Red Bull reserve driver for the 2009 and 2010 seasons and has a testing role with Mercedes in 2012 but has not yet progressed into a race weekend. Before him, in 2004, Scott Dixon tested for Williams but did go on to secure a racing seat.
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