Oriol Servia
Oriol Servià
Oriol Servià, son of a Spanish Rally champion, has been racing since he was young, advancing steadily up the racing ranks in various series around the world.

Before joining the Champ Car World Series, Servià was the 1999 Dayton Indy Lights champion, finishing second in five races and earning three pole positions. Servia has had success during his career in Champ Car as well. He finished a career-best second in the championship standings in 2005, and gave Dale Coyne Racing its first podium finish since 1996 with a third-place run at Laguna Seca in 2004. He joined the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2008 and finished fourth in the 2011 championship standings with Newman/Haas Racing. Servia started the 2015 FIA Formula E season driving for Dragon Racing then became the team's Managing Director, Technical and Commercial partnerships. He drove for RLL/Scuderia Corsa at the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500.

Servià is a graduate of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya with a degree in mechanical engineering. An avid motocross rider, he received his first off-road motorcycle from his father, Salvadore, when he was two years old.
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Born: July 13, 1974
Pals, Catalonia, Spain
Los Angeles, California
Rahal Letterman Lanigan
Total Seasons(open-wheel): 15
Starts: 202
Podiums: 19
Best Finish: 1st (Montreal 2005)
Best Start: 1st (Surfer's 2005)
Top-Five: 51 (includes podiums)
Top-10: 101 (includes top-five)
Laps Led: 130
Fitness, music
Favorite artist:
Salvador Dalí
Place he'd tell you to visit:
The Dalí museum located in 
St. Petersburg, Florida.
Career Highlights
2018 - Will drive for RLL/Scuderia Corsa at Indianapolis 500

2017 - Drove for RLL at 101st Indianapolis 500 and Detroit GP

2016 - Finished 12th at the 100th Indianapolis 500 for SPM

2015 - Drove the late Justin Wilson's car at Sonoma

2014 - Opened the Formula E season with Dragon Racing

2013 - Finished 22nd in IZOD IndyCar Series for Panther DRR

2012 - Finished 13th in IZOD IndyCar Series for DRR

2011 - Finished 4th in IZOD IndyCar Series standings 
for Newman/Haas Racing

2009 - Finished 21st in IndyCar Series, competed in just 5 races

2008 - Finished 9th in IndyCar Series standings for KVRT

2007 - Finished 6th in Champ Car World Series

2006 - Finished 11th in Champ Car World Series

2005 - Finished 2nd Second in Champ Car World Series 
with 1 win and 7 podiums

2004 - Finished 10th in Champ Car World Series

2003 - Finished 7th in Champ Car World Series

2002 - Finished 16th in CART Championship for PWR

2001 - Finished 19th in CART Championship for Sigma Auto

2000 - Finished 15th in CART Champ Car World Series

1999 - Winner of Indy Lights with 5 podiums/3 pole positions

1998 - Finished 7th in Lights standings for Dorricott Racing

1997 - Finished 8th in French Formula 3 with 1 win 
and 3 podiums. Finished 19th in Formula 3 Britain

1994/95 - Finished 11th in 1994 and 6th in 1995 
in French Formula Renault
Alternate Angles
Photos by Joe Skibinski
Oriol's Lids

Over the years Servià has showcased some of the most interesting helmets on the grid. Designed by such talents as Troy Lee Designs and Asaign.com, and representing such features as Salvador Dalí and the flag of Catalonia, these lids are always fan-favorites.Take a look at some of his amazing head-gear from past seasons.
Parting Shot

Photographer Mike Levitt captured Servià 
and team owner Paul Newman on the podium at Milwaukee in 2005. This was Servià's first race with the team. He would go on the earn his first Champ Car victory and finish second in the championship standings.
Mike Levitt