H2O Racing
Union Internationale Motonautique

Bartek Marszalek - 77

TEAM: Stromoy Racing F1H2O Team
HULL: DAC
COUNTRY: Poland
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE: Warsaw, POL
DATE OF BIRTH: 09/09/1983
PLACE OF BIRTH: Warsaw, POL
HEIGHT: 183 CM
WEIGHT: 83 KG
RACING SUPER LICENSE:
MECHANICS - CREW:

1 - IRINA MARZALEK (RADIOMAN)
2 – ANDRZEI DZIUBEK (PONTOON MECHANIC)
3 – ROBERTINO MILIONKOVIC (PONTOON MECHANIC)
4 – PAUL KIRKBY (PONTOON MECHANIC)

DEBUT: 2011
GRAND PRIX ENTERED: 54
RACE STARTS: 49
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: 0
BEST OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP FINISH: 5
BEST RACE FINISH: 2
BEST QUALIFYING POSITION: 3
CAREER PODIUMS: 3
2ND: 1
3RD: 2
CAREER POINTS: 140
LAST PODIUM: 2 - Sharjah 2022
PROFILE

BARTEK MARSZALEK mbarks on his tenth year in F1H2O and will be looking to improve on 2019, his best season, when he finished fifth in the overall standings with a career best third place finish in Sharjah, UAE, where in 2017 he rounded out the year with a career-best qualifying, making it into Q3 for the second time and posting the third best time.

He comes from a family with a strong racing pedigree and started racing in 2005 in the Formula 250 class going on to win the Polish Championship. The following season he moved up to the Formula 350 class and was second in the World Championship.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: / WIN: / 2ND: / 3RD:
BEST RACE FINISH: 5 / BEST QUALIFYING POSITION: 3 / BEST CHAMPIONSHIP FINISH: 8
GRAND PRIX ENTERED: 42 / RACE STARTS: 36
DEBUT: 2011

CAREER INFOS

2022 - 7th F1H2O World Championship
2021 - 8th F1H2O World Championship
2019 - 5th F1H2O World Championship
2018 - 15th F1H2O World Championship
2017 - 10th F1H2O World Championship
2016 - 15th F1H2O World Championship
2015 - 15th F1H2O World Championship
2014 - 8th F1H2O World Championship
2013 - 12th F1H2O World Championship
2012 - 13th F1H2O World Championship
2011 - 20th F1H2O World Championship
2005 - Polish Champion Formula 250
2006 - 2nd World Championship Formula 350
2007 - 3rd World Endurance 8 hour race Formula 4
2008 - 2nd World Endurance 8 hour race Formula 2
2009 - 8th F2 World Championship
2010 - 5th F2 World Championship