Nico Müller  

Nationality  Swiss 
Date of birth  February 25, 1992 
Place of birth  Thun (Switzerland) 
2010 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0  
Debut season  2009 
Current team  Jenzer Motorsport 
Car no.  51 
Starts  14 
Wins  0 
Poles  0 
Fastest laps  0 
Best finish  11th in 2009 
Previous series  
2008–09 2008 2008 
Swiss
Formula Renault 2.0 Italian Formula Renault 2.0 Formula Renault 2.0 WEC 
Championship titles  
2009  Swiss Formula Renault 2.0 
Nico Müller (born February 25, 1992 in Thun) is a professional racing driver from Switzerland.
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Müller began his karting career in 2004 and the following year, Müller finished sixth in the Bridgestone Cup Switzerland ICA Junior class. He improved to third place in the same competition in 2006 and also finished as runnerup in the Swiss Junior Championship. In 2007, he won the Bridgestone Cup Switzerland KF3 class, winning the title by a single point, and took fifth place in the Swiss KF3 championship.
In 2008, Müller stepped up to singleseaters, racing in his native Formula Renault series for Jenzer Motorsport. In his first year in the category, he finished fifth, taking a victory at SpaFrancorchamps along with two other podium places. He also took part in selected races of both the Italian Formula Renault 2.0 and Formula Renault 2.0 West European Cup series.
Müller remained in the Swiss Formula Renault 2.0 series in 2009 and wrapped up the title in dominant fashion, finishing on the podium in all twelve races, taking nine victories and nine pole positions.^{[1]}
He also contested a full season of the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 championship with Jenzer Motorsport. He originally finished third in his début race in Barcelona, but was later promoted to second following the disqualification of race winner Albert Costa.^{[2]} During the season he took a further four pointsscoring positions to finish eleventh in the championship, the third highest placed rookie driver.^{[3]}
At the end of October 2009, Müller tested a World Series by Renault car for the first time, driving for Prema Powerteam at Motorland Aragón in Spain as a prize for winning the Swiss Formula Renault title.^{[4]} A week later, he took part in the first International Formula Master test session of the winter at the Hungaroring, finishing as the fastest driver on day one before taking second place the following day.^{[5]}^{[6]}
Season  Series  Team  Races  Wins  Poles  F/Laps  Podiums  Points  Position 

2008  Swiss Formula Renault 2.0  Jenzer Motorsport  12  1  0  0  3  174  5th 
Italian Formula Renault 2.0  4  0  0  0  0  8  32nd  
Formula Renault 2.0 West European Cup  2  0  0  0  0  0  52nd  
2009  Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0  Jenzer Motorsport  14  0  0  0  1  25  11th 
Swiss Formula Renault 2.0  12  9  9  8  12  317  1st 
Sporting positions  

Preceded by Christopher Zanella 
Swiss
Formula Renault 2.0 Champion 2009 
Succeeded by Incumbent 
