Coulthard can refer to:

  • Bill Coulthard (1923-), a Canadian basketball player
  • David Coulthard (1971-), a Scottish racing driver
  • Fabian Coulthard (1982-), a New Zealand racing driver
  • George Coulthard (1856-1883), an Australian rules footballer
  • Jean Coulthard (1908-2000), a Canadian composer
  • Michael Sean Coulthard (1968-), a play-by-play announcer better known by the stage name Michael Cole
  • Ray Coulthard (fl. 2005), an English actor
  • John Coulthard and Son then R. Coulthard and Company, a locomotive manufacturer later known as Black, Hawthorn & Co

Other articles related to "coulthard":

Black, Hawthorn & Co - John Coulthard and Son
... The Quarry Field Works was opened in 1835 by John and Ralph Coulthard, known as John Coulthard and Son which became R ... Coulthard and Company in 1853 when the partnership was dissolved ...
Fabian Coulthard
... Fabian Coulthard (born 28 July 1982) is a professional race car driver, currently competing in the V8 Supercars Championship ... Coulthard was born in Burnley, England but raised in Auckland, New Zealand ... In the United Kingdom, Coulthard competed in British Formula Renault, where he was team mates with Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton ...
Red Bull Racing - History - 2006 Season
... David Coulthard completed a handful of laps of the Silverstone circuit in England, and declared the new car was a "sexy looking thing" ... Coulthard had problems when he flat spotted a tyre fighting with Nick Heidfeld, and finished 10th the cooling problems returned when his Ferrari engine expired on the slowing down lap, forcing a grid penalty for ... In Malaysia, Coulthard made up several places from back of the grid but was forced to retire with hydraulic problems, while Klien had an opening lap incident with ...
Mc Laren MP4/11
... who was in his third full season with the team, and David Coulthard, who moved from Williams ... The car's best result came at the Monaco GP, with Coulthard finishing a close second to Olivier Panis' Ligier at the end of a chaotic race ... an initial handling imbalance in time for Coulthard to lead the first 19 laps of the San Marino GP ...