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14 December 1993 (24)
Bob Drake (14 December 1919)

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about Antonio Giovinazzi

Antonio Giovinazzi (born 14 December 1993) is an Italian racing driver. He was the 2015 FIA European Formula 3 Championship runner-up and raced with Prema in the 2016 International GP2 Series, finishing in second place with five wins and eight overall podiums. Giovinazzi has been chosen by Scuderia Ferrari as their FIA Formula 1 third and reserve driver for the 2017 season. He made his Formula One Grand Prix debut for Sauber at the 2017 Australian Grand Prix, replacing Pascal Wehrlein. He also replaced Wehrlein at the following Chinese Grand Prix as Wehrlein continued his recovery.


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2017 Marcus Ericsson
Pascal Wehrlein
Sauber compare 2017

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Giovinazzi finished a close second to Toro Rosso F1 racer Pierre Gasly in GP2 in 2016 and replaced the injured Pascal Wehrlein at Sauber for the first two grands prix of ’17, but has since performed only testing duties for Ferrari and Sauber, plus some free practice sessions for Sauber and Haas. Ferrari made Giovinazzi its third driver in 2017 and the Italian has increasingly become integral ... ...

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The Italian topped the times on day of the Hungaroring test driving for Ferrari, then followed it up with fourth for Sauber on day two. Giovinazzi's time in the Ferrari was one thousandth faster than Scuderia driver Kimi Raikkonen managed when he took over the SF71H on Wednesday, and he was six tenths faster in the Sauber than race driver Marcus Ericsson. Asked by Motorsport.com how happy he ... ...

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The Italian topped the times on day of the Hungaroring test driving for Ferrari, then followed it up with fourth for Sauber on day two. Giovinazzi's time in the Ferrari was one thousandth faster than Scuderia driver Kimi Raikkonen managed when he took over the SF71H on Wednesday, and he was six tenths faster in the Sauber than race driver Marcus Ericsson. Asked by Motorsport.com how happy he ... ...

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The Italian registered an impressive day behind the wheel of the SF71H by building on his morning benchmark with impressive afternoon times, initially on the medium (1m17.807s) and supersoft tyres (1m16.887s). His effort on supersofts brought him within 0.7s of Vettel’s lap record, a 1m16.170s set during FP3 for last weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix. With just over two hours to go ... ...

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The Italian registered an impressive day behind the wheel of the SF71H by building on his morning benchmark with impressive afternoon times, initially on the medium (1m17.807s) and supersoft tyres (1m16.887s).His effort on supersofts brought him within 0.7s of Vettel’s lap record, a 1m16.170s set during FP3 for last weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.With just over two hours to go ...

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The Italian driver, who appeared for Sauber in first practice at the Hungaroring last Friday, clocked a 1m19.648s on soft tyres in the third hour of running. That was more than three seconds slower than the fastest time through the race weekend, a 1m16.170s set by Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in FP3, as Tuesday’s drivers went about their test programmes. Giovinazzi usurped McLaren’s ... ...

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The Italian driver, who appeared for Sauber in first practice at the Hungaroring last Friday, clocked a 1m19.648s on soft tyres in the third hour of running.That was more than three seconds slower than the fastest time through the race weekend, a 1m16.170s set by Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in FP3, as Tuesday’s drivers went about their test programmes.Giovinazzi usurped McLaren’s ...

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The Italian, who made his race debut with the Swiss squad in last year's Australian Grand Prix, will replace Marcus Ericsson in the first session of the weekend alongside Charles Leclerc.It will be Giovinazzi's first outing in F1 machinery since he tested for Sauber and Ferrari in the post-Spanish Grand Prix text in May.Giovinazzi, 24, had seven FP1 outings with the Ferrari-powered ...

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Bottas hit the front half-an-hour into the session, and later consolidated his position by setting his best lap of the morning using soft compound Pirellis.But Ferrari's Antonio Giovinazzi, who drove for Sauber yesterday, then knocked him off top spot with 20 minutes of the morning remaining with a lap of 1m16.972s on hypersofts.Bottas then reclaimed the position by 0.068s five ...

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The Italian had been a contender for a drive at the rebranded Alfa Romeo Sauber outfit, but in the end lost out when team bosses elected to retain Marcus Ericsson instead.But despite the disappointment of another year of only getting a few Friday practice outings, Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne has made it clear that he still believes Giovinazzi will get a race opportunity in the ...

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It is widely believed that F2 champion Leclerc, who has been running FP1 sessions for the Swiss team, has already got the job – although some sources insist that a final decision has not been made, and that Giovinazzi remains in the frame.Sauber is obliged under its new engine and gearbox deal with Ferrari to take one of the Maranello young drivers, and negotiations are ongoing for ...

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