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Italian
14 December 1993 (26)
Bob Drake (14 December 1919)

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5th (2019 Brazilian Grand Prix)
7th (2019 Austrian Grand Prix)
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17 (0.5 points per race avg)
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4 (11.4%)
2017 Australian Grand Prix
2020 Portuguese Grand Prix

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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seasons

2017, 2019, 2020,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2017 Marcus Ericsson
Pascal Wehrlein
Sauber compare 2017
2019 Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo compare 2019
2020 Kimi Räikkönen
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A rear wheel became detached from Giovinazzi’s Alfa Romeo after he spun into the barrier early in the Belgian GP.<br>The wheel subsequently bounced back across the track and into the path of Williams driver George Russell, who was left with nowhere to go.<br>The issue of flying wheels was first addressed by the FIA with the introduction of tethers in 1999. Their spec was upgraded in 2004 ...

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Giovinazzi crashed at the exit of Les Fagnes on Lap 10 of the race, spinning into the barrier on the right-hand side of the track.<br>The Alfa Romeo car bounced back towards the racing line, forcing Russell to take evasive action and crash his Williams into the wall on the left-hand side of the track.<br>A loose wheel from Giovinazzi’s car hit the front-left wheel on Russell’s car during the ...

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Around half an hour into the session, the Italian had a high-speed spin at Turn 13 at the exit of Becketts, flat spotting his tyres and damaging his floor.<br>However, he was able to resume and returned to the pits under his own power, losing parts of the bodywork as he drove down the Hangar Straight towards Stowe.<br>That forced race control to red flag the session to allow marshals to clear the ...

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The Italian went off the road entering the final corner in Q1 and tapped the barrier, and he ended the session in 19th and last of the drivers who set a time, ahead of only Romain Grosjean.<br>Given the possible consequences of the contact with the barrier, and the fact that he had little to lose, the Hinwil team had decided to fit a replacement gearbox.<br>The other penalty issued since ...

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Mugello and Imola are both in the running to host races after the currently scheduled Italian GP at Monza on September 6, with Imola’s boss having this week touted a triple header.<br>Sources suggest that it’s currently more likely that Mugello will host a race on September 13 followed by a trip to Portimao in Portugal, but Imola is not yet officially out of contention, although there are ...

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Alfa Romeo driver Giovinazzi, who was supported by Ferrari, joined the field full-time last year.<br>But the Italian was overlooked for a drive with Ferrari following confirmation of four-time world champion Vettel’s exit, with the seat instead going to McLaren driver Carlos Sainz.<br>Giovinazzi said he did not feel any disappointment over missing out on the drive, believing it was not the right ...

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F1 rookie Giovinazzi had a tough first half of his debut full-season as Alfa teammate Kimi Raikkonen racked up an impressive tally, but looked set to bounce back with an impressive drive into the points at Spa.<br>Giovinazzi then crashed out on his penultimate lap, amplifying the pressure to keep his seat for 2020, before he recovered strongly one week later at his and the team’s home race in ...

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Although he had a difficult start to the year, the Italian's seat was never really in doubt after his form improved in the middle of the year, and because there was no obvious alternative for a seat that is reserved for a Ferrari junior driver.<br>The best result of his rookie season thus far was his ninth place in Monza, although he was eighth on the road in Germany before receiving a penalty for ...

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The Alfa Romeo rookie has only scored four points this season compared to teammate Kimi Raikkonen's 31, but two of Giovinazzi's three top-10 finishes have come in the five races since the summer break while Raikkonen has failed to score points in that same period.<br>Giovinazzi sees a parallel between his bid to keep his F1 drive and his junior single-seater career, which peaked with second place ...

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Though a 10-second penalty was added to his race time, Giovinazzi had finished 17.6s clear of 11th-placed Romain Grosjean.<br>The incident occurred when a recovery crane was on track at the exit of Turn 8 to retrieve George Russell's Williams, which had ended up in the wall following a tangle with Grosjean.<br>A stewards' statement said: "The race director had instructed all cars to stay to the ...

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Ferrari placed Giovinazzi at the Sauber-run Alfa team for 2019, giving him his full-season F1 debut, but the 25-year-old has been comprehensively outperformed by experienced teammate Kimi Raikkonen, who has scored 31 points to Giovinazzi's three.<br>Giovinazzi scored his second points finish of the season with a career-best ninth at the previous race in Italy, one week after crashing out of ninth ...

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Giovinazzi lost a potential eighth place in Belgium when he had a high-speed crash on the penultimate lap, having carried the team's hopes throughout after Kimi Raikkonen's first-lap clash with Max Verstappen.<br>In Italy he was again the team's main representative after Raikkonen started from the pitlane and lost all chance of points with an early stop and go penalty for a tyre ...

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The Italian suffered a power unit failure in the closing stages of Q1 after setting a time that had been good enough to get him through to the second stage of qualifying.<br>He had been set to start 13th thanks to others dropping back through penalties.<br>But his team decided on Sunday morning that rather than fit him with an older specification power unit, it would take another latest ...

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Stroll was knocked out of the opening segment of qualifying at the Hungaroring, where he encountered Giovinazzi's Alfa Romeo at Turn 5.<br>Giovinazzi progressed to Q2 and eventually qualified 14th fastest, but will start 17th – two places ahead of Stroll – after the stewards deemed he unnecessarily impeded the Canadian.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Hungarian GP: Verstappen beats Bottas to grab ...

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Giovinazzi has been compromised by bad luck on several occasions this season, and at Silverstone last weekend he spun off due to an issue at the rear of the car.<br>Although the lack of points is not entirely the Ferrari protege’s fault – his only score was 10th in Austria – it has inevitably put him in the spotlight.<br>Vasseur has been encouraged by Giovinazzi's recent progress, especially ...

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Giovinazzi is the only non-Williams driver yet to score a point in 2019, while Alfa Romeo teammate Kimi Raikkonen is ninth in the championship with 13 points and a best finish of seventh.<br>Qualifying 18th and finishing 16th in the previous race in Spain marked Giovinazzi's worst results of the year.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Raikkonen: "Very unfair" to judge Giovinazzi on start of ...

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The Alfa Romeo driver had qualified 18th, just ahead of the two Williams cars, and had been set to start 17th thanks to Nico Hulkenberg's pitlane start.<br>But he now looks set to be moved down the order after the FIA reported that he had broken the rules by having a new gearbox fitted.<br>"This gearbox change was before the six consecutive Events expired," said an FIA note. "Therefore this is not ...

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Giovinazzi, who is contesting his first full-time season in F1, is yet to outqualify grand prix racing veteran Raikkonen and has no points to his name – whereas the Finn has been in the top 10 in all three races so far.<br>But Giovinazzi is yet to enjoy a clean race weekend as an Alfa Romeo driver, as he had his Australian Grand Prix compromised by floor and front wing damage from debris, sat ...

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The upgraded version was fast-tracked through the system after Charles Leclerc suffered a failure in the Bahrain GP, and was used by the works Ferrari and Haas drivers in Shanghai.<br>However, Alfa opted not to take it because its release by Ferrari came relatively late, and some bespoke installation work would have had to be done in the field at the last minute.<br>When Giovinazzi subsequently ...

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Following Leclerc's failure, which cost him victory at Sakhir, both Ferraris and both Haas entries were fitted with a new specification control electronics unit offered by Ferrari for China.<br>However, due to time constraints in adapting the cars to a different installation, Alfa Romeo chose not to take the new units for China.<br>Giovinazzi lost a cylinder at the start of his first flying lap in ...

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Giovinazzi was only able to complete an installation lap in the morning session before being stopped in the garage when the team discovered a fault that it had not detected during car build.<br>The team had to remove the power unit entirely and refit it before Giovinazzi could return to action in the second session.<br>Vasseur said: "We had an issue on the installation of the engine, and we had to ...

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Giovinazzi finished FP1 with just two installation laps to his name and no time but was able to take part in FP2, in which he completed more laps than any other driver.<br>However, even after the second session had finished, the F1 rookie said "we don't know yet" what caused him to miss out on FP1.<br>"It was an issue we didn't find yet," said Giovinazzi. "Luckily the mechanics did a good job and ...

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Raikkonen, the 2007 world champion, joined Alfa Romeo from Ferrari on a two-year deal, and is currently contesting his 17th season in grand prix racing, while Giovinazzi's F1 record prior to 2019 comprises two races as a stand-in for Pascal Wehrlein at Sauber.<br>The 23-year-old Italian admits Raikkonen's experience means he has the edge at the start of every given race weekend, but feels this is ...

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The Alfa Romeo car of Giovinazzi went momentarily airborne in the dying seconds of free practice one after colliding with Hulkenberg's Renault at Turn 7.<br>The Italian had been trying to get past a slowing Hulkenberg – who had just allowed the other Alfa of Kimi Raikkonen through - in the fast sequence of corners in the second sector of the Sakhir track.<br>Giovinazzi finally moved alongside ...

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Hulkenberg let Giovinazzi’s Alfa Romeo teammate Kimi Raikkonen through approaching the minor Turn 5 left-hand kink that precedes the fast right-left sweeps of Turns 6 and 7 at the start of the middle sector. <br>The Renault then moved back to the middle of the circuit, which meant Giovinazzi tried to go around the outside of Hulkenberg through Turn 6 so he was on the inside for Turn 7. <br>With ...

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