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Italian
14 December 1993 (25)
Bob Drake (14 December 1919)

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12th (2017 Australian Grand Prix)
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2017 Australian Grand Prix
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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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seasons

2017, 2019,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2017 Marcus Ericsson
Pascal Wehrlein
Sauber compare 2017
2019 Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo compare 2019

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The Italian's Alfa Romeo Formula 1 car picked up floor damage at the start when he ran over debris from Daniel Ricciardo’s Renault.<br>He then had contact with the McLaren of Carlos Sainz at Turn 9, which damaged the front wing.<br>Struggling for pace and unable to fight other cars in the first stint, Giovinazzi lost around five seconds at his pitstop while the team made adjustments to balance ...

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Giovinazzi deposed long-time leader Pierre Gasly for the top spot inside the final 20 minutes after the Red Bull driver led from within the first hour of the morning.<br>Gasly's first lap was completed in 1m19.973 using the mid-range C3 tyre.<br>He then alternated between cool-down laps and flying efforts and improved to 1m19.077s.<br>His final benchmark of 1m18.647s, still on the C3 tyre, came ...

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Giovinazzi has earned a full-time F1 drive at the re-badged Sauber team alongside 2007 world champion Raikkonen, who lost his Ferrari seat to Charles Leclerc.<br>After sampling Alfa’s C38 for the first time on day two of pre-season testing at Barcelona, Giovinazzi said he will try to drive like Raikkonen to help further the team’s development.<br>“I think it will be just a mistake to do it a ...

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Ahead of its official launch next Monday, before the start of pre-season testing at Barcelona, images emerged of Alfa conducting a shakedown at the Fiorano circuit in Italy.<br>The former Sauber team's car was decorated in a special 'love' livery to mark the run commencing on Valentine's Day, and driven by Kimi Raikkonen.<br>A press release documenting the first on-track run for Alfa Romeo Racing ...

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Giovinazzi has been given his full-time F1 break this season after working as a development driver for Ferrari since 2017, when he made his F1 race debut as a two-race substitute for Sauber's Pascal Wehrlein.<br>Alfa has now taken over the title of Sauber's F1 entry, which finished eighth in the constructors' championship in 2019 and ended the year as a regular top-10 threat.<br>Speaking to ...

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The emergence of Charles Leclerc in 2018 and his subsequent promotion after just one year in F1 has established the Monegasque as Ferrari's next big thing.<br>While 2019 is a major year for Leclerc, it also marks the end of a near-two-year wait for fellow Ferrari starlet Giovinazzi to move his F1 career on from two heavy crashes.<br>Giovinazzi would not be partnering 2007 world champion Raikkonen ...

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Leclerc's efforts this year paved the way for an immediate graduation to Ferrari and opened the door for Giovinazzi to move into a full-time drive at Sauber.<br>Giovinazzi made two starts for Sauber at the start of 2017, replacing the injured Pascal Wehrlein, and has since worked a test and development driver for the Swiss team and Ferrari.<br>The 2016 GP2 Series runner-up will partner 2007 world ...

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Giovinazzi will race for Sauber next season, two years after making his F1 debut as a stand-in for the injured Pascal Wehrlein. The Italian driver took over Wehrlein's car on the morning of qualifying for the 2017 Australian Grand Prix and contested the next race in China as well. Giovinazzi has spent the time since then in a test and reserve driver role for Sauber and Ferrari. Asked if ...

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A Sauber statement said the decision to take 24-year-old Italian Giovinazzi fitted the team's "tradition of discovering and nurturing young talents" and "is particularly significant in the scope of the project" with title sponsor Alfa Romeo. "This is a dream come true, and it is a great pleasure to have the chance to race for this team," said Giovinazzi. "As an Italian, it is a huge honour ... ...

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The deal between Sauber and Ferrari and its sister company Alfa Romeo gives the Italian team the right to nominate one driver for the Hinwil outfit, with a deadline of October 15th for a final decision. In 2018 that seat has been taken by Charles Leclerc, who will race for Ferrari next year. Fellow Ferrari protege Antonio Giovinazzi – who started two races for Sauber last year – has been ... ...

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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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