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Italian
14 December 1993 (27)
Bob Drake (14 December 1919)

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5th (2019 Brazilian Grand Prix)
7th
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19 (0.4 points per race avg)
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5 (9.3%)
2017 Australian Grand Prix
2021 Italian 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, 2021,

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wins

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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
Alfa Romeo compare 2020
2021 Kimi Räikkönen
Robert Kubica
Alfa Romeo compare 2021

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In the wake of the Swiss-based team’s new deal with the Italian car manufacturer, boss Fred Vasseur has been given carte blanche to make a call on who he wants at the team in 2022.<br>But despite Raikkonen’s star attraction, and Giovinazzi’s improving form, he has not dismissed the idea of looking completely elsewhere.<br>Asked at the British Grand Prix if it was essential to retain at least ...

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Giovinazzi is in his third full season with Alfa Romeo, scoring the Swiss team's first point of 2021 with a 10th place in Monaco.<br>After a difficult debut campaign with the team in 2019, Giovinazzi got on par with Raikkonen as the pair finished 2020 with four points each, while Giovinazzi narrowly outqualified the 2007 world champion by nine to eight.<br>The Italian vowed to keep learning from ...

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Giovinazzi was the first driver to dash into the pitlane when Yuki Tsunoda's retirement on track triggered an early safety car.<br>However, as the team prepared to fit a new set of tyres, a crew member realised that one of them was flat. After signalling to his colleagues, the change was aborted, and a second new set of tyres had to be retrieved from the garage before Giovinazzi could be sent on ...

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The Finnish driver made an impressive start to the race in Portugal, making up two places on the opening lap, but at the start of the second lap he ran into the rear of Giovinazzi which ripped off his Alfa Romeo's front wing and it became lodged under the front wheels of his car.<br>Raikkonen skated into the gravel at Turn 1, which forced him to retire from the race, while his teammate escaped any ...

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While drivers try to leave each other space to start their qualifying laps, Mazepin tagged himself into Giovinazzi's slipstream on the run down to the start/finish line – and overtook the Alfa Romeo driver.<br>With Giovinazzi's lap instantly ruined, he quickly came on the radio to ask what his Russian rival was doing, as his final effort to try to get out of Q1 was wrecked.<br>Speaking ...

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Haas driver Mazepin continued his preparations for his debut season by completing the early session on Saturday during Bahrain testing, completing 76 laps in total.<br>The Russian driver set the seventh-fastest time of the morning, but almost lost control of his car exiting Turn 3 while closely following Alfa Romeo’s Giovinazzi during the session. He was able to catch the car as it veered to the ...

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Following a difficult rookie year alongside Kimi Raikkonen in 2019, Giovinazzi's form improved in his sophomore campaign.<br>He ran his vastly more experienced teammate Raikkonen much closer as the pair finished 2020 with four points each, while Giovinazzi narrowly outqualified the 2007 world champion by nine to eight.<br>Giovinazzi did enough to convince Ferrari, which gets to pick one of Alfa ...

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Following mid-season speculation that Alfa Romeo could change one or more of its drivers, the Swiss team confirmed late October that both Raikkonen and Giovinazzi would stay on for the 2021 F1 season.<br>That means 2021 will be the third consecutive season Giovinazzi and 2007 world champion Raikkonen will form a driver partnership at the Hinwil team.<br>Giovinazzi and Raikkonen each finished on ...

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Following a difficult debut season with Alfa Romeo in 2019, Ferrari-backed Giovinazzi showed a marked improvement during the 2020 season, outqualifying his vastly more experienced teammate Kimi Raikkonen by nine to eight and going on to score the same number of points as the Finn.<br>Due to a lack of competitiveness Raikkonen and Giovinazzi could only manage four points each as Alfa slumped to an ...

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After a tough debut season in 2019, Giovinazzi was retained at Alfa alongside Kimi Raikkonen and managed to qualify ahead of the Finn in nine out of 17 events.<br>Both drivers scored four points in another difficult season for the Hinwil-based team, but Ferrari protege Giovinazzi continued to make progress and convinced the Scuderia to keep him at customer team Alfa for a third year in ...

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The Italian is part of Ferrari's young driver programme, and was under pressure to up his game this year with youngsters like Mick Schumacher, Callum Ilott and Robert Shwartzman impressing in Formula 2.<br>In the end, Ferrari elected to give Giovinazzi another year at Alfa Romeo, with Schumacher being slotted in at Haas instead. It will be Giovinazzi's third campaign with Alfa Romeo, having been a ...

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The Italian, who on Friday was confirmed at the Swiss team for 2021, made up six places on the first lap, helped by some incidents ahead. He eventually finished in 10th place, logging his third points finish of the season.<br>With little to lose from the back of the grid, Alfa took a different route by putting Giovinazzi on soft tyres for the start, while the nine cars immediately in front of ...

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Motorsport.com revealed prior to the Eifel GP that Raikkonen is set to stay at Alfa Romeo in 2021, but the team was still undecided on his teammate.<br>Sergio Perez was in the frame at one stage after being dropped by Racing Point, and the Mexican had obvious appeal given the commercial package that comes with him. Perez's options now appear to be Williams and Red Bull Racing.<br>Mick Schumacher ...

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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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