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Johnny Cecotto


25 January 1956 (62)
Toni Ulmen (25 January 1906)
Henri Louveau (25 January 1910)
Heinz Schiller (25 January 1930)
Luca Badoer (25 January 1971)


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6th (1983 United States Grand Prix West)
15th (1984 Dallas Grand Prix)
1 (0 points per race avg)
16 (69.6%)
1983 Brazilian Grand Prix
1984 British Grand Prix

about Johnny Cecotto

Alberto "Johnny" Cecotto (born January 25, 1956) is a Venezuelan former Grand Prix motorcycle racer and auto racer. He rose to prominence as a teenage prodigy in 1975 when he became the youngest motorcycle road racing world champion at the age of 19. Despite the auspicious beginning to his motorcycle racing career, he suffered numerous injuries and mechanical problems which curtailed his success in motorcycle Grand Prix racing. At the age of 24, Cecotto turned his attention to auto racing where he reached the pinnacle of the sport as a Formula One driver. He later became a successful Touring Car racer. He is the last of a select group of competitors who competed at the highest level in motorcycle and auto racing which, includes John Surtees and Mike Hailwood among others.

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1983, 1984,

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1983 Roberto Guerrero
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1984 Ayrton Senna
Pierluigi Martini
Stefan Johansson
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