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25 December 1943 (74)
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5th (1973 German Grand Prix)
9th (1973 Monaco Grand Prix)
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1972 Spanish Grand Prix
1975 United States Grand Prix

about Wilson Fittipaldi

Wilson Fittipaldi Júnior (born December 25, 1943, São Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian former racing driver and Formula One team owner. He participated in 38 World Championship Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on May 1, 1972, scoring a total of three championship points. He ran the Fittipaldi Formula One team between 1974 and 1982. He also participated in numerous non-Championship Formula One races.


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seasons

1972, 1973, 1975,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1972 Carlos Reutemann
Graham Hill
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1973 Carlos Reutemann
Andrea de Adamich
John Watson
Rolf Stommelen
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1975 Arturo Merzario
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news

Fittipaldi, grandson of two-time world champion Emerson, has been named Haas’s 2019 reserve driver and make his F1 test debut in Abu Dhabi this month as part of his new role. The 2017 Formula V8 3.5 champion has had a disrupted season across multiple categories – the World Endurance Championship, IndyCar and Super Formula – after breaking his leg earlier this year.  “We need some ...

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Twenty-two-year-old Fittipaldi, whose grandfather Emmo is a two-time F1 world champion, was named Haas’s F1 test driver during the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend. He will make his F1 debut in the Haas VF-18 in the upcoming Pirelli tyre test at Abu Dhabi later this month.  Steiner stated that Fittipaldi will play a key role in its testing plans and upgraded simulator programme in 2019, saying ...

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Fittipaldi was in talks to test for Haas earlier this year before suffering a crash in the build-up to the Spa World Endurance Championship round that left him with a broken leg. The Brazilian, 22, has now been confirmed as Haas's official test driver for 2019 and will begin that relationship by taking part in the opening day of the Pirelli tyre test after this year's Abu Dhabi Grand ...

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A shunt while driving DragonSpeed’s BR Engineering BR1 in practice for the World Endurance Championship’s opening round at Spa-Francochamps broke Fittipaldi’s left leg and right ankle. While the ankle has healed, the left leg has taken longer and the 24-year-old nephew of the great Emerson Fittipaldi has had to wear a carbon fiber cast for support since making returning to IndyCar at ... ...

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Fittipaldi broke his leg in a scary LMP1 crash at Spa-Franchorchamps in May, which interrupted his World Endurance Championship and IndyCar campaigns as well as talks with Haas about a possible F1 test. Haas team principal Gunther Steiner said he would be willing to resume those talks once Fittipaldi had recovered. The Brazilian completed his first IndyCar race since the accident last ... ...

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Fittipaldi broke his leg in a scary LMP1 crash at Spa-Franchorchamps in May, which interrupted his World Endurance Championship and IndyCar campaigns as well as talks with Haas about a possible F1 test. Haas team principal Gunther Steiner said he would be willing to resume those talks once Fittipaldi had recovered. The Brazilian completed his first IndyCar race since the accident last ... ...

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The Brazilian fractured his left leg and broke his right ankle when he crashed his DragonSpeed LMP1 car at Eau Rouge during qualifying for last weekend’s Spa opener, where he was serving as stand-in for team regular Renger van der Zande. Fittipaldi, who is combining his WEC programme with part-time sche ...

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The 21-year-old, grandson of 1972 and 1974 world champion Emerson, has set his sights on racing in Formula 2 next season – potentially alongside a place with an F1 team."F2 is a possibility, even Formula 1, a role there is a possibility as well," said Fittipaldi in an interview with Motorsport.tv."I'm just really looking forward to the future, any opportunity that I get, I'm just ...

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The 1972 and 1974 world champion reckons Hamilton is good for the sport, as he reaches a wider audience that other drivers."I like Lewis, I think he's one of the top guys in grand prix racing and he deserves the championship for sure," Fittipaldi told Motorsport.com."I've followed him since the first time I watched him in F3 in Germany many, many years ago."I think he's a fantastic ...

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After wrapping up the Formula V8 3.5 title during the Bahrain finale weekend, Fittipaldi was handed the chance to test the Porsche 919 Hybrid LMP1 car during the FIA World Endurance Championship’s rookie test on Sunday.The 21-year-old grandson of two-time F1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi is now considering his options for 2018, with his focus remaining on climbing the single-seater ...

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