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Giorgio Francia, F1 driver


8 November 1947 (76)
Peter Arundell (8 November 1933)

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1977 Italian Grand Prix
1981 Spanish Grand Prix


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about Giorgio Francia

Giorgio Francia (born November 8, 1947 in Bologna) is a former racing driver from Italy. He was the German Formula Three champion in 1974.

Francia unsuccessfully entered two Formula One Grands Prix. The first was in a works Brabham BT45B, in Martini Racing colours, at the 1977 Italian Grand Prix. He was withdrawn during practice. His second attempt was with Osella at the 1981 Spanish Grand Prix, where he was the slowest in practice and failed to qualify.

He raced in many categories and competed in sports car racing and touring cars until the late 1990s, driving a works Osella sports prototype in endurance racing in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and also taking part in the factory Alfa Romeo team in the CIVT (Italian Superturismo) and the DTM.

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