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Italian
20 July 1959 (64)
Tony Marsh (20 July 1931)
Chris Amon (20 July 1943)
Claudio Langes (20 July 1960)
Bernd Schneider (20 July 1964)
Alex Yoong (20 July 1976)

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about Giovanna Amati

Giovanna Amati (Italian pronunciation: [d?o?vanna ?.m?.ti]) (born 20 July 1959) is a former professional racing driver from Italy. She is the last female driver to have entered the Formula One World Championship.

Brought up in a wealthy background, Amati was kidnapped in 1978 before being released on an 800 million lira ransom.

She started her racing career in Formula Abarth series before moving up into Formula Three for 1985–86. An entry into Formula 3000 in 1987 brought little success but the following year, Amati improved her performances. She moved to Japan for 1989 but still had no success. A move back to Europe in 1990 saw better performances that continued into 1991. In 1992, Amati became the fifth woman Formula One driver when she signed for Brabham.


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1992 Eric van de Poele
Damon Hill
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