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Luca Badoer, F1 driver


25 January 1971 (53)
Toni Ulmen (25 January 1906)
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7th (1993 San Marino Grand Prix)
12th (1995 Hungarian Grand Prix)
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1993 South African Grand Prix
2009 Belgian Grand Prix


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about Luca Badoer

Luca Badoer (born 25 January 1971) is an Italian former racing driver. Badoer has raced for the Scuderia Italia, Minardi, Forti Corse and most recently, Ferrari teams. In addition to his racing duties, Badoer was one of the active test and reserve drivers for Ferrari from 1998 to 2010 and in 2009 stood in for Ferrari's regular race driver Felipe Massa at the European Grand Prix and the Belgian Grand Prix after the Brazilian was injured during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix and his original replacement, Michael Schumacher, pulled out due to injury.

As of September 2011, Badoer holds the record for the most Grand Prix starts – 50 – and the most race laps completed – 2364 – without scoring a point, although all of his races before his 2009 comeback came during a period when only the top six finishers scored points. Under the 2010 scoring system, he would have scored 26 points over his career. He nearly achieved a points finish in the 1999 European Grand Prix when a strong drive saw him reach fourth place, but the gearbox on his Minardi failed with 13 laps remaining.

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1993, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2009,

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season teammate
1993 Michele Alboreto
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1995 Pierluigi Martini
Pedro Lamy
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1996 Andrea Montermini
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1999 Marc Gené
Stéphane Sarrazin
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2009 Kimi Räikkönen
Felipe Massa
Giancarlo Fisichella
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