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Ferrari AFCorse Hypercar Driver
Antonio Giovinazzi is a young and immensely talented Italian racing driver who has been making waves in the motorsports world. His journey to success started in 2006 when he entered the world of karting and swiftly won both the European and Italian National 60cc titles. With each step he took, his passion and determination for racing grew stronger, leading him to switch to single-seaters at the age of 18.
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In 2013, Antonio began competing in the European Formula 3 championship and the Zandvoort F3 Masters with Double R Racing. The following year, he joined the English Carlin team in the same category and secured two wins, finishing sixth in the championship. In 2015, he achieved a significant milestone as the runner-up in the European Formula 3 series, securing an impressive six victories and also participating in the Russian round of the DTM with a Phoenix Racing Audi RS5. He even made his debut in endurance racing during the winter, driving an LMP2 prototype in the Asian Le Mans Series.
The year 2016 proved to be pivotal for Antonio as he made his GP2 debut with Prema Powerteam. He showcased his talent by securing five wins and three podiums, ultimately finishing in second place in the International GP2 series championship. One of his standout victories came at Monza, where he started from the back of the grid, displaying his exceptional skills in challenging conditions.
His remarkable performances did not go unnoticed, and in 2017, Antonio earned the role of the third driver for Scuderia Ferrari. During this time, he also made his Formula 1 debut, stepping in twice for the injured Pascal Wehrlein, driving for Sauber-Ferrari. His association with Ferrari was a dream come true for Antonio, as he joined the prestigious team as a reserve driver.
In 2018, Antonio further demonstrated his versatility as a driver by coming fifth in the Le Mans 24 Hours at the wheel of an AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE. He continued to work as a reserve driver for Scuderia Ferrari and even participated in six Formula 1 Friday free practice sessions.
The following year, in 2019, Antonio became an official race driver for Alfa Romeo Racing, partnering with the experienced Kimi Räikkönen. Antonio continued with Alfa Romeo Racing until 2021, consistently adding to his points tally with notable performances.
In 2022, while continuing as the reserve driver for Scuderia Ferrari, Antonio ventured into Formula E, racing with Dragon/Penske Autosport. This marked another milestone in his career as he showcased his adaptability to different racing disciplines.
The year 2023 brought further excitement for Antonio as he assumed the role of a Ferrari AFCorse Hypercar official driver, solidifying his position within the esteemed Ferrari family.
Antonio achieved an incredible Le Mans victory with the team during the centenary edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This historic moment added even more glory to his racing career and fueled his relentless pursuit of excellence.
Additionally, he continued to serve as the reserve driver for the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 team.
His drive, talent, and association with Ferrari make him a promising contender in the highly competitive world of motorsports. With every new challenge he takes on, Antonio continues to captivate audiences and inspire young aspiring drivers around the globe. The motorsports community eagerly anticipates witnessing his future accomplishments as he continues to push towards new heights in his racing career.
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