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Antonio Giovinazzi (born 14 December 1993 in Martina Franca, Taranto, Apulia, Italy) is an Italian racing driver and Ferrari Driver Academy member, who made his debut in the FIA Formula One World Championship at the start of the 2017 Australian Grand Prix as a reserve driver for Sauber.[1] Giovinazzi stood in for Pascal Wehrlein until the German racer was deemed fit enough to race after the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix, with the Italian racer subsequently getting a testing role with Haas for the rest of the season.[2][3]

Giovinazzi subsequently served as Sauber's test and reserve driver during 2018, before gaining a full race seat with the Swiss squad for 2019, replacing Marcus Ericsson.[4] The move was arranged by Ferrari, whose contract with Sauber allowed them to place a junior driver in one of the team's two seats.[4]

Previously, Giovinazzi was British Formula Three runner-up in 2013 to Jordan King, European Formula Three runner-up in 2015 to Felix Rosenqvist, and GP2 Series runner-up in 2016 to Pierre Gasly. In late 2016, he was announced as Ferrari simulator driver before promotion to third driver for the 2017.

For the 2019 season, Giovinazzi partners Kimi Räikkönen at Alfa Romeo.

Formula One CareerEdit

Formula One Statistical OverviewEdit

Formula One RecordEdit

Year Entrant Team WDC Points WDC Pos. Report
2017 Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Sauber-Ferrari 0 22nd Report
Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari Third driver
United States Haas F1 Team Haas-Ferrari Test Driver
2018 Switzerland Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team Sauber-Ferrari Test Driver
2019 Switzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 14 17th Report

Career StatisticsEdit

Correct as of the 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix qualifying

Entries 23
Starts 23
Pole Positions 0
Race Wins 0
Podiums 0
Fastest laps 0
Points 14
Laps Raced 1215
Distance Raced 6104 km (3793 mi)
Races Led 1
Laps Led 4
Distance Led 20 km (12 mi)

Career ResultsEdit

Complete Formula One results
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Pts Pos
2017 Flag of Australia Flag of China Flag of Bahrain Flag of Russia Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of Azerbaijan Flag of Austria Flag of Great Britain Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of Malaysia Flag of Japan Flag of the United States Flag of Mexico Flag of Brazil Flag of the United Arab Emirates 0 22nd
12th Ret TD TD TD TD TD TD TD
2018: Did not compete
2019 Flag of Australia Flag of Bahrain Flag of China Flag of Azerbaijan Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of Austria Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of Russia Flag of Japan Flag of Mexico Flag of the United States Flag of Brazil Flag of the United Arab Emirates 14 17th
15th 11th 15th 12th 16th 19th 13th 16th 10th Ret 13th 18th 18th 9th 10th 15th 14th 14th 14th 5th 16th


Key
Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning
1stWinner Ret Retired
2ndPodium finish DSQ Disqualified
3rd DNQ Did not qualify
5thPoints finish DNPQ Did not pre-qualify
14thNon-points finish TD Test driver
NCNon-classified finish (<90% race distance) DNS Did not start
ItalicsScored point(s) for Fastest Lap
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NotesEdit

  1. "Pascal Wehrlein not to start at the Australian Grand Prix". Sauber. 25 March 2017. http://www.sauberf1team.com/news/pascal-wehrlein-not-to-start-at-the-australian-grand-prix. Retrieved 25 March 2017.
  2. SauberF1 (3 April 2017). "Preview – 2017 Formula One Heineken Chinese Grand Prix & Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix". http://www.sauberf1team.com/news/preview-2017-formula-one-heineken-chinese-grand-prix-gulf-air-bahrain-grand-prix-2. Retrieved 6 April 2017.
  3. "Antonio Giovinazzi Set for FP1 Sessions with Haas F1 Team". Haas F1 Team. 31 May 2017. https://www.haasf1team.com/news/antonio-giovinazzi-set-fp1-sessions-haas-f1-team. Retrieved 5 June 2017.
  4. 4.0 4.1 'F1 2019: Antonio Giovinazzi to partner Kimi Raikkonen at Sauber', skysports.com, (Sky UK, 25/09/2018), https://www.skysports.com/f1/news/12433/11508265/f1-2019-antonio-giovinazzi-to-partner-kimi-raikkonen-at-sauber, (Accessed 25/09/2018)

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