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  • F1 Daily Featured Driver 2019 #110. Bruno Guacamelli was born on the 10th of September 1952 in Poncarale, Brescia, Italy. He would race in F1 from 1977-1983, 1990. He would race for Mclaren from 1977-1978 for 6 races reaching a best finish of 7th. He would race for Alfa Romeo from 1979-1982 for 49 races reaching 1 Podium. He would race for Toleman in 1983 for 15 races reaching a best finish of 6th. He would race for Life in 1990 not pre-qualifying in 12 races. He would race 82 times in F1 reaching 1 Podium and 1 Pole Position. He would race in the European Formula Two Championship from 1977-1978 for 25 races winning 11 races and finishing 4th in the Championship and 1st winning the Championship. He would race in Les 24 Heures du Mans from 1988-1990 in a C1 Class Car finishing 9th, retiring and then 11th. Giacomelli began his career in Formula Italia, graduated to Formula Three in 1976 with a March and finished runner up in his first season, to Rupert Keegan, in the B.A.R.C Championship and won the B.R.D.C. title. He also led from start to finish in a March-Toyota in the 1976 Monaco Grand Prix Formula Three support race. Giacomelli moved into Formula Two in 1977 in association with Robin Herd and the March factory. He retired from the Formula Two Pau Grand Prix in 1977, after his car made contact with another driver. However he managed to score three F2 wins in 1977, at Vallelunga, Mugello and Donington Park and finished fifth in the championship. He also made his Formula One World Championship debut in 1977 in a third works McLaren M23-Cosworth at the 1977 Italian Grand Prix at Monza retiring with an engine problem which caused him to spin off. Giacomelli dominated the following F2 season, winning eight of the 12 races on his way to the title. Giacomelli retained his Formula Two points lead with a third-place finish in the Mugello Grand Prix in May 1978. At the 1978 Grand Prix de Rouen, Giacomelli solidified his lead in the Formula Two Championship. He drove a March to victory after starting from pole position. Giacomelli became the first Italian to win the European Formula Two Championship. #f1 #giacomelli #italy #mclaren #alfaromeo #toleman #life #motorsport
  • F1 Daily Featured Driver 2019 #110 . Bruno Guacamelli was born on the 10th of September 1952 in Poncarale, Brescia, Italy. He would race in F1 from 1977-1983, 1990. He would race for Mclaren from 1977-1978 for 6 races reaching a best finish of 7th. He would race for Alfa Romeo from 1979-1982 for 49 races reaching 1 Podium. He would race for Toleman in 1983 for 15 races reaching a best finish of 6th. He would race for Life in 1990 not pre-qualifying in 12 races. He would race 82 times in F1 reaching 1 Podium and 1 Pole Position. He would race in the European Formula Two Championship from 1977-1978 for 25 races winning 11 races and finishing 4th in the Championship and 1st winning the Championship. He would race in Les 24 Heures du Mans from 1988-1990 in a C1 Class Car finishing 9th, retiring and then 11th. Giacomelli began his career in Formula Italia, graduated to Formula Three in 1976 with a March and finished runner up in his first season, to Rupert Keegan, in the B.A.R.C Championship and won the B.R.D.C. title. He also led from start to finish in a March-Toyota in the 1976 Monaco Grand Prix Formula Three support race. Giacomelli moved into Formula Two in 1977 in association with Robin Herd and the March factory. He retired from the Formula Two Pau Grand Prix in 1977, after his car made contact with another driver. However he managed to score three F2 wins in 1977, at Vallelunga, Mugello and Donington Park and finished fifth in the championship. He also made his Formula One World Championship debut in 1977 in a third works McLaren M23-Cosworth at the 1977 Italian Grand Prix at Monza retiring with an engine problem which caused him to spin off. Giacomelli dominated the following F2 season, winning eight of the 12 races on his way to the title. Giacomelli retained his Formula Two points lead with a third-place finish in the Mugello Grand Prix in May 1978. At the 1978 Grand Prix de Rouen, Giacomelli solidified his lead in the Formula Two Championship. He drove a March to victory after starting from pole position. Giacomelli became the first Italian to win the European Formula Two Championship. #f1 #giacomelli #italy #mclaren #alfaromeo #toleman #life #motorsport
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