Fittipaldi


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Fittipaldi

Emerson. born 1946, Brazilian motor-racing driver: world champion in 1972 and 1974
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With the support of his long-time sponsors and Escuderia Telmex, Fittipaldi will pilot the Paysafe car, starting with the first two oval events, and make his season debut at the Phoenix Grand Prix on April 7.
With his title-winning performance this weekend, Fittipaldi, who is the grandson of two-time Formula 1 World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi, will have a chance to test the 919 Hybrid of WEC champions Porsche.
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With his earlier title-winning performance, Fittipaldi, who is the grandson of two-time Formula 1 World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi, later took the chance to test the 919 Hybrid of WEC champions, Porsche.
The ultra-light, all carbon fibre super car, which will be distributed in Qatar by the Nasser Bin Khaled (NBK) Group, fuses the vision of F1 and Indy Car racing champion Fittipaldi, iconic Italian design company Pininfarina and race-bred German engineering firm HWA AG.
Fittipaldi and Nuzzi faced charges of "soliciting and exercising pressure, especially on Vallejo Baida, in order to obtain confidential documents and news," which they then used for their books.
In interviews Monday, Nuzzi and Fittipaldi both called the process "Kafka-esque.
I am incredulous in finding myself here as a defendant in a country that is not mine," Fittipaldi told the court, adding that publishing news was protected by the Italian constitution as well as European conventions and universal declarations on human rights.
Behind him second placed man Dennis had a better start than yesterday as he managed to hold off Fittipaldi into the first corner.
Pietro Fittipaldi, grandson of legendary two-time Formula One champion and Indianapolis 500 winner Emerson, scored a win and a second place in the Protyre Formula Renault Championship races.
1972: Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil won the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in a Lotus to clinch the world drivers' title.
He is the third ex-Formula 1 World Champion to confirm his attendance at this year's event, joining fellow Briton John Surtees and Brazilian Emerson Fittipaldi - who will celebrate 40 years since McLaren's maiden drivers' world championship by driving the M23 in which he claimed the 1974 title.