Fabrizio Barbazza


Fabrizio Barbazza

Former F1 driver
Name = Fabrizio Barbazza
Nationality = flagicon|Italy Italian
Years = F1|1991, F1|1993
Team(s) = AGS, Minardi
Races = 20 (8 starts)
Championships = 0
Wins = 0
Podiums = 0
Points = 2
Poles = 0
Fastest laps = 0
First race = 1991 San Marino Grand Prix
First win =
Last win =
Last race = 1993 French Grand Prix
Infobox racing driver
last series = CART Championship Car
years active = 1987, 1989, 1992
teams = Arciero Racing
starts = 25
wins = 0
poles = 0
fastest laps =
best finish = 12th
year = 1987
prev series = American Racing Series
Italian Formula Three
Formula Monza
prev series years = 1986
1983-1985
1982
titles = American Racing Series Champion
title years = 1986
awards = CART Rookie of the year
Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the year
award years = 1987
1987

Fabrizio Barbazza (born April 2 1963 in Monza, Lombardy) is an Italian former Formula One driver who raced for the AGS and Minardi teams.

Career

After a career in motorcross in his teens, he began racing Formula Monza in 1982. The following year he moved into Italian Formula 3 series, and in 1984 finished sixth in the series. In 1985 he won four races and finished third in the championship. He then went to the United States and entered the American Racing Series, where he won four races and the title in his first attempt. After that he entered CART in 1987 and finished third at Indianapolis, becoming CART's Rookie of the Year. In 1990 he was hired as a driver in Formula 3000, which led to a chance at Formula One, in the AGS team in early 1991. Barbazza failed to qualify for any race and in 1993 joined the Minardi team, scoring points twice in his first four races. In 1995, while racing a Ferrari 333SP sports prototype at the Road Atlanta circuit, he was involved in an accident with Jeremy Dale, which resulted in heavy head and chest injuries which left him in critical condition, in a coma and on artificial respiration. Although he fully recovered, he didn't return to racing. Instead he started a go-kart circuit in Monza and began designing crash barriers.

Career Summary

Complete Formula One results

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American open wheel racing

Indy 500 results

External links

* [http://www.f1rejects.com/drivers/barbazza/index.html Profile on F1 Rejects]


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