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Эммануэле Наспетти

Naspetti, Emanuele

Эммануэле Наспетти / Naspetti, Emanuele

(c) 'Who is Who' by Steve Small, 2000

Родился:

24.02.1968

Анкона

Сезонов в Ф1:

2

Лет в Ф1:

2

Гран При:

6

Старты:

6

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Лучший финиш:

11

Лучший старт:

21

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242

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Километры:

1236.05

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Ф1: 1992-1993

Эммануэле Наспетти / Naspetti, Emanuele - 1992-1993

24 часа Ле-Мана: 2000

Год

Команда

Шасси

1992March F1March CG911
March CG911
1993Sasol JordanJordan 193
Jordan 193

Driving for the top-notch Forti team, Naspetti won a titanic struggle with Mauro Martini to clinch the 1988 Italian F3 championship in only his second year of racing cars, having been in karting between 1980 and '86.

Drawing a blank in his first season of F3000, Naspetti then came under the wing of Eddie Jordan in 1990 but again disappointed, scoring but a single point. It was a different story in 1991 when, with the advantage of a Heini Mader-tended Cosworth engine in his Forti Corse Reynard, the Italian came out of his shell to string together a run of four victories at Enna, Hockenheim, Brands Hatch and Spa. Still with Forti, he stayed in the formula for a fourth year in 1992, winning at Pau, but then jumped at the chance to join the Formula 1 March team, replacing Paul Belmondo in mid-season. Emanuele proved surprisingly quick to adapt, clinging tenaciously to his team-mate Wendlinger for most of his debut race at Spa.

Naspetti spent much of 1993 frustrated at the lack of a Formula 1 drive, but did make a one-off appearance for Jordan in Portugal as a reward for his efforts as a test driver.

Since then he has carved out a niche for himself in the Italian Superturismo series with a BMW 320L A controversial stop-and-go penalty in the final round cost him the chance of the title in 1996, but he made amends the following year as he dominated the championship. Emanuele subsequently hankered after a return to single-seaters and visited the States to sound out the possibility of a ride in CART but, thus far, he has continued to race in Italy, where his BMW has had to play second fiddle to Giovanardi's Alfa Romeo.

(c) 'Who is Who' by Steve Small, 2000

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