Энциклопедия Формулы 1:
1950-2019

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Гонщики, S

Курсивом отмечены гонщики,
выступавшие только
в Indy 500 (1950-1960)

Италия
Италия

Консальво Санези

Sanesi, Consalvo

Консальво Санези / Sanesi, Consalvo

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

Родился:

28.03.1911

Террануова-Браччиолини, Ареццо

Умер:

28.07.1998

Милан

Сезонов в Ф1:

2

Лет в Ф1:

2

Гран При:

5

Старты:

5

Победы:

- подряд:

Подиумы:

- подряд:

Поул-позиции:

- подряд:

Первый ряд:

1

- подряд:

Быстрые круги:

- подряд:

Лучший финиш:

4

Лучший старт:

4

Дубли:

Хет-трики:

Лидирование старт/финиш:

Большие шлемы:

Круги:

205

- лидирования:

Километры:

1366.92

- лидирования:

Очки:

3

- за один сезон:

3

- подряд:

Ф1: 1950-1951

Консальво Санези / Sanesi, Consalvo - 1950-1951

Год

Команда

Шасси

1950SA Alfa RomeoAlfa Romeo 158
Alfa Romeo 158
1951SA Alfa RomeoAlfa Romeo 159
Alfa Romeo 159

Sanesi's main role at Alfa Romeo was as a test driver, but he was also given numerous opportunities to drive the superb Tipo 158/159 series cars in races. In 1946, he won his heat and finished third in the Milan GP, while in 1947 he was second to Varzi at Bari and third in the Italian GP held at Sempione Park after claiming pole position.

The following year saw Consalvo take second place in the French GP and third with fastest lap at the Monza Autodrome GP. In 1949 Alfa Corse did not compete in Formula 1, though Sanesi finished second in the touring car class in the Mille Miglia with an Alfa, and when the team returned in 1950 he drove in only one Grand Prix but won the Coppa Inter Europa sports car race at Monza.

Consalvo had his most active Grand Prix season in 1951, scoring points in two of his four starts, but after Alfa's withdrawal from Grand Prix racing at the end of the year, he concentrated fully on sports cars, winning his class in the 1954 Carrera Panamericana. A testing accident later that year with the Disco Volante left him with serious injuries, but he returned to competition in 1955, taking second place in the Verminico hill-climb with a 1.9 Alfa.

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

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