Italy is a country in Southern Europe which has produced numerous successful Formula One drivers and constructors. It is also the host of the Italian Grand Prix and formerly the San Marino Grand Prix.

The last Italian driver to start a race was Jarno Trulli in 2011. GP2 2012 champion Davide Valsecchi was hoping to replace Kimi Räikkönen for the final two races of 2013, but the seat was taken over by Heikki Kovalainen.

The current Italian driver in Formula One is Antonio Giovinazzi, who made his debut in 2017 when Pascal Wehrlein withdrew for the Australian Grand Prix.

Circuits in ItalyEdit

Circuit Location Events Map
Autodromo Nazionale MonzaMonza, LombardyItalian Grand Prix: 1950–1979, 1981–presentGoogleMaps
Autodromo Enzo e Dino FerrariImola, Emilia-RomagnaItalian Grand Prix: 1980
San Marino Grand Prix: 1981–2006
Pescara CircuitPescara, Abruzzo1957 Pescara Grand PrixGoogleMaps

Italian DriversEdit

World ChampionsEdit

Race WinnersEdit

Point scorersEdit




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