Giancarlo Fisichella, also known as Fisico, Giano or Fisi, is an Italian professional racing driver. He has driven in Formula One for Minardi, Jordan, Benetton, Sauber, Renault, Force India and Ferrari. Since then he has driven for AF Corse in their Ferrari 458 GTE at various sportscar events, becoming twice a Le Mans 24 Hour class winner, and a GT class winner of the Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta. He was also Ferrari's F1 reserve driver for 2010. Fisichella won three races in his Formula One career, the first of which was at the chaotic 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix, a race abandoned for safety reasons with 15 laps remaining. After several days of confusion regarding rules and technicalities, Fisichella was eventually declared the winner in the following week, and collected his trophy in an unofficial ceremony at the following race. He was brought into the Renault team to replace fellow Italian Jarno Trulli, and won his first race with the team in Australia in 2005.
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About Giancarlo Fisichella
Winner of the 2012 24 Hours of Le Mans in the GTE Pro division.
He began racing at a very young age, with his first competitions coming in the Guidonia Kart circuit.
In 1996 he joined Formula One, where he enjoyed a lengthy career.
He married Luna Castellani on October 10, 2009, and has three children with her.
While racing for Renault he has been teammates with Fernando Alonso.
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