Pietro Fittipaldi1996-06-25 (age 24)
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Haas has confirmed Pietro Fittipaldi and Louis Deletraz will serve as its official test and reserve drivers through the 2020 Formula 1 season.
Pietro Fittipaldi will return to Super Formula in 2020 after landing a seat with the B-Max Racing/Motopark team, it has been announced.
Haas will carry out a dress rehearsal programme with its new Formula 1 simulator during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as part of its preparation for 2020.
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi, his grandson Pietro and ex-Ferrari star Felipe Massa all starred as Sao Paulo’s streets echoed to the sound of Ayrton Senna’s F1 cars last weekend.
Haas Formula 1 test driver Pietro Fittipaldi says his short-term future lies in forging a career in the DTM, and that he isn't pursuing a return to the NTT IndyCar Series.
Haas test driver Pietro Fittipaldi says his return to the Formula 1 cockpit this week in Barcelona testing wasn’t hindered by his DTM programme in any way.
Among the usual race drivers who drove in testing in Bahrain this week were a clutch of junior and reserve drivers, plus Williams’s George Russell getting a taste of one of F1’s fastest cars in the Mercedes. Check them out in action.
Haas team boss Gunther Steiner says his team must fix the "little gremlins" after suffering electrical trouble three times on the third day of Formula 1 pre-season testing in Barcelona.
Jaguar will run Pietro Fittipaldi and Harry Tincknell in the ABB FIA Formula E rookie test in Marrakesh later this month.
Signing Pietro Fittipaldi will help the Haas Formula 1 team address a weakness with its simulator use, reckons the team’s race driver Romain Grosjean.
Pietro Fittipaldi’s test deal with Haas F1 was reached due to his ability, not for commercial or publicity reasons, says team principal Gunther Steiner – and joked he could have signed his grandfather Emerson if he’d wanted to.
Pietro Fittipaldi says that he is aiming to focus on his open-wheel racing career next season, and expects his legs to be back to full strength within the next six weeks.
Pietro Fittipaldi says he’s “not interested” in racing in Formula 2 next year, and is instead focused on landing a full-time ride in IndyCar or Formula 1.
Pietro Fittipaldi will skip the next Super Formula race at Motegi but remains open to competing in the title decider at Suzuka later this year.