Raffaele Giammaria

Race car driver, Athlete

1977 –

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Who is Raffaele Giammaria?

Raffaele Giammaria is an Italian racing car driver.

He was runner-up in the Formula Renault 2000 Italy series in 2000, then progressed through German and Italian Formula Three and Italian Formula 3000 to International Formula 3000 for 2003 with the Durango team. He scored one podium and was placed tenth in the championship with 12 points, a respectable score in his d├ębut season.

2004 was even better for Giammaria, with 27 points scored and eighth place in the championship secured by the season's end. However, he missed one of the races due to financial problems, and was forced to switch teams, from Durango to Astromega.

It was therefore not much of a surprise when he failed to get a drive in the rebranded GP2 Series for 2005. He competed in Formula Renault 3.5 Series and Italian F3000 instead, but only in part-time roles. He was also part of A1 Team Italy for the inaugural season of the A1 Grand Prix series, but never drove the car.

He competed in Italian GT racing for 2006.

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Born
Sep 1, 1977
Civitavecchia
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on July 23, 2013

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