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ROAD TO F1: Giovinazzi set to become F1's latest full-time F2 graduate


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Antonio Giovinazzi competed in GP2 for 2016, finishing second that year to Pierre Gasly. He made his F1 debut with Sauber at the start of 2017, driving the Australian and Chinese Grands Prix in place of the injured Pascal Wehrlein, before the announcement came that Giovinazzi would drive for Sauber in 2019. Along with Charles Leclerc and Lance Stroll, Giovinazzi is also a graduate of the Ferrari Driver Academy.

Following his promotion to the Sauber team for 2019 alongside Kimi Raikkonen, Antonio Giovinazzi becomes the latest in a long line of Formula 2 (formerly known as GP2) graduates to make it to the pinnacle of the sport. Check out the current and future F1 drivers who the young Italian now ranks alongside.


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