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Spanish racing driver born in Sant Antoni de Vilamajor, Spain. Wikipedia

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    Colombian racing driver who is the test driver for the Alfa Romeo Formula One team and drives for the Drago Corse with ThreeBond squad in the Super Formula Championship and for Richard Mille Racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship. The first woman to win national karting championships in either Colombia or the United States. Wikipedia

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  • Santino Ferrucci

    American professional racing driver. He competes part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 26 Toyota Supra for Sam Hunt Racing. Wikipedia

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  • Jann Mardenborough

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  • Dan Ticktum

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  • Carlin Motorsport

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  • Felix Rosenqvist

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  • Devlin DeFrancesco

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  • George Russell (racing driver)

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  • Roberto Merhi

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  • Polish racing driver. Born on 16 June 1993 in Pszczyna, Janosz began karting in 2010 in the local Senior category of the Rotax International Open, in which he became 24th. Wikipedia

  • Retired Mexican racing driver. Born in Mexico City, Celis entered karting in 2009 and raced until 2012 in the local Mexican karting championships. Wikipedia

  • Sacha Fenestraz

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  • The list comprises all Carlin race results. (key) Wikipedia

  • Thai racing driver of Norwegian descent. Born in Phuket, Stuvik began karting in 2002 in the local karting championships. Wikipedia

  • Arjun Maini

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  • Antonio Fuoco

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  • Tadasuke Makino

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  • Bertrand Baguette

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  • Alexander Rossi

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  • Jüri Vips

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  • Motopark Academy

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  • Conor Daly

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  • Nelson Mason

    Canadian racing driver currently racing in the World Series Formula V8 3.5 for Teo Martín Motorsport. One of only a handful of Canadian racing drivers who made the step into the European motorsport scene with some success. Wikipedia

  • Nick Cassidy

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  • Robert Shwartzman

    Russian racing driver competing in the 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship. Member of the Ferrari Driver Academy. Wikipedia


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