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Bruno Carneiro

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Bruno Carneiro (AKA: Bruno Lamb)
NationalityBrazil Brazilian
Born (1999-07-16) July 16, 1999 (age 21)
São Paulo, Brazil
Asian Formula Renault career
Debut season2019 Asian Formula Renault
Current teamART Motorsports
Car number21
Former teamsB-Max Racing Team, Albirex Racing Team, UMC Utah Motorsports Campus, Ian Lacy Pro Mazda Racing
Starts22
Wins0
Poles0
Fastest laps0
Best finish6th in 2017
Previous series
2015-16China Formula 4 Championship
Championship titles
2016China Formula 4 Championship

Bruno Carneiro (born 16 July 1999, in São Paulo) is a Brazilian-American racing driver, the 2019 Asia Formula Renault Vice-Champion, the 2016 China Formula 4 champion, Formula 3, Formula Renault and Lamborghini Super Trofeo.

Career

Karting

Carneiro began karting in 2004, at the age of four. From there he partook in numerous championships across his native Utah. Multiple Utah Champion in various classes from Kid Karts to Rotax Junior Max from 2005 to 2014.

-2010 Top 10 USA Rotax Grand Nationals Mini Max Class (Legree Motorsports) -2010 Top 45th Brazilian Karting Championship Super Cadet Class (Raucci Racing) -2010 Top 10 Trofeo Invernali Ayrton Senna Mini Vortex(DR Karting) -2010 Top 3 Sul Brasileiro Farroupilha Super Cadet (Waltinho Travaglini Karting) -2014 Top 15 USA Rotax Grand Nationals JuniorMax Class (Rolison Karting)

Lower Formulas

Carneiro graduated to single-seaters in 2015, competing in the NASA Utah Open Championship and finishing as champion in his first season. He also partook in the fourth round of the China Formula 4 Championship, claiming a fastest lap and a podium in the second race to finish thirteenth in the standings.[1]

iRacing

Bruno Signed with his first eSports Team, Lotema Racing. A portuguese racing team that competes in the highest levels of the iRacing Platform. He has recently joined one of Sim Racings top Esports team, Williams Esport. Carneiro Currently has over 7,100 iRating and is still quickly climbing. His most raced cars on the iRacing service is the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, Dallara F3, and the GTE and GT3 class cars. Carneiro races and competes amongst the best drivers of sim racing.

FIA Formula 4

In 2016, Carneiro moved to the FIA Chinese F4 series full-time, taking eight victories and the title with wins in Zhuhai, Chengdu, Beijing and Shanghai[2]

Formula 3

In 2017, Carneiro joined the All-Japan Formula Three Championship with the ALBIREX RACING TEAM.[3]

In 2018, Bruno Carneiro continued with the All-Japan Formula Three Championshipwith B-Max Racing/Rodizio Grill/Dallara-Volkswagen. Lack of funding forced Carneiro to quit early in the season, and taking part in only 1 round of the Championship held in Suzuka. He scored two P6 finishes scoring 2 championship points.

Asian Formula Renault

In 2019, Bruno Carneiro joined the Macau-based ART Motorsports(Asian Racing Team) to compete in the 2019 Asian Formula Renault Series driving a Tatuus-Renault 2.0. After 12 race weekends in Zhuhai, China and Sepang, Malaysia, Carneiro finished the season as Vice-Champion, with 2 Wins (Zhuhai & Sepang) Seven P2s, one 3rd, a 4th and one mechanical DNF. [4] [5]

Sports Cars

In 2018, Bruno raced in the Nasa Utah Endurance race[6] with Lamborghini Hurracan Super Trofeo 650 hp. The team, led by Bruno, won the race.[7][8]

Career summary

Season Series Team Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points Position
2015 NASA Utah Open Wheel Rodizio Grill/Ian Lacy Racing 14 10 14 1270 1st
2015 China Formula 4 Championship UMC Utah Motorsports Campus 2 0 0 1 1 16 13th
2016 China Formula 4 Championship UMC Utah Motorsports Campus 15 8 1 7 14 302 1st
2016 Formula Car Challenge Rodizio Grill/Ian Lacy Racing 10 5 1 7 8 225 1st
2017 All-Japan Formula 3 Championship Albirex Racing Team 20 0 0 0 0 1 11th
2018 2018 NASA/WERK 6 Hour Endurance Race Makes & Models/Horward Media Lamborghini 1 1 0 0 1 25 1st
All-Japan Formula 3 Championship B-Max Racing Team 2 0 0 0 0 2 11th
2019 Asian Formula Renault Series ART Motorsports/Rodizio Grill Racing 12 2 1 3 10 265 2nd

References

  1. ^ "Utah teen racer to compete on Chinese racetrack". October 12, 2015. Retrieved March 5, 2017.
  2. ^ "Auto racing: Utah's Bruno Carniero celebrates Chinese Formula 4 championship". December 7, 2016. Retrieved March 5, 2017.
  3. ^ "Bruno Carneiro To Race In Japan". March 1, 2017. Retrieved March 5, 2017.
  4. ^ "Do outro lado do mundo, Bruno Carneiro vence pela primeira vez na Fórmula Renault na Ásia". Globoesporte.
  5. ^ https://racemotor.com.br/2019/12/08/com-novo-podio-bruno-carneiro-confirma-vice-na-f-renault-asiatica/
  6. ^ "NASA Six Hour Enduro". www.utahmotorsportscampus.com.
  7. ^ "Bruno Carneiro continua jornada em prova de turismo nos Estados Unidos". Globoesporte.
  8. ^ "Bruno Carniero invited to race by local Utah team". 6 August 2018.

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