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Chico Serra
Chico Serra 2007 Mil Milhas Brasil.jpg
Serra in 2007
Born (1957-02-03) 3 February 1957 (age 62)
São Paulo, Brazil
Formula One World Championship career
NationalityBrazil Brazilian
Active years19811983
TeamsFittipaldi, Arrows
Entries33 (18 starts)
Championships0
Wins0
Podiums0
Career points1
Pole positions0
Fastest laps0
First entry1981 United States Grand Prix West
Last entry1983 Monaco Grand Prix

Francisco "Chico" Serra (born 3 February 1957 in São Paulo) is a racing driver from Brazil. He won the 1979 British Formula 3 Championship. He participated in 33 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix for Fittipaldi and Arrows, debuting on 15 March 1981. He made 18 starts, not qualifying for the remaining fifteen races, although he ought to have started as the reserve in the 1982 Swiss Grand Prix. However, Ferrari withdrew Patrick Tambay's entry so late that Serra was not allowed to take part.[1] Serra scored one championship point, for finishing sixth in the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix. After qualifying for the 1982 Canadian Grand Prix, Serra and countryman Raul Boesel had a short scuffle. Serra was furious at Boesel for blocking his last flying lap after waving Keke Rosberg by.[2] Boesel denied that this was intentional. Serra made one CART Champ Car start in 1985 at the Portland International Raceway for Ensign Racing but suffered an engine failure.[3]

Serra has participated in Brazilian stock car racing since the 1980s and was series champion in 1999, 2000 and 2001. He is the father of racing driver Daniel Serra.[4]

The Brazilian Chico Serra was from the time when Brazilian drivers embarked to Europe with the dare and courage, plunging into the unknown, often with very limited sponsorships, facing customs, languages and logistics totally different from those found in Brazil. Like many before and after him, he entered Formula One in a team with little funding (Fittipaldi) and from then on his dream of competing in the highest echelon of single-seater motorsport collapsed. Still, he had a beautiful career when he returned to Brazil.

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Complete Formula One World Championship results

(key)

Year Team Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 WDC Points
1981 Fittipaldi Automotive Fittipaldi F8C Cosworth V8 USW
7
BRA
Ret
ARG
Ret
SMR
DNQ
BEL
Ret
MON
DNQ
ESP
11
FRA
DNS
GBR
DNQ
GER
DNQ
AUT NED
DNQ
ITA
DNQ
CAN
DNQ
CPL
DNQ
NC 0
1982 Fittipaldi Automotive Fittipaldi F8D Cosworth V8 RSA
17
BRA
Ret
USW
DNQ
SMR BEL
6
MON
DNPQ
DET
11
CAN
DNQ
NED
Ret
GBR
Ret
26th 1
Fittipaldi F9 FRA
DNQ
GER
11
AUT
7
SUI
DNQ
ITA
11
CPL
DNQ
1983 Arrows Racing Team Arrows A6 Cosworth V8 BRA
9
USW FRA
Ret
SMR
8
MON
7
BEL DET CAN GBR GER AUT NED ITA EUR RSA NC 0

References

  1. ^ af Peterséns, Fredrik (1982-09-08). "Två lopp kvar - nu vinner Keke!" [Two races left - now Keke wins!]. Teknikens Värld (in Swedish). Vol. 34 no. 19. Stockholm, Sweden: Specialtidningsförlaget AB. p. 9.
  2. ^ Raul Boesel vs Chico Serra fight on YouTube
  3. ^ Chico Serra, Champ Car Stats, retrieved 2011-12-30
  4. ^ "Daniel Serra". Red Bull. Retrieved 18 June 2017.
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Derek Daly
Formula Ford Festival
Winner

1977
Succeeded by
Michael Roe
Preceded by
Nelson Piquet
1978 BARC Series Champion
British Formula Three Champion
1979
Succeeded by
Stefan Johansson
Preceded by
Derek Warwick
1978 BRDC Series Champion
Preceded by
Ingo Hoffmann
Stock Car Brasil champion
1999–2001
Succeeded by
Ingo Hoffmann


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