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Enrico Bertaggia

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Enrico Bertaggia
Born (1964-09-19) 19 September 1964 (age 56)
Noale, Italy
Formula One World Championship career
NationalityItaly Italian
Active years1989, 1992
TeamsColoni
Andrea Moda
Entries8 (0 starts)
Championships0
Wins0
Podiums0
Career points0
Pole positions0
Fastest laps0
First entry1989 Belgian Grand Prix
Last entry1989 Australian Grand Prix

Enrico Bertaggia (born 19 September 1964) is a former racing driver from Italy. He enjoyed success in Formula Three, winning the Italian Formula Three Championship in 1987 and the Monaco Grand Prix F3 support race and the Macau Grand Prix the following year.

Racing career

As a professional race car driver, Bertaggia began his career in 1982 and continued for almost 25 years. He entered many prestigious and difficult Championship Races including Formula 3 where he was the Italian Formula 3 Champion in 1987, and in 1988, when he succeeded in the feat of winning both the Formula 3 race in Monte Carlo and the Macau Grand Prix with Damon Hill coming in second and Jean Alesi in third position. He made his debut in Formula 3000 in 1988. In the 1988 International Formula 3000 Championship he was entered in four races, failed to qualify in the first three and then managed a "career-best" 19th position at Jerez.

In 1989 he obtained a Formula One ride with Coloni, replacing Pierre-Henri Raphanel. He participated in six races towards the end of the season and was in fact the slowest entrant in all six. He was entered for two Grand Prix with Andrea Moda in 1992, but the team was excluded from the first, and withdrew from the second, following which Bertaggia left the team. He made an attempt to return to Andrea Moda with a new sponsorship deal, but owner Andrea Sassetti had already used up his allowed number of driver changes.

In 1990 and 1991 Bertaggia raced Formula 3000 in Japan with the Footwork team. In 1995 he was runner up at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the GT2 class with Callaway Corvette.

His career continued and included Super Touring Car Championships, Porsche Carrera Cup and Sportscar Racing.

Coaching

Bertaggia has worked as the Chief Instructor at the Italian Federal School for young and talented race car drivers, which has been exclusively granting national professional racing licenses since 1992. After working at various professional driving schools (BMW, Renault) in 1987 Enrico Bertaggia became the Course Director for the Official Ferrari Driving School and the only instructor worldwide to teach the private glamorous Ferrari Enzo Courses. He was also Chief Instructor at the Alfa Romeo safety driving school and the Maserati Master GT School.

In February 2005 Bertaggia joined the staff at Ferrari GB as Chief Instructor for the exclusive and prestigious Ferrari GB official Club “Fiorano Ferrari”. He was made MotorSports Director at Ferrari GB and has created a 6 car team for the Ferrari European Challenge races as well as continuing to take the responsibility for the "Fiorano Ferrari" track days.

Business ventures

In 2011 Bertaggia moved to the United States to create as part owner Dream Racing, a 5 Star Luxury Driving Experience based at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He is since then the CEO of the company, which initially offered 12 Ferrari F430 GT Race Cars to drive for customers, since then the fleet has grown to over 80 cars which includes both GT race cars and supercars, and hosts more than 60,000 customers per year. In 2016 Dream Racing also launched Dream Racing motor sport.

Racing record

Complete International Formula 3000 results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 DC Points
1988 Forti Corse Dallara 3087 Cosworth JER
DNQ
VAL
DNQ
PAU
DNQ
SIL
DNQ
MNZ
7
PER
16
BRH
DNS
BIR
DNQ
BUG
DNQ
NC 0
Lola T88/50 ZOL
11
DIJ
Ret
1989 Lola Motorsport March 88B Judd SIL
DNQ
NC 0
Roger Cowman Racing Lola T89/50 Cosworth VAL
DNQ
PAU
DNQ
JER
19
PER BRH BIR SPA BUG DIJ
1993 ACE Racing Reynard 92D Ford Cosworth DON SIL PAU
DNQ
PER
5
HOC
DNQ
NÜR
20
SPA
Ret
MAG
Ret
NOG
12
17th 2

Complete Formula One results

(key)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 WDC Pts
1989 Coloni SpA Coloni C3 Ford Cosworth DFR 3.5 V8 BRA SMR MON MEX USA CAN FRA GBR GER HUN BEL
DNPQ
ITA
DNPQ
POR
DNPQ
ESP
DNPQ
JPN
DNPQ
AUS
DNPQ
NC 0
1992 Andrea Moda Formula Coloni C4B Judd GV 3.5 V10 RSA
EX
NC 0
Andrea Moda S921 MEX
DNP
BRA ESP SMR MON CAN FRA GBR GER HUN BEL ITA POR JPN AUS

References

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Nicola Larini
Italian Formula Three Champion
1987
Succeeded by
Emanuele Naspetti
Preceded by
Didier Artzet
Monaco Formula Three 
Race Winner

1988
Succeeded by
Antonio Tamburini
Preceded by
Martin Donnelly
Macau Grand Prix
Winner

1988
Succeeded by
David Brabham
This page was last edited on 15 June 2020, at 13:44
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