Matteo Bobbi
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Matteo Bobbi
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24 Hours of Le Mans career
Years2009
TeamsRacing Box
Best finishDNF
Class wins0

Matteo Bobbi (born 2 July 1978 in Milan) is an Italian racing driver with experience in several motor sport categories, including three years as a Minardi test driver in Formula One.[1]

During a brief time with Formula One's Minardi as their test driver, he also began racing in sports cars, winning the 2003 FIA GT Championship with Thomas Biagi in a BMS Scuderia Italia Ferrari,[2] and finishing as runner-up in 2004. In 2006, he won the GT2 class with Jaime Melo.

Bobbi began racing karts in 1995 and progressed to Formula Renault in 1998, where he finished on the podium several times. He tested a Formula One car for Minardi in 2000, and became their official test driver the following year. Also that year, he competed in the Spanish Formula Nissan Championship, in which he won at Valencia. He won six races in 2002, finishing as runner-up in the championship standings.

Bobbi continued to work with Minardi until mid-2003, including a Grand Prix weekend test session at the 2003 San Marino Grand Prix. Giovanni Minardi was his manager at the time.[2]

He also competed in the Rolex Sports Car Series for Cheever Racing.

Racing results

Complete Formula One participations

(key)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 WDC Points
2003 European Minardi Cosworth Minardi PS03 Cosworth V10 AUS MAL BRA SMR
TD
ESP AUT MON CAN EUR FRA GBR GER HUN ITA USA JPN - -

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
2009 Italy Racing Box Italy Andrea Piccini
Italy Thomas Biagi
Lola B08/80-Judd LMP2 203 DNF DNF

Complete GT1 World Championship results

References

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Christophe Bouchut
FIA GT Champion
2003 with:
Thomas Biagi
Succeeded by
Fabrizio Gollin
Luca Cappellari



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