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Christian Pescatori

Christian Pescatori is a professional racecar driver from Italy. He was born in Brescia, in 1 December 1971.

Pescatori started his career in single-seater racing, becoming Italian Formula 3 Champion in 1993, before moving up to Formula 3000.

He later moved on to sports car racing, where he had more success. Pescatori won the Sports Racing World Cup in 2000, and the FIA GT Championship's N-GT class in 2001, both for JMB Racing. In 2002, he became an Audi works driver, winning the 12 Hours of Sebring. In 2001 and 2002 he was also second overall in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In 2005 he was GTS Champion in the Le Mans Endurance Series.

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1997 BMS Scuderia Italia Pierluigi Martini
Antônio Hermann de Azevedo
Porsche 911 GT1 GT1 317 8th 4th
1999 JB Racing Jérôme Policand
Mauro Baldi
Ferrari 333 SP LMP 71 DNF DNF
2001 Audi Sport North America Laurent Aïello
Rinaldo Capello
Audi R8 LMP900 320 2nd 2nd
2002 Audi Sport North America Johnny Herbert
Rinaldo Capello
Audi R8 LMP900 374 2nd 2nd
2005 BMS Scuderia Italia Fabrizio Gollin
Miguel Ramos
Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello GT1 67 DNF DNF
2006 BMS Scuderia Italia Fabrizio Gollin
Fabio Babini
Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 3 DNF DNF

External links

  • Official website
  • Christian Pescatori career summary at DriverDB.com
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Max Angelelli
Italian Formula Three Champion
1993
Succeeded by
Giancarlo Fisichella
Preceded by
Emmanuel Collard
Vincenzo Sospiri
FIA Sportscar Championship Champion
2000 with:
David Terrien
Succeeded by
Marco Zadra


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