Ernesto Brambilla

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Ernesto Brambilla
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Formula One World Championship career
Active years1963 Formula One season, 1969 Formula One season
TeamsScuderia Centro Sud, Ferrari
Races2 (0 starts)
List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions0
Career points0
Pole position0
Fastest lap0
First race1963 Italian Grand Prix
Last race1969 Italian Grand Prix

Ernesto 'Tino' Brambilla (born January 31, 1934) is a Grand Prix motorcycle racing former Motorcycle Road racing and a professional race car driver from Italy. Born in Monza, he was the brother of driver Vittorio Brambilla. In 1959 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season, he finished in 10th place in the 350cc Grand Prix motorcycle season. In 1961 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season he again finished in 10th place in the 350 class.

Brambilla entered in 2 Formula One Grand Prix races, firstly in the 1963 Italian Grand Prix with Scuderia Centro Sud, driving a Cooper Car Company, which he failed to qualify. For the 1969 Italian Grand Prix race he was entered by Ferrari, but the car was ultimately driven by Pedro Rodríguez.

Complete Formula One results

(F1 driver results legend 2)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 WDC Points
1963 Formula One season Scuderia Centro Sud Cooper Car Company Cooper T53 Maserati Straight-4 1963 Monaco Grand Prix
1963 Belgian Grand Prix
1963 Dutch Grand Prix
1963 French Grand Prix
1963 British Grand Prix
1963 German Grand Prix
1963 Italian Grand Prix
1963 United States Grand Prix
1963 Mexican Grand Prix
1963 South African Grand Prix
NC 0
1969 Formula One season Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 312/68/69 Ferrari V12 engine 1969 South African Grand Prix
1969 Spanish Grand Prix
1969 Monaco Grand Prix
1969 Dutch Grand Prix
1969 French Grand Prix
1969 British Grand Prix
1969 German Grand Prix
1969 Italian Grand Prix
1969 Canadian Grand Prix
1969 United States Grand Prix
1969 Mexican Grand Prix
NC 0
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Andrea de Adamich
Italian Formula Three Championship
Succeeded by
Franco Bernabei (1968)
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