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Carlo Tamburini


Date of birth: February 23, 2005
Place of birth: Mantua, Italy
Height: 180cm
Weight: 75kg
Current team: MM Motorsport
Current car: Honda Type R TCR
Spoken languages: Italian, English, French
Other interests: basketball, travelling, animals

2021


After winter testing he raced in the Coppa Italia TopJet FX getting pole and double victory in the F4 class.
He participated in selected rounds of the TopJet FX championship winning in Misano and Imola (F4 category) with team Corbetta Racing.

In Monza, in the last round of the Coppa Italia Turismo, he made his debut in touring car racing with team MM Motorsport’s Honda TCR. He dominated the weekend scoring the pole position and winning both races.

2020


In 2020 Carlo competed in two rounds of the IAME Series Italy, concluding his journey in the world of karting. He made his single-seater race debut in the FX Italian Series in Varano, in the FX3 category. He finished twice second overall and he took two rookie wins. He ended the year racing in the last round of the FX Italian Series in Misano, this time in the FX2 category, driving a Tatuus Formula 4. Despite only two days of testing on an F4, he managed to score two promising podiums on his debut.

2019


He dedicated the first half of 2019 racing in Junior X30 before moving up to Senior X30 in order to challenge more experienced drivers. That same year, when he was only fourteen years old, he made his single-seater debut driving a Formula Predator's PC015 at Cremona Circuit.

2018


In 2018 he chose to race in Junior X30, competing in the national championship with the highest level, the IAME Series Italy. In the same year, he also participated in a race of the IAME European Championship where he reached the final.

2017


In 2017 he raced with a fast 100cc kart, with which he competed in the Easykart Italian championship. He scored a podium in the last race, showing a nice progression throughout the year.

2014-2016


On the 23rd of February 2014, the day of his ninth birthday, he drove his first kart with a 60cc two-stroke engine, with which he participated in the national Easykart championship in 2015 and 2016, collecting the first trophies of his motorsport career.

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