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Arrows > Enrique Bernoldi

Enrique Bernoldi

Team Arrows
Date of Birth 19 October 1978
Nationality Brazilian
Car Number 15
Marital Status Single
Personal Profile  

Enrique Bernoldi grew up watching the performances of Brazilian World Champions, Ayrton Senna and Nelson Piquet and was bitten by the racing bug at an early age. His own racing career began when he was nine in a local karting championship in Brazil.

After moving to Sao Paulo and defeating the likes of current CART front-runners, Helio Castro-Neves and Tony Kanaan the Brazilian decided he was ready for European racing.

In 1997 he signed to race for the Promatecme team in the British Formula 3 Championship - the proving ground of many a champion including Nelson Piquet, Ayrton Senna and Mika Hakkinen. However, in January he was involved in a road accident, when another car jumped a red light, and had to spend some time in hospital. He impressed everyone with his quick recovery and was ready to race when the season began in March that year.

This was followed by two years in Formula 3000 with the Red Bull Junior team, and a testing role at Sauber. He impressed Sauber team boss, Pete Sauber, enough to be considered for a race seat in 2001. However, this went to Kimi Raikkonen and after a test in January he joins the Arrows team instead.

Career Highlights
2000 Fifteenth in the FIA F3000 Championship. Test Driver for the Sauber.
1999 Eighteenth in the FIA F3000 Championship. Test Driver for the Sauber.
1998 Runner-up in British Formula 3 Championship, winning six of the 16 races, and at the Marlboro Masters Formula 3 race. Third in the Macau Grand Prix.
1997 Fifth in the British Formula 3 Championship with one race win. Third in the Macau Grand Prix.
1996 Wins the European Formula Renault Championship, taking victory in nine out of 11 races.
1995 Fourth in the Italian Formula Alfa-Boxer.
1993 Third in the South American Kart Championship and fourth in the Pan-American Kart Championship.
1992 Third in the Paulista Kart Championship, Brazil.
1991 Wins the Brazilian Kart Championship.
1990 Wins the Brazilian Kart Championship and the Paulista Kart Championship, Brazil.
1989 Wins the Paulista Kart Championship, Brazil.
1988 Eighth in the Paulista Kart Championship, Brazil.
1987 Wins several kart championship in Curitiba, Brazil.



 
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