Brambilla Tino Brambilla, 1969 Italian Grand Prix  

Full Name: Ernesto ‘Tino’ Brambilla
Nationality: Italian
Born: 31 January 1934, Monza (ITA)

First GP: 1963 Italian Grand Prix
Last GP: 1969 Italian Grand Prix

Entries: 2 Grands Prix: 0 Non-starts: 2
Wins: 0 Podiums: 0 Pole Positions: 0
Fastest Laps: 0 Points: 0 Retirements: 0

1963 Formula 1, Centro Sud Cooper Maserati 4cyl T53, 1 entry, 1 DNQ
1969 Formula 1, Scuderia Ferrari V12 312, 1 entry, handed car to team-mate Gonzales 

Vittorio’s less-known older brother started out in motorcycle racing before moving into four-wheeled competition in the early 1960s.

A notoriously hard racer, ‘Tino’ raced in Formula 2 with some success, but his two F1 opportunities didn’t give him the opportunity to showcase what talent he had.

His first World Championship appearance came at the 1963 Italian Grand Prix with Scuderia Centro Sud, where he failed to qualify. He appeared one more time six years later with Ferrari, but he had to relinquish his seat to Pedro Rodríguez.

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