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Nicola de Marco

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Nationality  Italian
Wins  2
Debut season  2009
Poles  2

Car no.  10
Name  Nicola Marco
Starts  34
Current team  MotorSport Vision
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Born  August 28, 1990 (age 25)Pordenone (Italy) (1990-08-28)

Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo 2016, Silverstone - On board lap with De Marco - Del Monte


Nicola de Marco (born August 28, 1990 in Pordenone) is an Italian racing driver.

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Formula Azzurra

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After a six-year karting career, de Marco moved up to the Formula Azzurra championship with the Durango team in 2006, and was mightily impressive in his one and only Azzurra campaign. Nicola won three races en route to third in the championship, finishing behind Giuseppe Termine and fellow FIA Formula Two Championship racer Mirko Bortolotti.

He also competed in the Formula Renault 2.0 Italia Winter Series, finishing joint ninth in the championship with Daniel Zampieri.

Formula Three

After only one year at a junior single-seater level, de Marco moved up to the Italian Formula Three Championship with Lucidi Motors, and finished the 2007 season with six podiums and a pole position at Vallelunga. He ended up sixth in the championship, but was outperformed by team-mate Paolo Maria Nocera, who would go on to lift the title.

A change to the Spanish Formula Three Championship for 2008 was hoped to see de Marco progress and earn more experience. Driving for the RP Motorsport team, de Marco won races at Spa and Albacete on his way to fourth in the championship, losing out on third to fellow F2 racer Natacha Gachnang by a solitary point.

Formula Two

Nicola drove in the relaunched FIA Formula Two Championship in 2009, driving car number 10 in the series. He finished in tenth position, with his best result coming in the final race at Circuit de Catalunya, where he finished second to Andy Soucek. He will return to the series in 2010.

Complete FIA Formula Two Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

References

Nicola de Marco Wikipedia