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Марко Апичелла

Apicella, Marco

Марко Апичелла / Apicella, Marco

(c) 'Who is Who' by Steve Small, 2000

Родился:

07.10.1965

Сассо-Маркони, Болонья

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Ф1: 1993

Марко Апичелла / Apicella, Marco - 1993

24 часа Ле-Мана: 1995-1999

Год

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1993Sasol JordanJordan 193
Jordan 193

This diminutive Italian was a contemporary of Caffi, Tarquini, Larini and Barbazza in the national F3 series in 1984-85. He was certainly quick but also somewhat erratic, sampling three different chassis in 1985 and taking a couple of wins at Misano. In 1986 he was teamed with Larini in Enzo Coloni's Dallaras and the young hot-shots dominated proceedings, with Apicella taking the runner-up slot.

If he felt something of a bridesmaid in that formula, it was as nothing to his experiences in the FIA F3000 championship, where he spent five seasons (1987-91) as 'the man most likely to', searching in vain for a win before he joined the wave of Europeans invading the Japanese F3000 series in a bid to revive his career. Marco was a surprise choice for a one-off Jordan ride in the 1993 Italian GP, and his race was short lived, Apicella being eliminated in a first-lap melee.

Tangible success came at last for the Italian when he was crowned 1994 All-Japan F3000 champion driving for the Dome team. Although the following year, when he raced the 5-Zigen team's Reynard, proved less successful, Apicella continued competing in Formula Nippon, turning in some solid performances, while testing the Dome F1 challenger which ultimately failed to make the grid.

In 1999 he reappeared in Europe to take occasional drives in a Riley & Scott sports car, bagging a fourth place at Brno. His vast experience was also put to good use in the newly inaugurated Italian F3000 series, Marco winning rounds at both Vallelunga and Misano for Monaco Motorsport.

(c) 'Who is Who' by Steve Small, 2000

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