Gino Bronzoni

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Lancia D24 ; Winning car of Juan Manuel Fangio and Gino Bronzoni in the Carrera Panamericana 1953

Gino Bronzoni was an Italian racing car driver .


Gino Bronzoni was a test driver for Ferrari and Lancia in the early 1950s . For many years he was Clemente Biondetti's co-driver in Italian road races. In 1940 he made his debut at the Mille Miglia , where he finished eighth overall in 1950 with Biondetti in the Jaguar XK 120 .

In addition to winning the Coppa della Toscana in 1953 , the greatest success in his career was the Carrera Panamericana in the same year . Juan Manuel Fangio and Bronzoni won the Lancia D24 .


Individual results in the sports car world championship

season team race car 1 2 3 4th 5 6th 7th
1953 Lancia Lancia Aurelia B20
Lancia D24
United StatesUnited States SEB ItalyItaly MIM FranceFrance LEM BelgiumBelgium SPA GermanyGermany ONLY United KingdomUnited Kingdom RTT MexicoMexico CAP
21st 1

Web links

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Coppa della Toscana 1953