Brazilian Grandsons of Racing Legend Share Track for the First Time
The Brazilian grandsons of two-time Formula champion, double Indy 500 winner, and 1989 IndyCar champion Emerson Fittipaldi had a historic moment on Wednesday. Enzo, 22, and Pietro, 27, shared the track for the very first time on the 1.7-mile short course at Sebring International Raceway.
Next Generation Car Racing
Enzo Fittipaldi, in collaboration with DCR, and Pietro Fittipaldi, who recently signed a deal with Rahal Letterman Lanigan, showcased their racing skills on the challenging track. This marked Pietro’s first outing in an IndyCar since the 2021 Indianapolis 500.
A Legacy Continues
The Fittipaldi family has a remarkable legacy in the world of motorsport, and both Enzo and Pietro are determined to carry that legacy forward. With their shared passion for racing and access to top-notch teams, the Fittipaldi brothers have an exciting journey ahead of them.
An Overwhelming Experience
The opportunity for Enzo and Pietro to share the track together was both emotional and significant. As they maneuvered through the twists and turns of the Sebring International Raceway, the brothers undoubtedly felt the weight of their family’s racing history and the eyes upon them.
Looking Towards the Future
This milestone event marks an important step in the careers of Enzo and Pietro Fittipaldi. It highlights their readiness to compete at the highest levels of car racing and sets the stage for a promising future in the world of motorsports.
The track-sharing experience between Enzo and Pietro Fittipaldi at Sebring International Raceway signifies the continuation of their family’s motorsport legacy. As they navigate their respective racing careers, the grandsons of Emerson Fittipaldi are poised to make their mark in the world of car racing.