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Arzani-Volpini

Arzani-Volpini
Full name Scuderia Arzani-Volpini
Founder(s) Gianpaolo Volpini
Egidio Arzani
Noted drivers Luigi Piotti
Formula One World Championship career
Debut 1955 Italian Grand Prix
Races competed 1 (0 starts)
Constructors'
Championships
0
Drivers'
Championships
0
Race victories 0
Pole positions 0
Fastest laps 0
Final race 1955 Italian Grand Prix

Arzani-Volpini (also known as Scuderia Volpini) was an Italian Formula One constructor, established by Gianpaolo Volpini and engine-builder Egidio Arzani.

Volpini racecar from 1958

Volpini was initially involved in the lower classes of 1955 Grand Prix de Pau, where Alborghetti suffered a fatal crash.

The team contested only one Formula One World Championship Grand Prix, the 1955 Italian Grand Prix. Driver Luigi Piotti drove the car, but did not start the race due to a problem with his Maserati Speluzzi 4CLT 2.5 L4 engine. The team did not return to Formula One afterwards, continuing to construct cars for Formula Junior and Formula Three. One of the customers was Lorenzo Bandini.


Complete Formula One World Championship results

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Year Chassis Engine Tyres Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1955 Arzani-Volpini Special Maserati L4 P ARG MON 500 BEL NED GBR ITA
Luigi Piotti DNS

References

  • Profile at Grand Prix Encyclopedia
  • Results from Formula1.com


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