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Enrico Bertaggia

Enrico Bertaggia
Born (1964-09-19) 19 September 1964
Noale, Italy
Formula One World Championship career
Nationality Italian
Active years 1989, 1992
Teams Coloni
Andrea Moda
Entries 8 (0 starts)
Championships 0
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Career points 0
Pole positions 0
Fastest laps 0
First entry 1989 Belgian Grand Prix
Last entry 1989 Australian Grand Prix

Enrico Bertaggia (born September 19, 1964 in Noale, Venice) is a former racing driver from Italy. He enjoyed success in Formula Three, winning the Italian Formula Three title in 1987 and the Monaco Grand Prix F3 support race and the Macau Grand Prix the following year. He also made his debut in Formula 3000 in 1988, however his results weren't impressive. In European F3000 he entered four races, failed to qualify in the first three and then managed a "career-best" 19th position at Jerez.

In 1989 he bought a Formula One ride with Coloni, replacing Pierre-Henri Raphanel. He participated in six races towards the end of the season and was in fact the slowest entrant in all six. He was entered for two Grand Prix with Andrea Moda in 1992, but the team was excluded from the first, and withdrew from the second, following which, Bertaggia left the team. He made an attempt to return to Andrea Moda with a new sponsorship deal, but owner Andrea Sassetti had already used up his allowed number of driver changes.

In 2011, Bertaggia as part owner, opened [[http:

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