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Oswaldo Negri, Jr.

Brazil
Date of birth:May 29, 1964 (49 y/o)
Place of birth:Sao Paulo
Races entered:252
Wins:19
Podiums:57
Pole positions:18
Fastest laps:24
Race win percentage:7.54%
(the above statistics are a summary of the data currently available on the Career details page.)

2004 Grand American Daytona Prototype Rising Star. Negri shared the award with Max Angelelli.

Racing career highlights


Third in Indy Lights Panamericana 2000.
Second in Fórmula de las Américas 1999.
Panamerican Indy Lights champion 1998.
Third in Formula 3 Mexico 1994.
Second in Formula 3 South America 1990.
Brazilian Formula 3 champion 1990.
Third in Formula Ford 1600 Brazil 1986.

Karting career highlights


Third in 500 Milhas de Granja Viana 2009.
Second in 500 Milhas de Granja Viana 2004.

Racing career summary


The following numbers are a summary of the more detailed information available in the Career details. Seasons spanning over two years (for example 2009-10 championships) have their race results accounted for in the year the championship ends (2010 in the previous example).

2014 4 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 1 fastest race lap.
2013 10 races. 0 wins. 3 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2012 13 races. 1 win. 3 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2011 12 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2010 12 races. 0 wins. 3 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2009 12 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2008 14 races. 1 win. 2 podiums. 1 pole position. 0 fastest race laps.
2007 14 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2006 13 races. 1 win. 2 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2005 6 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 1 pole position. 0 fastest race laps.
2004 11 races. 0 wins. 2 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2003 8 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2002 1 race. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
2000 4 races. 2 wins. 4 podiums. 3 pole positions. 3 fastest race laps.
1999 6 races. 2 wins. 4 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1998 8 races. 3 wins. 6 podiums. 3 pole positions. 3 fastest race laps.
1997 7 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 1 fastest race lap.
1996 10 races. 1 win. 3 podiums. 0 pole positions. 2 fastest race laps.
1995 10 races. 1 win. 3 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1994 10 races. 1 win. 5 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1993 3 races. 1 win. 1 podium. 1 pole position. 1 fastest race lap.
1992 18 races. 1 win. 3 podiums. 4 pole positions. 3 fastest race laps.
1991 15 races. 0 wins. 2 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1990 8 races. 3 wins. 5 podiums. 2 pole positions. 4 fastest race laps.
1989 9 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1988 3 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1987 2 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 1 fastest race lap.
1986 9 races. 1 win. 1 podium. 3 pole positions. 5 fastest race laps.




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