Ronnie Quintarelli

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Quintarelli in 2010.

Ronnie Quintarelli (born in Negrar, near Verona, 9 August 1979) is an Italian racecar driver.

Started professional career in 2000 with Prema Powerteam and Cram Competition in Formula Renault 2.0 Italian championship. In 2001 and 2002 raced in German Formula Three and Formula Volkswagen. In 2003 raced in All-Japan Formula Three Championship with team Inging Motorsport, classified fourth. In 2004 he won the All-Japan Formula Three Championship. For the next three years (2005, 2006 and 2007) he raced in Formula Nippon and Super GT with Inging Motorsport.

Racing record[edit]

Season Series Team Name Races Poles Wins Points Final Placing
2005 Super GT SARD 8 0 0 21 16th
2006 Formula One Midland F1 Test driver

Racing record[edit]

Complete Super GT results[edit]

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DC Pts
2005 SARD Toyota Supra GT500 OKA
8
FUJ
Ret
SEP
9
SUG
2
MOT
14
FUJ
12
AUT
11
SUZ
11
16th 21
2006 Lexus Team Cerumo Lexus SC430 GT500 SUZ OKA FUJ SEP SUG SUZ
7
MOT AUT FUJ 24th 9
2007 Lexus Team Kraft Lexus SC430 GT500 SUZ OKA FUJ SEP
11
SUG
9
SUZ
Ret
MOT AUT FUJ 24th 2
2008 Hasemi Motorsport Nissan GT-R GT500 SUZ
15
OKA
10
FUJ
15
SEP
9
SUG
11
SUZ
5
MOT
1
AUT
6
FUJ
13
12th 39
2009 Hasemi Motorsport Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
12
SUZ
13
FUJ
7
SEP
1
SUG
9
SUZ
2
FUJ
6
AUT
8
MOT
12
7th 49
2010 Impul Nissan GT-R GT500 SUZ
Ret
OKA
4
FUJ
6
SEP
1
SUG
4
SUZ
12
FUJ
C
MOT
5
5th 47
2011 MOLA Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
6
FUJ
10
SEP
2
SUG
1
SUZ
2
FUJ
7
AUT
2
MOT
2
1st 90
2012 MOLA Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
7
FUJ
8
SEP
14
SUG
3
SUZ
1
FUJ
2
AUT
1
MOT
2
1st 93
2013 NISMO Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
3
FUJ
Ret
SEP
9
SUG
3
SUZ
2
FUJ
9
AUT
8
MOT
8
6th 50
2014 NISMO Nissan GT-R GT500 OKA
7
FUJ
8
AUT
1
SUG
14
FUJ
2
SUZ
2
BUR
10
MOT
1
1st 81

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
James Courtney
All-Japan Formula Three
Champion

2004
Succeeded by
João Paulo de Oliveira
Preceded by
Takashi Kogure
Loïc Duval
Super GT (GT500) Champion
20112012 with:
Masataka Yanagida
Succeeded by
Kohei Hirate
Yuji Tachikawa
Preceded by
Kohei Hirate
Yuji Tachikawa
Super GT (GT500) Champion
2014 with:
Tsugio Matsuda
Succeeded by
Incumbent