Ianina Zanazzi (born January 7, 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a professional racecar driver. She started her career in karting in 1996, moving to Argentinian Formula Hyundai for the 1997 season. In 1998 she competed in both Argentinian Formula Honda and Argentinian Formula Renault. She remained in only the Renault series for 1999, before moving to Formula Three Sudamericana in 2000, in the B-Class. In 2001, she moved to the main class, but only competed in part of the season's schedule. She also competed in a part season of Spanish Formula Three in 2002.
On June 1, 2000, Zanazzi was testing her Formula 3 Light car at Río Cuarto circuit and had a spun off due to an oil spot on the asphalt. She did not suffer any damage in the incident, but found clues of sabotage near the zone, and later on it was said that she pointed to team-mate Mariano Bainotti as responsible for such a personal attack on her. However, Zanazzi refused having said that. Bainotti then threatened Zanazzi to sue her for lying, but nothing has happened since.
- (Spanish) Un atentado a las sombras
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