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Paolo "Paul" Zuccarelli (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpaːolo ddzukkaˈrɛlli; ttsuk-]; 24 August 1886, Milan – 19 June 1913, Marcilly-la-Campagne, France) was an Italian racecar driver. Zuccarelli graduated in engineering in Brescia and took on racing shortly afterwards. In 1910 he moved to France. He was killed while testing a car prior to the 1913 French Grand Prix at Amiens.
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