|Died||15 April 1928 (aged 40)|
Pietro Bordino (22 November 1887 – 15 April 1928) was an Italian racecar driver.
A native of Turin, Bordino won the 1922 Italian Grand Prix and also raced in the 1925 Indianapolis 500, finishing 10th, among his 10 AAA Championship Car starts in the United States. He died in 1928 during practice for a race at Alessandria after he hit a dog, causing his car to overturn and land in a river, drowning him.
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