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IL Peroni

Alex Peroni (R)

#5 Carlin

 

Birthdate: November 27, 1999
Hometown: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Residence: Tranmere, Tasmania, Australia
Website: alex-peroni.com 
Facebook: Driver Alex Peroni
YouTube: Alex Peroni in Motorsport
Instagram: @alexperoni7

 

Sponsors:

 

Blundstone / Tasmania / RDM Fast Ferries

Nationality: Australian

Languages spoken: English, Italian

Height/weight: 6’0” / 143 lbs.

Education: High school graduate

Hobbies/interests: Cars, surfing, hanging out with mates

Favorite sports: Tennis and surfing

Driver training preferences: Cross training, tennis and rock climbing

Favorite food: Gnocchi

Guilty food pleasure: Burgers

Best meal you can cook by yourself: Pasta carbonara

The one talent I wish I had: Artistic

Person I would most like to meet: Lewis Hamilton, an idol and I reckon an interesting character

Bucket list: Snowboarding, bungee jumping, see lions in the wild

An interesting note about me: After six years in car racing I have yet to do a lap in Australia

Racing goal: NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship

Racing hero: Michael Schumacher

Career results:

2020

  • Finished 10th in the FIA Formula 3 Championship with three podiums, two fastest race laps and eight top-10 finishes
  • Awarded the Peter Brock Medal, named after the Australian motorsport icon as a rising star of the sport

2019

  • Competed in 13 FIA Formula 3 Championship races before sustaining a back injury in an accident at Monza, Italy

2018

  • Finished ninth in the Formula Renault Eurocup, earning a victory, two podiums, a pole position and 10 top-10s in 20 races
  • Highlights included a pole position and victory at Monaco in Race 1 and P2 in Race 2
  • Competed as a guest driver in two Formula Renault Northern European Cup races at Pau, France, taking pole position and both race wins

2017

  • Finished 10th in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup, capturing a victory at Pau, a pole position and seven top-10 finishes

2016

  • Won the French V de V Challenge Monoplace series with 14 wins, four poles, 13 fastest race laps and 19 podiums in 21 races
  • Competed in two Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup races as a wildcard entry with a best finish of fourth

2015

  • Finished 14th in the Italian Formula 4 Championship, earning two podiums and six top-10s

2007-2014

  • Competed in numerous national and international karting events.