Alessandro Pier Guidi

Alessandro Pier Guidi ( born December 18, 1983 in Tortona ) is an Italian racing driver.


Pier Guidi began his motorsport career in karting and was active until 2001 in this sport. Among other things, he won the 1997 Italian ICA Kart Championship. In 2002 he moved to Formula racing and finished 18th in the Italian Formula Renault. After a long break Pier Guidi returned back to the 2005 motor sport and competed in GT racing series. He was third in the Spanish GT Championship and won the GT2 of the Italian GT Championship. In 2006 he returned with four starts in the F3000 International Masters back into formula racing and finished with a third place as best result 14th overall. He also took part in a race of the FIA GT Championship and was third in the Spanish GT Championship, fourth in the International GT Open and ninth in the GT2 of the Italian GT Championship.

After he had taken part in the Winter 2006/2007 for the Italian A1GP team to the first four races he entered in 2007 in the FIA ​​GT Championship and was a ninth pole position in the GT1 championship. He also took part in a race of the International GT Open. 2008 Pier Guidi went to only one race of the FIA GT Championship and finished the season on the 21th Place. However, his main focus in this season on the new Superleague Formula racing series. He started for assisted by Scuderia Play team team of Galatasaray. With three third places for best results his team finished the season in eighth place in the championship. 2009 Pier Guidi returned to the FIA GT Championship. Together with Matteo Bobbi, he won a race in Zolder. The GT1 standings he finished in eighth place.

Pier Guidi in 2010 occurred in the new FIA GT1 World Championship on eight races and finished the season in 38th place in the drivers' standings. His best result was a second place finish he achieved together with Nico Verdonck in Los Arcos. He also took part in two races of the GT4 European Cup and decided both for itself. In the drivers' standings, he was eighth. In the European Trofeo Maserati he was with two wins in three starts in ninth place overall.

Career stations

  • 2002: Italian Formula Renault ( 18th place)
  • 2005: Italian GT Championship GT2 (Master); Spanish GT Championship ( 3rd place)
  • 2006 F3000 International Masters ( 14th); Spanish GT Championship ( 3rd place); International GT Open ( 4th place); Italian GT Championship GT2 (9th ); FIA GT Championship
  • 2007: FIA GT Championship GT1 standings ( No. 9 ); A1 Grand Prix; International GT Open
  • 2008: Superleague Formula (8th place ); FIA GT Championship GT1 - rating ( place 21)
  • 2009: FIA GT Championship (8th place )
  • 2010: FIA GT1 World Championship ( 38th place ); GT4 European Cup (8th place ); European Trofeo Maserati ( 9th place)