Fabrizio Gollin began his career in the Italian Formula 3 Championship. In 1994, he went there on a Dallara 393 of Ravarotto Racing its first season. In 1996 he moved into Formula 3000; he drove in the international championship, with detours into the Formula 3000 Italy, where he played two races in 1999. Gollin drove six years racing in this race series, winning the race he could not achieve, and the number of points scored remained modest.
After the end of his single-seater career, he joined the FIA GT Championship. After a year in Cars Portholland he won in 2004 as a factory driver of the BMS Scuderia Italia - it was his second year for the Italian racing team - the overall rating of this series on a Ferrari 550 Maranello. In 2005 he made his debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where he could enter with the seventh overall of his best ever placing in the standings in 2007. In addition to the FIA GT Championship Gollin also runs regularly in the Le Mans Series and the American Le Mans Series in 2009 and 2010 and had guest appearances in the Grand-Am Sports Car Series.