Nelson Panciatici

Nelson Panciatici ( born September 26, 1988 in Reims ) is a French racing driver. He joined in 2010 and 2011 in the Formula Renault 3.5.


Panciaticis motorsport career began in 1998 in karting, which he held until 2004. Then in 2005 he moved to the French Formula Renault, finishing in 13th place in the overall standings. The following season, the young Frenchman remained in this series and improved to fifth overall. Overall Panciatici won a race in this series. In addition Panciatici was launched in 2006 2.0 Euro Cup in some races of the Formula Renault. 2007 Panciatici was supported by the Renault Driver Development program and drove 2.0 Eurocup a full season in Formula Renault. At the end of the season, he finished tenth in the standings. 2008 Panciatici joined the Spanish Formula 3 and immediately won the runner-up title behind the Spaniard Germán Sánchez. In addition Panciatici started on Formula 3 Euro Series race weekend at Le Mans.

Beginning of 2009 graduated Panciatici GP2 testing for Durango and was confirmed shortly afterwards by Durango as a driver for the upcoming season. He could get no points in the first eight race weekends. On the ninth and tenth race weekend, his team did not participate. He also started in the 2009 Superleague Formula for assisted by Barazi -Epsilon team of Olympique Lyon. But he was never better than classified in ninth place. 2010 moved Panciatici in the Formula Renault 3.5, in which he drove to the side of Daniil Mowe for serviced by Mofaz Racing team Junior Lotus Racing. With regular points finishes, he finished at the end of the season in twelfth place overall. 2011 Panciatici denied his second season in Formula Renault 3.5 and went for KMP Racing at the start. With a third place as best result he finished the season in ninth place in the driver standings. With 55 to 22 points, he sat down by his teammates against Anton Nebylizki.


Career stations

  • 2007: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup ( place 10 )
  • 2008: Spanish Formula 3 (2nd place)
  • 2009: GP2 Series (No. 24)
  • 2010: Formula Renault 3.5 ( 12th place)
  • 2011: Formula Renault 3.5 (9th )

Le Mans results