Thiago Vivacqua

Thiago Vivacqua started in motorsport when he was 8 years old and in three seasons he conquered no less than five Brazilian Kart Championships. It was the right time to try and fly higher and in 2008 Thiago moved to Italy to compete in the European and World Cup Karting, acquiring both international racing experience and technical evolution that brought along good results.

Still, on European soil, the Brazilian/Portuguese youngster had the privilege of winning the all-important event ''Ciao Thomas Knopperā€ on the very same Kerpen circuit where a young Michael Schumacher developed his driving skills.


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Discipline: GT Cup Open

Born: 1996

Interests
Motorsport, surfing, and football

Some Facts:
Brazilian karting champion 2008, Brazilian cup champion 2008, winner Ciao Thomas Knopper 2011, Vice-Champion WSK Final cup 2012, third place F-Renault Alps 2015, Fourth place Brazilian F3 2016


What music do you like to listen to when you drive?
Donavon Frankenreiter, Jack Johnson, Soja, Red Hot Chili Peppers, alt-J.

Do you have any mileage that you fancy the most to drive, why this one?
I love to do long travels near to the sea around 200 - 900 km.

What is your best tip to drive smart?
Always stay calm and chill out, never stress when you drive.

Why should anyone join your team?
If you like long and safe travels in a ā€œBrazilian wayā€ you will be always welcome here.


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