Emerson Fittipaldi1946-12-12 (age 74)
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Emerson Fittipaldi’s decision to go racing with his brother led to him falling out of F1, but he bloomed again on the IndyCar scene. NIGEL ROEBUCK considers a career of two halves
Emerson Fittipaldi has driven many successful cars – in Formula 1 and Indycars – but his all-time favourite remains the machine in which he took his first F1 World Championship in 1972, which celebrates its 50th birthday this year
Fifty years on from the day Jochen Rindt was killed in practice for the Italian Grand Prix, two-time world champion Emerson Fittipaldi recalls a wonderful friendship with F1’s only posthumous title winner.
As Motorsport.com launches the latest episode in its Race of My Life podcast series, we revisit the race double Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi picked as his best – the 1972 Italian Grand Prix in which he clinched his first title for Team Lotus.
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi, his grandson Pietro and ex-Ferrari star Felipe Massa all starred as Sao Paulo’s streets echoed to the sound of Ayrton Senna’s F1 cars last weekend.
In our last deep dive into Giorgio Piola’s treasure trove, we cast our eye over Ferrari’s 312. But it was 1974 rivals McLaren and Emerson Fittipaldi that prevailed, running out the eventual winners in a less complex but far more compliant car.
Several racing drivers have come close to winning the unofficial Triple Crown of Motorsport, but Graham Hill remains the only one to achieve the feat.
In his new book ‘In the Zone’, Clyde Brolin delves into the mental superpowers that set apart the greatest athletes in motor racing and beyond.
Two-time Formula 1 World Champion and Indianapolis 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi has revealed his track day supercar at the Geneva Motor Show, the EF7 Vision Gran Turismo.
Indy car legend Paul Tracy says IndyCar and NASCAR are suffering as a result of fewer ‘villains’ and the types of fierce rivalries that marked his career.
An online video film charts some of the pivotal moments in the McLaren's history
In an exclusive interview, motorsport legend Emerson Fittipaldi tells Motorsport.com about his financial situation, and the recent TV show in Brazil that he feels has tarnished his reputation.
Motorsport.com and Emerson Fittipaldi Announce 2016 MAXSpeed Entertainment Karting Series Contingency and Driver of the Year Programs
Grand Prix racing legends Sir Jackie Stewart and Alain Prost were originally planned to have been at the front of the ceremony to carry Ayrton Senna’s coffin during his funeral service, claims a new TV series in Brazil.
Two-time Formula 1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi thinks that the poor driving standards seen in European Formula 3 this season originate from habits picked up by drivers in go-karting.
The Formula 1 legend will play a major role in this year's event.
Formula E once again put on a spectacular show.
Former F1 driver Patrick Tambay has hit out at the FIA for so squarely blaming Jules Bianchi for his life-threatening Suzuka crash.
The Accident Panel has given more details regarding what happened in those few seconds of chaos as Bianchi lost control and the Marussia struck a tractor.
F1 is changing once more and Emerson Fittipaldi likes the direction it may be heading.
He was "a bit of a skeptic,' but now convinced it has a future.
Championship leader Pietro Fittipaldi has been unstoppable this season, winning nine of the eleven races contested thus far.
Action Express looks to keep the momentum going.
Nigel Mansell and two-times British Grand Prix winner Emerson Fittipaldi are the latest Formula 1® greats confirmed to take part in Silverstone’s 50th Grand Prix parades.
Anne Proffit reviews the book put together by Andy Hallbery and Dario Franchitti called "Romance of Racing."
Motorsport.com Chairman Emerson Fittipaldi remembers Ayrton Senna.
Emmo will be on hand in the hospitality area, celebrating the 40th anniversary of his second World Championship.
Colin Noble Junior, has signed up with MGR Motorsport to compete in the forthcoming 2014 Protyre Formula Renault Championship.
MGR Motorsport has officially confirmed a capacity four car line-up for the 2014 season headed by Pietro Fittipaldi.