Raffaele Marciello1994-12-17 (age 25)
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GruppeM driver Raffaele Marciello put in a second flawless drive in as many days to secure the FIA GT World Cup for Mercedes at Macau.
Mercedes driver Raffaele Marciello held off Earl Bamber to win the qualification race for the 2019 FIA GT World Cup in Macau.
Mercedes driver Raffaele Marciello posted the fastest time in the first qualifying session for the 47th edition of the Nurburgring 24 Hours.
Raffaele Marciello says the GruppeM Mercedes squad had a Bathurst 12 Hour win 'stolen' by race officials, and that as a overseas team it was 'treated differently' compared to local crews.
ASP Mercedes duo Raffaele Marciello and Michael Meadows snatched the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup crown with victory in the second race of the title-deciding Nurburgring round.
Former Ferrari protege Raffaele Marciello will reunite with Trident in the Formula 2 round at the Red Bull Ring this weekend.
The first Sprint meeting of the season will have 34 cars on the starting grid, representing seven prestigious manufacturers.
Former European F3 champions Dani Juncadella and Raffaele Marciello will race in the Blancpain GT championship with Mercedes team AKKA ASP in 2017.
Assessing the hottest future prospects across so many different junior series can be tricky - which is why Motorsport.com's team of writers have chosen their 20 top performers of the year. Read on to see who makes the grade.
Former Ferrari junior Raffaele Marciello admits Formula 1 has become an unachievable goal due to budget requirements, as he looks set to call time on his junior single-seater career.
GP3 Series runner-up Alexander Albon set the pace on the second day of the post-season GP2 test at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.
GP2's 2016 runner-up Antonio Giovinazzi, fellow title contender Raffaele Marciello and the series' most experienced driver Johnny Cecotto will take part in the post-season test at Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit.
Antonio Giovinazzi took a masterful victory from the last row of the grid in the GP2 feature race at Monza after benefitting from a well-timed safety car.
Mitch Evans took his first GP2 win for Campos Racing in a chaotic mixed conditions Red Bull Ring showdown, having made up for starting 10th on the grid with a correct strategy.
Prema Racing's Antonio Giovinazzi took an against-the-odds maiden GP2 win in a crash-filled Baku race, where less than half the field made the chequered flag.
Honda protege Nobuharu Matsushita converted a reverse-grid pole position into his second GP2 win - and ART's first of 2016 - in Monaco.
Last year's GP2 champion Stoffel Vandoorne has left some big shoes to fill for this year's grid, but as Valentin Khorounzhiy writes, there are no shortage of candidates to follow in the Belgian's wheeltracks.