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Minardi was an Italian automobile racing team and constructor founded in Faenza in 1979 by Giancarlo Minardi.wikipedia
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1994 Pacific Grand Prix

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Alboreto and Wendlinger to whom were just behind the top 6 had collided and both went off into the gravel trap forcing both drivers to retire whilst the Minardi was trying to get past the Sauber at the time.

Ukyo Katayama

After leaving Tyrrell, his Mild Seven (another brand of Japan Tobacco) backing landed him a seat at Minardi, but they too were at a low ebb, and two 10th places were his best result.

Stéphane Sarrazin

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He participated in one Formula One Grand Prix, the 1999 Brazilian Grand Prix, for Minardi as a replacement for Luca Badoer, who had injured his wrist.

Minardi M01

The Minardi M01 was the car with which the Minardi Formula One team used to compete in the 1999 Formula One season.

2005 German Grand Prix

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After losing financial backing from his sponsors before the 2005 German Grand Prix, Patrick Friesacher was replaced by Dutch Jordan test driver Robert Doornbos, creating the first all-Dutch driver line-up in Formula one since Carel Godin de Beaufort and Ben Pon drove together for the Ecurie Maarsbergen team at the 1962 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort.

Gabriele Rumi

In 1996, Rumi returned to the position of a team owner when he was a member of a consortium which brought Minardi and became the team's majority shareholder in 1997.

Hart Racing Engines

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For, these engines were taken over by the Minardi team, while Brian Hart himself designed a new V10 engine, the 1030, although the funds to build it were not available.

Gustav Brunner

With March Engineering folding, he moved to Minardi for 1993, designing their successful M193 chassis, before another switch, to Ferrari's Research & Development department, eventually returning to Minardi as chief designer in 1997 to help new technical director, Gabriele Tredozi, and became the technical director in 1999.

1995 European Grand Prix

Katayama had sustained a strained neck and bruising in the crash, in which his car had rolled several times following a startline collision with Luca Badoer's Minardi.

Red Bull Junior Team

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The drinks manufacturer Red Bull GmbH, which already owned another Formula One team, Red Bull Racing, decided to set up a second team to promote American drivers that had risen through its young driver programme, Red Bull Driver Search.

Minardi M02

The Minardi M02 was the car with which the Minardi Formula One team competed in the 2000 Formula One season.