Gianpiero Lambiase

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Gianpiero Lambiase
EmployerRed Bull Racing
Known forFormula One engineer
TitleRace engineer

Gianpiero Lambiase is a British Formula One engineer. He is currently the race engineer for Max Verstappen at the Red Bull Racing Formula One team.[1]


Lambiase started his Formula 1 career in 2005 with Jordan and worked with the Silverstone outfit through its numerous guises for 10 years.[2] In 2008 he worked as a performance engineer for Giancarlo Fisichella guiding the Italian to Force India's first pole position and podium in Belgium 2009.[3][2]

In 2010 he then became a race engineer for Vitantonio Liuzzi and when the Italian left at the end of that season, he took the same position for Paul di Resta.[2] He worked with the Scot for three years before he was replaced by Sergio Perez in 2014. After working with the Mexican for one season, Lambiase moved to Red Bull Racing to seek a new challenge.[4]

At Red Bull he joined Daniil Kvyat as a racing engineer in 2015 and maintained his position when Kvyat was replaced by Verstappen. In his current role as race engineer he is responsible for all trackside communications to the driver and the set up of the Formula One car. Lambiase is known for being extremely direct and precise in his communications on the radio which Verstappen has frequently praised.[5][6]


  1. ^ "Talking Bull: Team Radio". Red Bull Racing.
  2. ^ Jump up to: a b c "Gianpiero Lambiase: The man whose voice Verstappen huides to success". GP Blog.
  3. ^ "Class of 2013 – Who are the Williams, Force India & Sauber Race Engineers?".
  4. ^ "New 2015 race engineer for Sebastian Vettel after promotion for Guillaume Rocquelin". Sky Sports.
  5. ^ "Max lifts lid on dynamic with his race engineer". Planet F1.
  6. ^ "Red Bull wants to get back to dominating F1 - Verstappen".
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