Sérgio Sette Câmara

  • Hometown
  • Brazil
  • Birthdate
  • 23rd May 1998
  • Sport
  • Super Formula

Bio

Sérgio Sette Câmara, 23 years old is currently one of the greatest Brazilian exponents in international motorsports. One of only two active Brazilian Formula E drivers (and with no drivers in Formula 1) Sergio is arguably the future of Brazilian motorsports. 

Since 2012, Sérgio has been competing in various European championships winning the world championship in the Junior category of the X30 World division in karting, in Lyon – France. 

In 2014, he competed for two years in the European F-3 Championship where he finished on numerous podiums. 

From 2016 onwards, Sergio competed in the FIA Formula 2 Championship where he won numerous races and notably won team championships with Carlin (2018) and with DAMS (2019). 

In 2019, Sergio was the development driver for the McLaren Formula 1 team and, in 2020, he was a reserve driver for

the Red Bull and Alpha Tauri teams.

2021 

  • Dragon Penske Auto sport (Driver)
  • 16 Points | 3 Super Pole
  • 2020 | F1 / FE / Super Formula
  • Red Bull e Alpha Tauri F1 (Reserve Driver)
  • GEOX Dragon AAB FIA FE (Driver)
  • 6 Races
  •  B-Max Racing Super Formula (Driver)
  • Pole-Position / One Racing

2019 

  •  McLaren F1 Team – Test and Development Driver

2019 (FIA F2 Championship)

  •  DAMS Motorsport

24 Races | 12 Countries

4th. Place in the Championship

2018 (FIA F2 World Championship)

  • Carlin Team | 12 Rounds

10 countries | 6th. Place in the Championship

2017 (FIA F2 World Championship)

  • Hired By MP Motorsport
  •  FIA F2 World Championship

 

Other Clients

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Allan McNish

Motorsport
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André Lotterer

Formula E & WEC
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Dario Franchitti

Motorsport
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Jean-Éric Vergne

Formula 1 & Formula E
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Juan-Pablo Montoya

F1, NASCAR & IndyCar
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Katherine Legge

Formula E
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Lucas Di Grassi

Formula E & WEC
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Nerea Martí

W Series
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Nick Cassidy

Super Formula
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Oliver Turvey

Formula E
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Pedro de la Rosa

Formula 1
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Pietro Fittipaldi

Verizon IndyCar Series
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Rinus VeeKay

NTT IndyCar Series
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Sam Bird

Formula E & WEC
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Sergio Perez

Formula 1