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Alguersuari’s trainer Raniero Gianotti dies of heart attack

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Ex Toro Rosso driver Jaime Alguersuari’s trainer Raniero Gianotti, died today of a heart attack, said the Spanish rider himself, he is stringing a tremendous run of bad news in recent weeks.

“Today I lost a brother. Raniero remain forever in my heart. Thanks to him I could get here. Do not ever forget,” wrote Alguersuari in his Twitter account.

“Sébastien Buemi also wanted to send a message through the same social network: “Thanks Raniero! Thanks for everything! Never forget you Rest in peace”.

“Rubens Barrichello: “It is very sad when I received the news that my good friend and has been Raniero physio this morning. A heart attack while on his bike. We worked together on Stewart GP and Ferrari. I’ll miss you. “

He has worked with pilots in various categories, and since it is in F1 drivers have been treated as Christian Fittipaldi, Taki Inoue, Jan Magnussen, Jos Verstappen, Johnny Herbert, Rubens Barrichello in his years of Stewart and Ferrari, Sébastien Buemi, Sebastian Vettel, Alex Zanardi, Luca Badoer, Felipe Massa and Alguersuari.


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