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F1: When will an Italian driver next win a GP?
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The 2012 F1 season is marked by a total absence of drivers from Italy.
The last Grand Prix to be won by an Italian was the 2006 Malaysian Grand Prix - the driver in question being Giancarlo Fisichella (pictured).
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