Antonio Giovinazzi sister, Valentina Giovinazzi, has a master’s degree in international management. Valentina is the only sibling of Antonio Giovinazzi.
Valentina, the youngest sister of the Italian motorsports racing driver, has always shown support for her brother’s career. She has been previously snapped attending her brother’s game alongside their parents several times.
The older brother also doesn’t back down when talking about appreciating his little sister. Giovinazzi has shared several posts congratulating his sister on graduation and her birthday.
On June 11, 2023, Antonio Giovinazzi led Ferrari to win the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time in 58 years. The Italian driver even welled up after his victory. After all, he had been written off by the critics.
The F1 Ferrari driver and good friend to Antonio, Charles Leclerc, also showed his desire to follow in his footsteps and compete in Le Mans. Max Verstappen is another name that has shown interest as well.
Antonio Giovinazzi Sister, Valentina Giovinazzi
Antonio Giovinazzi’s sister, Valentina Giovinazzi, is a graduate of Libera Università Mediterranea, earning a degree in Economics and Business Management in 2017.
The proud older brother, Antonio, shared a photo of him attending the graduation ceremony of his little sister, congratulating her.
Valentina later pursued a master’s degree in International Management at Jean Monnet Free Mediterranean University in 2020.
The supportive sister has been seen at her brother’s races since his formative years. In 2014, Valentina was present to watch her brother take a podium finish in Hockenheim when competing in FIA Formula 3 European Championship.
The Ferrari driver has been previously seen sharing birthday appreciation posts for his sister, including several throwback snaps, showing their tight bond.
Antonio Giovinazzi Parents, Vito, And Anna Giovinazzi
Antonio Giovinazzi’s parents, Vito and Anna Giovinazzi, raised two kids in Martina Franca, Italy.
Vito Giovinazzi previously worked as a representative for a transport company. In an interview with Corriere, Antonio said his father would always try his best to find the right sponsor, talking about him first before his work.
His father, Vito, also doesn’t let people forget the hard work his son had to put in to reach his current level. Speaking to Gazetta in 2021, Vito said many people come up to him to compliment his son’s humbleness.
The father of two said his son knows how to keep his head down and not let the outside world infiltrate his mind. A huge racing fan, Vito wanted his son to excel in racing from a young age.
Antonio received his first kart at two, which was a 38cc petrol kart. As said by his dad, in the beginning, Antonio would be scared by the engine’s noise but later started to warm up to it.
During the interview, Vito also recalled when the Mercedes Team Principal and CEO, Toto Wolff, called with an offer to sign Antonio before joining Ferrari. But a big fan of Ferarri since a little kid, Antonio decided against the move.
Antonio Giovinazzi Doesn’t Fail To Show Love To His Mom
Anna Giovinazzi remained a homemaker after her marriage to Vito. Antonio has previously shared several birthday appreciation posts for his mom.
In a post shared in 2021, Antonio shared a snap of him and his mom outside his home in Monte-Carlo, Monaco, captioning the post, “A simple smile has always been enough for you to make everything more beautiful. Happy Birthday, Mom.”
The Ferrari driver has always been grateful for his parents’ sacrifices, whether financially or through letting him leave home at a young age to pursue his dreams.