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  1. Andrea De Cesaris (Roma, 31 de mayo de 1959- Roma, 5 de octubre de 2014) [1] fue un piloto italiano de automovilismo. Participó en 214 Grandes Premios entre 1980 y 1994, alcanzando una pole position, cinco podios, una vuelta rápida y un total de 59 puntos del campeonato.

  2. Andrea de Cesaris (Italian pronunciation: [anˈdrɛ.a de ˈt͡ʃɛ.za.ris]; 31 May 1959 – 5 October 2014) was an Italian racing driver. He started 208 Formula One Grands Prix but never won, meaning he held the record for the most races started without a race victory from 1991 until Nico Hülkenberg surpassed his total at the 2024 ...

  3. 5 de oct. de 2014 · Former Formula 1 driver Andrea De Cesaris has died at the age of 55. The Italian was killed in a motorbike accident in Rome, the official F1 website confirmed. He started 208 races in his...

  4. 6 de oct. de 2014 · Andrea de Cesaris had a reputation for crashes that unfairly clouded judgements of his ability as a Formula 1 driver. The Italian, who was killed in a motorcycle accident on Sunday, has to be...

  5. 21 de oct. de 2012 · Andrea de Cesaris, piloto italiano nacido el 31 de mayo de 1959, innegablemente es todo un personaje dentro de la Fórmula Uno.

  6. 6 de oct. de 2014 · It was with a heavy heart that Motor Sport heard of the death of de Cesaris in a motorbike accident in Rome on Sunday October 5. The Italian started 208 Grands Prix between 1980 and 1994 and, despite not scoring a GP victory, he finished on the podium five times and raced for 10 teams.

  7. Ex-Formula One driver Andrea de Cesaris has been killed in a motorbike accident in his native Rome, aged 55. De Cesaris made over 200 Grand Prix starts between 1980 and 1994 in an F1 career which included spells with teams including McLaren, Ligier, Minardi, Jordan, Tyrrell and Sauber.