Born on 20 May 1996 at Cariati, Italy, Antonio began his career in karts, when he was only four years old and in 2007 he took his first international win in the 60mini class. In 2009, the promising driver moved up to KF3 where he finished third in the Italian championship, improving the following year when he finished second overall in the series.
At the end of 2011, Antonio won the Supercorso prize organised by the CSAI in collaboration with the FDA, which included some tests in a Formula Abarth car.
Antonio secured excellent results in 2012, when he made his debut in KF2, finishing third in the WSK Euroseries and the progress he demonstrated in the tests at the wheel of a Formula Abarth were enough for the Italian youngster to officially become part of the Ferrari Driver Academy. Fuoco won the 2013 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps title and last year he finished fifth in the FIA Formula 3 Championship. In 2015, he joins the British Carlin team to make his debut in the GP3 Series.
|1||Esteban Ocon||Prema Powerteam||478|
|2||Tom Blomqvist||Jagonya Ayam with Carlin||420|
|3||Max Verstappen||Van Amersfoort Racing||411|
|4||Lucas Auer||Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport||365|
|5||Antonio Fuoco||Prema Powerteam||255|
|6||Antonio Giovinazzi||Jagonya Ayam with Carlin||238|
|8||Felix Rosenqvist||Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport||198|
|10||Nicholas Latifi||Prema Powerteam||128|
|11||Gustavo Menezes||Van Amersfoort Racing||91|
|12||Félix Serrallés||Team West-Tecf3||82|
|14||Dennis Van De Laar||Prema Powerteam||38|
|15||Tatiana Calderòn||Jo Zeller Racing||29|
|17||Roy Nissany||Kfzteile24 Mücke Motorsport||26|
|18||Sean Gelael||Jagonya Ayam with Carlin||25|
|19||Santino Ferrucci||Fortec Motorsports||24|
|20||Jules Szymkoviak||Van Amersfoort Racing||17|
|23||Richard Goddard||Threebond with T-sport||3|
|26||Alexander Toril||Threebond with T-sport||1|