The Fittipaldi F9 was a racecar that was used in the 1982 Season of Formula 1.
The car was designed by Richard Divila and Tim Wright. It was the last car built by the Brazilian team. It was fitted with the traditional Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 and an aluminum monocoque chassis. The car rose on Pirelli tires.
The car raced for the first time at the French Grand Prix in 1982 but it did not qualify. In the remaining four races in which it participated, it only managed to achieve a top place of seventh which was at the Austrian Grand Prix. The car was always driven by Chico Serra.
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