Tiago Geronimi

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Tiago Geronimi
Nationality Flag of Brazil.svg Brazilian
Born (1988-11-27) November 27, 1988 (age 29)
Lorena (Brazil)
Formula Three Euroseries career
Current team Signature-Plus
Car no. 25
Geronimi on the Formula Three Euroseries at the Hockenheimring (2009) Formel3 Dallara F308 Geronimi 2009 amk.jpg
Geronimi on the Formula Three Euroseries at the Hockenheimring (2009)

Tiago Geronimi (born November 27, 1988 in Lorena) is a Brazilian racing driver. He has competed in such series as Formula BMW ADAC/Europe and Formula Three Euroseries.

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