Tobia Masini

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Tobia Masini (born 8 December 1976 in Poggibonsi) is an Italian auto racing driver.


He spent some time racing in the United Kingdom, finishing as runner-up in the 1999 Renault Spider Championship behind Andy Priaulx. He went on to compete in the European Touring Car Championship with a Super Production Alfa Romeo 156. In 2005 he was champion of the Italian Superstars Series driving an Audi RS6.

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Preceded by Superstars Series Champion
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