Two-times world champion Emerson Fittipaldi will serve as the drivers’ representative to the stewards at this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix.
Fittipaldi won the world championship for Lotus in 1972 and McLaren in 1974. He made his last F1 start at Watkins Glen 30 years ago.
After that he enjoyed a successful career in Indycars, winning the championship in 1989 and the Indianapolis 500 in 1989 and 1993. He retired from Indycar racing in 1996 after a serious crash in Michigan.
Read more: Emerson Fittipaldi biography
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