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SUPERSTARS NEWS 

Alessandro Nannini to make Superstars debut in Bologna

Nannini to make Superstars debutEx-Formula 1 driver Alessandro Nannini will make his Superstars series debut when the championship visits the 2012 Motor Show of Bologna next month.

He will drive a BMW M3 run by Scuderia Giudici in what is his first outing in five years, when he competed in the International GT Open.

The Italian enjoyed a five-year stint in F1, winning the 1989 Japanese Grand Prix, before losing his arm in a helicopter crash in 1990.

It was successfully reattached, and he went on to race touring cars successfully for Alfa Romeo, and spent 1997 in the FIA GT1 championship with AMG-Mercedes, taking one win.

He will be partnered in the event by team boss Gianni Giudici.

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