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Marcelo Monte (July 26, 1958 in Campinas, São Paulo) is a racing driver for speed from Brazil.
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Unlike other Brazilian pilots, did not pass by Kart and just started racing in 1977 at the age of 19 years at Interlagos.
Through his friend and colleague at the Engineering Faculty of Raul Boesel in 1982 came the opportunity to run in the United States, where he started on the team of Mike Peterman the Peterman Race.
Alternated by 10 years running in the United States and Europe and even ja Web of 30 years emerged the opportunity always expected by him, the DTM, but he couldn't lift the part of the patronage that it was up to the pilots to take teams, fact this always mourned for him.
Ran also for 3 times in the 24 of Le Mans, with Porsche 930, being his best placing a seventh place in the cat. 2 tourism, along with the English David Ovey and Paul Smith.
ENDED HIS CAREER IN 1993, AFTER SUFFERING SEVERE ACCIDENT IN DE BUCK PRENOIS IN FRANCE, AFTER THE FACT TRIED TO COME BACK BUT RETURNED SLOWLY AND ALWAYS RESORTING TO STRONG DOSES OF FOR TO WITHSTAND THE PAIN.