Andrea Piccini went on to race in International Formula 3000 in 1999 up until 2001, picking up only six points in the three seasons.
15 Facts About Andrea Piccini
Andrea Piccini picked up three podiums for the team along with Swiss co-driver Jean-Denis Deletraz.
Andrea Piccini was signed by Aston Martin Racing in 2006 who wanted to race their new GT1-spec DBR9.
Andrea Piccini raced two rounds of the American Le Mans Series, scoring in one of those events, being round five.
Andrea Piccini then went on to compete at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and finished second in the GT1 class with teammates Tomas Enge and Darren Turner.
Andrea Piccini reunited with his 2003 FIA GT teammate Jean-Denis Deletraz for the 2006 season.
Andrea Piccini finished third in the championship, taking a win at the final round of the season.
Andrea Piccini's teammate was reigning FIA GT co-champion Andrea Bertolini.
In 2008, Andrea Piccini raced six of the ten rounds of the FIA GT Championship, four races in the GT1 class for RBlmmo Racing and two in the GT2 class for CR Scuderia Racing.
Andrea Piccini did not earn a point for RBlmmo Racing but finished in good points scoring places for CR Scuderia, finishing fourth at the Spa 24 Hours and second place in round eight at Nogaro.
Andrea Piccini was called upon again by Aston Martin Racing to compete at the years 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Andrea Piccini was joined by fellow Italian compatriots and former FIA GT champions Matteo Bobbi and Thomas Biagi for the season.
Andrea Piccini was reunited with Phoenix Racing who he raced with in FIA GT in 2006, but raced a Chevrolet Corvette C6.
Andrea Piccini contested three of the ten rounds, earning an impressive podium finish at the opening round in Abu Dhabi alongside Mike Hezemans.
Andrea Piccini is back behind the wheel of an Aston DBR9 for Hexis AMR for the 2011 FIA GT1 World Championship season.