Paolo Gislimberti

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Paolo Gislimberti (Paolo Giancarlo Faletti Gislimberti) was born on 19 May, 1967 in Trento, Italy, is a Firefighter, Youth Coach. Discover Paolo Gislimberti’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 33 years old?

Popular AsPaolo Giancarlo Faletti Gislimberti
OccupationFirefighter, Youth Coach
Age33 years old
Zodiac SignTaurus
Born19 May 1967
Birthday19 May
BirthplaceTrento, Italy
Date of deathSeptember 10, 2000,
Died PlaceMonza, Italy

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Who Is Paolo Gislimberti’s Wife?

His wife is Elena Campestrini (1998–2000)

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WifeElena Campestrini (1998–2000)
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Paolo Gislimberti Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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In the 2000 Italian Grand Prix, Gislimberti was working for CEA Squadra Corse at Monza. Before the start of the race, he moved further up from his post, taking his fire extinguisher with him. During the first lap of the race, Gislimberti had stopped for a brief moment after running back to check on his fire-fighting equipment, as a multiple-car accident at the Variante della Roggia corner sent a wheel from Heinz-Harald Frentzen’s Jordan flying, striking Gislimberti with full force, leading to massive head and chest injuries. His red helmet came loose and rolled towards the side of the track. Another firefighter standing next to Gislimberti attempted to save his life before medical help from Sid Watkins and Gary Hartstein arrived on the scene. He was taken to the First Aid Room at Monza Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Gislimberti’s death was the first Formula One related fatality since the death of Ayrton Senna in the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, and the first for a bystander since Team Osella mechanic Giovanni Amadeo was killed in the pitlane at Zolder in May 1981. An autopsy reported that Gislimberti also suffered from cardiac arrest when he was struck by the wheel of Frentzen’s car. He was survived by his pregnant wife of two years, Elena, who had a daughter named Lisa born in December 2000, and has received financial help from the Formula One community via a fund. His parents, two brothers and sister also outlived him. Bernie Ecclestone donated $40,000 and the teams donated $10,000 with the drivers holding an auction to sell their overalls used in the 2000 United States Grand Prix.


Gislimberti was born in Trento, Italy, and often spent his spare time working as Deputy Commander of the volunteer firefighter brigade in Lavis, where he lived. In 1990, he was a member of the CEA Squadra Corse, a well known firefighter company that fielded more than 200 men. Gislimberti also worked as a youth coach for the Trentino Volley team.


Paolo Giancarlo Faletti Gislimberti (19 May 1967 – 10 September 2000) was an Italian volunteer firefighter and youth coach. He was killed by a loose wheel from Heinz-Harald Frentzen’s Jordan Formula One car at the 2000 Italian Grand Prix.