Ten years earlier he had recorded his first Formula 3000 pole position at Brands Hatch.
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F3000 stands for Formula 3000 (motor racing)
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It's not just Formula One, in the '80s as well, he was the guy who designed the first Jordan car, he won Grand Prix's but he also won Formula 3000 races, and Formula 3000 championships, and he designed those cars.
In 1989 Zytek engines powered Jean Alesi to victory in that year's Formula 3000 championship and were subsequently developed to become amongst the most reliable units ever to race, providing a perfect reliability record in both Formula 3000 and A1 GP.
But the 33-year-old will be replaced by a driver nine years his junior and who won Formula 3000 in 2001.
Robbie, 25, was recently invited to test a Formula 3000 car as part of a four-driver evaluation programme for the upcoming A1 Grand Prix series.
GP2 has been introduced to replace Formula 3000 as the final rung of the ladder towards Formula One and boasts an impressive entry list.
I won there once in Formula 3000, and added to that, I always enjoy going to Italy
Liuzzi won the 2004 International Formula 3000 title with Red Bull backing but has failed to land a Formula One seat.