He seems to have been associated with the Brescia Corse team in its early days:http://www.enciclope...e=BRESCIA_Corse
ETA: Scuderia Brescia Corse association confirmed in this earlier post:
In Milan last week I dropped into the Libreria dell'Automobile bookshop and killed an hour before my day-trip flight home. If I hadn't been travelling light - and feeling weary after a 4am kick-off - I could have filled a crate. As it was I returned home with just Roger Biot's Rouen history - already mentioned in TNF and properly praised, though 'only' a lightweight paperback still produced to decent quality - the Francesco Santuccione & Paolo Smoglica book 'Il Circuito di Pescara 1924-1939' - larger than the Rouen book, similarly paper-backed, not quite so well printed with poorer-quality photographs but even so quite extensive and really fascinatingly detailed...
Then finally - because I love clubby books - I fell for Paolo Mazetti's 'I Quarant'Anni della Scuderia Brescia Corse 1964-2003', published by the Gruppo Editoriale Delfo. I chose it because I remember very well Mario Casoni's exploits in the Brescia Corse-entered GT40, and this stylish, soft-'boxed' edition (priced at 48 Eurocraps) briefly paints in the background to this cooperative team, including every active member in their Fiat-Abarth 850s and Chevron B23s and Autobianchi A112s as well as the Ferrari GTO/64 of Nanni Nember and the Abarth of 'Pam' (Marsilio Pasotti), poor old 'Noris' (Giacomo Moioli)...and so many more.
The volume ends up rather unsatisfactoriuly with present-day classic car members - doing heroically well in colour in Historic events with Triumph Spitfire, Healey 3000 and TR3A but there's quite a lot of 'etceterini' fodder here too.
The two Italian books are all Italian, but easy to follow nonetheless. I like 'em...