Born on 20th May 1996 at Cariati, Cosenza Italy, Antonio Fuoco started his karting career at the age of just four, and by 2007 he took his first international win in the 60 Mini category.
In 2009, Antonio moved up to KF3, where he finished third in the Italian championship and the following year, he came second overall in the series. At the end of 2011, he won the first Supercorso, organised by the CSAI with the FDA, who involved a few practice sessions in a Formula Abarth car.
Excellent results in 2012 on his KF2 debut, finishing third in the WSK Euroseries, the progress shown at the wheel of the Formula Abarth, meant the young Italian was officially taken on at the Ferrari Driver Academy. He was the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps champion in 2013 and fifth in the FIA Formula 3 championship the following year.
In 2015, Antonio was appointed as development driver for Scuderia Ferrari, as well as making his GP3 debut with the British Carlin team. In 2016, he was third in the same series, for the Trident team. In 2017, Antonio raced for the Prema team in the FIA F2 Championship, finish third best rookie.