Fittipaldi Automotive, sometimes called Copersucar after its first major sponsor, was the only Formula One motor racing team and constructor ever to be based in Brazil. It was formed during 1974 by racing driver Wilson Fittipaldi and his younger brother, double world champion Emerson, with money from the Brazilian sugar and alcohol cooperative Copersucar. The team raced under a Brazilian licence.

In 1976, Emerson surprised the motor racing world by leaving the title-winning McLaren team to drive for the unsuccessful family outfit. Future world champion Keke Rosberg took his first podium finish in Formula One with the team.

Activity: 1975 - 1982
Grand Prix: 120
Best Result: 2nd - E. Fittipaldi (Brazil 1978)
Best Grid Position: 5th - E. Fittipaldi (Brazil 1976)
Fastest Laps: 0
Championship Points: 44