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Albert Costa, a Spanish racing driver, started his international karting career in 2004, in the Copa Campeones Trophy for ICA Junior class karts, finishing in seventh position.

He continued in the same class in 2005, with the exception of the Copa Campeones Trophy, where he competed in the ICA class. He finished seventh again in that race, adding a seventh in the Spanish ICA Junior Championship, a 27th in the Andrea Margutti Trophy, and 29th in the European Championship. However, Costa excelled himself later in the season, winning the Italian Open Masters.

He held off the challenges of Charles Pic and Marcus Ericsson to win the title by nine points. He continued in karting in 2006, but moved into the ICA class full-time. He competed in five different championships over the course of the season.

In 2011 he competed in the World Series by Renault with Epic Racing team, finishing 4th in the championship and closing the season with a great victory in the last race at Montmeló circuit.

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