Fiat 130 HP Corsa
|Corsa Fiat 130 HP|
|Class||Grand Prix Racing|
|Engines||Gasoline 4-cylinder bibloc 16286 cm3|
|Transmission||Channels in the back|
Created in 1907 by counsel and chief technology officer of Fiat, Carlo Cavalli, so that the car involved in Grand Prix of the Automobile Club de France, which limited consumption of cars in competition at 30 liters per 100 km. That is why this car a huge engine and a power ever achieved at that time will be particularly studied for a fantastic performance to satisfy this tax. The brake levers, control gear and the steering column are built with tubes drilled to lighten up the car.
The race was held in Dieppe and not less than 3 HP Fiat 130 took the start-driven
- Gianni Nazzaro, famous pilot who won the race,
- Vincenzo Lancia, the time Fiat driver before creating his own brand of cars,
- Wagner, another Fiat driver.
The Fiat 130 HP engine was fitted which was created in 1906 for the Fiat 110 HP but was deeply worked to increase performance, especially with an engine from 1200 to 1600 revolutions per minute! she reached the record speed of 160 km/h.
It is sometimes inaccurately called "F.2", as in the photo, it was simply the number of car Gianni Nazzaro at the Grand Prix de France 1907.
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|130 HP Corsa|