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  • In 1951 [[Franco Bertoni]] divided up between the races in motion aboard a [[MV Agusta]] and the management of the concessionaire [ Thus the [[Bertoni Sports 160]] that was proposed at the same price of the Gilera 125, gaining some s
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  • The '''Bandini-Maserati 1500''' is a racing car, produced in [[1953]] by the company [[Bandini|Bandini Cars]]. ...ata, Offenhauser, [[Saab]], [[MG]] and [[Alfa Romeo] ] But in this type of car have some relief created ad hoc.
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  • ...ear hosts everything from car shows to vintage races to world class sports car racing events. Located in the quiet Northwest corner of [[Connecticut]], it Many local and national car clubs, such as the [[BMW Car Club of America]] and [http://www.pca.org Porsche Club of America], hold w
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  • Road races were held on public streets ([[road racing]]) around Mugello since the 1920 | [[Sports car racing|Sports car]]
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  • | Races || 63 (''all models'')<br>19 (''312B'')<br>12 (''312B2/B2-72'')<br>27 The '''Ferrari 312B''' was a series of [[Formula One]] racing car models, designed and built by [[Scuderia Ferrari]]. It was the successor to
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  • The names that have been characterizing the [[Italian]] [[sports cars]] in the past are often quite familiar ones. The world made of amateur ...gine till 2004, when we pass to a Chevrolet 8 cylinders. We ran with a 2WD car, and in 2005 we had the final evolution: Chevrolet 8 cylinders (modified),
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  • ...[[four-cylinder]] model which could develop 36 [[bhp]] at 3600 [[rpm]]. A sports version with 1981cc engine was offered, as was a [[six-cylinder]] version o ...ture of aircraft. The conversion occurred in 1918 and the first production car left the plant the following year.
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  • ...various forms of motorsport, from [[Grand Prix motor racing]] to [[touring car racing]]. The '' 'Alfa Races Department Romeo''', is a section of the homonymous business, that it is oc
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  • |Class || [[FR layout|front-engined]] [[sports car]] ...vio Costruzioni 815]], the [[Ferrari 125 F1|125 F1]], a [[Formula 1]] race car sharing the same engine''
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  • |Former names || Elkhart Lake Road Races *[[Champ Car]] World Series - Road America Grand Prix - September 21-24, 2006
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  • '''SpaItalia''' is an annual event dedicated to automotive '[[car]] [[Made in Italy]] held from [[2002]] [[Francorchamps]] a small town near ...ided by category where there may participate whoever is in possession of a car in Italy.
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  • Accossato is a synonym for a very successful sports motorcycles built in Italy and as a small series. The quality and ingenuity ...cc for the dirt bike sport. Until 1981 different drivers disputed national races. In 1982, for the first time he ventured with a small team on the internati
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  • | Events || [[Can-Am]]<br>[[Champ Car World Series]]<br>[[Formula One]]<br>[[American Le Mans Series]]<br>[[Atlan ...dian Grand Prix]] events staged here. Of the forty cars entered those two races, only 16 reached the checkered flag.
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  • ...ling Moss]] resulting in a massive over-heating incident. &nbsp;Later, the car was restored by [[Medardo Fantuzzi]] of [[Maserati]] (new chassis #4512); l ...[Stirling Moss]] and [[Juan Manuel Fangio]]) the wheel dropped off; so the car was later sold to [[Temple Buell]], who drilled it to 5.7-litre, later to [
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  • | Team(s) || non-works [[Cooper Car Company|Cooper]] | Races || 1
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  • |Car Team || 1 - [[Dale Earnhardt, Inc.]] ...ina]] before he purchased his own home. His cousin, [[Curtis Truex, Jr.]], races modifieds at [[Wall Township Speedway]]
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  • {{Racing car | Races = 3|
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  • ...e are their 1966 to 1980 [[Formula One]] cars, and also their 1969 to 1973 sports prototypes of the [[Ferrari P]] series, using modified engines. Ferrari's first 1966 car consisted of a 3.3-liter V12 that was taken from the [[Ferrari P|Ferrari 25
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  • The Coppa Acerbo races were held over a 15 - 16 mile (24 – 26&nbsp;km) circuit, beginning and en ==Pre-war races==
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  • ..., Abarth & C. S.r.l was quite successful in [[hillclimbing]] and [[sports car racing]], mainly in classes from 850cc up to 2000cc, competing with [[Porsc ...Carlo Abarth that he could drive a factory car for free if he won all the races he entered—which Abt nearly did, winning 29 of 30, the 30th being a secon
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