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  • ...until 1956. The track and the pits were widened in early 1957 and [[sports car racing]] was staged by the automobile club [[ADAC]]. From 1961 to 1964, non-Championship [[Formula One]] Grand Prix races were also held, in addition to previous [[Formula 2]] and [[Formula Junior]
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  • * the [[United States Grand Prix]] races held at the [[Watkins Glen International|Watkins Glen Grand Prix Race Cours ...the [[Detroit street circuit]] from [[1982]] through [[1988]]; the Detroit races were also called the '''Detroit Grand Prix'''.
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  • In 1952, Rumi was producing the "sports" and "super sport" motorcycle models (single and twin carburetor versions r In 1958, Rumi also produced a sports version called the "Tipo Sport" which had a 22mm carburetor, larger exhaust
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  • ...Raymond started to display daredevil tendencies of his own, entering motor races in a privateer [[Chrysler]] Imperial. The following year, he won the [[24 ...g to see drivers from non-fascist countries in the cars. Sommer turned to sports cars once more, winning the [[SPA 24 Hours]] endurance race with co-driver
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  • ...t a select number of races for Penske in [[1992]] and ended up starting 11 races, many of his starts were as a substitute driver for the injured [[Rick Mear ...ounded from his poor start and finished on the podium in 8 of the final 12 races with victories at Detroit, Nazareth, and Laguna Seca. His third-place show
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  • ...gined]], two-door, two-seat [[24 Hours of Le Mans|Le Mans]]-style [[sports car]], in the spirit of the [[Maserati 350S|350]] and [[Maserati 450S|450S]], t ...nk and a very light glass fiber/carbon fiber spyder body, accelerating the car to about 180mph. The development of a road version was stopped at a late st
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  • '''Touring car racing''' is a general term for a number of distinct [[auto racing]] compet ==Characteristics of a touring car==
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  • ...t over the line was [[Émile Levassor]] but he was disqualified because his car was not a required four-seater. ...]], the French automobile club ACF staged a number of major international races, usually from or to Paris, connecting with another major city in Europe or
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  • ...t over the line was [[Émile Levassor]] but he was disqualified because his car was not a required four-seater. ...]], the French automobile club ACF staged a number of major international races, usually from or to Paris, connecting with another major city in Europe or
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  • ...xperienced Formula One driver and the new Cooper F3 was a very competitive car in its class. Soon Stewart was besting McLaren's times, causing McLaren to ...long and slow transport to a hospital, he brought his own doctor to future races, while the BRM team supplied a medical truck for the benefit of all.
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  • | Races || 5 (4 starts) ...carella''' (born [[March 4]] [[1933]] in [[Palermo]]) is a former [[sports car racing]] and [[Formula One]] driver from [[Sicily]], [[Italy]].
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  • ...ere were plans to partially demolish this racetrack to make room for a new sports complex to be used for the 2007 [[Pan-American Games]]. It would make the t ===Formula One races===
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  • | Class || [[Sports car]] ...p speed of 190 km/h. The engine was connected to a four speed gearbox. The car had independent suspension all round and drum brakes on all four wheels.
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  • ...[Stirling Moss]] resulting in a massive over-heating incident. Later, the car was restored by [[Fantuzzi]] of [[Maserati]] (new chassis #4512); later by ...o [[Temple Buell]], who drilled it to 5.7-litre, later to [[Jim Hall (race car driver)|Jim Hall]]. The final works cars, #4507, was also destroyed at [[C
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  • ...ing of the new millennium. The principles of the brand are the passion for sports and racing cars, the experience and expertise of complex works of the found ...a [[Ducati]]. His love of speed had him participate in many [[hillclimb]] races running sport [[prototype]] vehicles and personally restored [[Abarth]]s.
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  • |Class:||[[FR layout|front-engined]] [[sports car]] ...evolution of the [[Ferrari 125|125 S]] [[race car]] that became a [[sports car]] for the street. It shared its [[Aurelio Lampredi]]-designed tube frame a
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  • ...ct''' is a high-performance version of a [[compact car]] or a [[subcompact car]]. They are typically are [[front engine]]d, [[front wheel drive]] cars dri ...phy of a sport compact sharply contrasts with those of 'true' sports cars. Sports cars are designed with a performance-oriented philosophy, often compromisin
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  • |Races || 51 ...ill began racing cars at an early age, going to [[England]] as a [[Jaguar (car)|Jaguar]] trainee in 1949 and signing with [[Enzo Ferrari]]’s team in 195
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  • |Team(s) || [[Scuderia Ferrari|Ferrari]], [[Cooper Car Company|Cooper]], [[Anglo American Racers]] |Races || 12 (10 starts)
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  • ...ash; died [[October 19]], [[1987]], was a [[Germany|German]] champion race car driver. ...he earned their grudging respect when he won five of the eight Grand Prix races he started, including victories at the [[Belgian Grand Prix]], the [[Grand
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