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  • ...A.]]''', and is now controlled by the [[Fiat]] group. The company is based in [[Maranello]], near [[Modena]], [[Italy]]. ...artered in Modena. Ferrari prepared and successfully raced various drivers in [[Alfa Romeo]] cars until 1938, when he was officially hired by Alfa as hea
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  • ...r was the Tipo 125 F1), making it the oldest and most successful team left in the championship. The team's current drivers are [[Michael Schumacher]] and ...h moderate success, until the birth of his first son [[Dino Ferrari|Dino]] in [[1932]].
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  • ...rari]] in the Italian sports car business. The Italian company was founded in 1963 by businessman [[Ferruccio Lamborghini]] (April 28, 1916 February 20, ...process, he discovered that the design shared components with the clutches in the tractors manufactured by his own company. Encouraged by his discovery,
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  • ...Lancias are seen as presenting a more luxurious alternative to the models in the Fiat range upon which they are based. One of the firm's trademarks is t ...e the "[[Lancia Alfa-12HP|tipo 51]]" or 12 HP (later called Alfa) was made in 1907 and produced from 1908. This car had a small four cylinder engine with
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  • ...any is legendary for producing some of the best [[sports car|sports cars]] in the world. The original Bugatti failed with the advent of World War II, bu ...driver [[Jean-Pierre Wimille]] winning the [[24 hours of Le Mans]] twice (in 1937 with [[Robert Benoist]] and 1939 with [[Pierre Veyron]]).
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  • ...Agusta''' is a [[motorcycle]] manufacturer founded in 1945 near [[Milan]] in Cascina Costa, [[Italy]]. ...tation. They produced their first prototype, ironically called "Vespa 98", in 1945. After learning of that that the name had already been registered by [
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  • Following the great success of pre-World War II [[Italian]] sports and racing cars like [[Ferrari]] and [Maserati], other wealthy [[Italian]] ...initially manufacturing oilcloth followed by sporting goods, specializing in tennis rackets, bicycles, and clothing and, during the war, military unifor
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  • ...nd [[Aston Martin]]. In addition to the cars that were produced officially in small series, the company also built exclusive one-offs and prototypes for * 1947: [[Fiat Topolino|Fiat 500 B Panoramica]]
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  • ...four times from [[1927]] to [[1957]] (thirteen before the war, eleven from 1947). ...g) sports cars like [[Alfa Romeo]], [[Ferrari]] (which debuted as a marque in the 1940 event), [[Maserati]] and also [[Porsche]] famous.
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  • |Class || [[Sports car]] The '''Lamborghini Islero''' is a [[sports car]] produced by Italian automaker [[Lamborghini]] between 1968 and 1969.
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  • |Class:||[[FR layout|front-engined]] [[sports car]] ...ls Motor Show]] that year, the 212 was an evolution of the 166 — a [[sports car]] for the road that could also win international races.
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  • ...or Valley". As in most of [[Italy]], the Modenese are fond of their wines, in particular Lambrusco, and their cuisine. It was here that the famous "torte ...] and a [[SCAT]], long before he started the first dealership for [[Fiat]] in the region.
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  • Motor racing began on the Isle of Man in 1904 with the Gordon Bennett car trials. ...he TT race series the most significant motor-cycle road-racing competition in the world.
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  • ...limited to automobiles built after World War II. Many odd vehicles emerged in the early days of the automobile industry. There is [[#Pre-War|a section]] ...riginal vehicle manufacturer and offered for commercial sale to the public in new condition - cars modified by either professional tuners or individuals
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  • ...[[Triple Crown of Motorsport]]). The history, spectacle and glamour result in the race being considered "the jewel of the Formula One crown". ...tight corners, making it one of the most demanding tracks in Formula One. In spite of the relatively low average speeds, it is a dangerous place to race
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  • ...ix debut, driving a [[Bugatti]] 37A at the [[1930]] [[French Grand Prix]] in [[Pau]]. ...it in [[East London]], [[South Africa]] then won the [[French Grand Prix]] in his home country.
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  • '''Raymond Sommer''' (August 31, 1906, Mouzon, in the Ardennes ''[[d├ępartement]]'' of France - September 10, 1950) was a [[G ...n 12 laps in the lead. Sommer traveled to Long Island, New York to compete in the 1936 [[Vanderbilt Cup]] where he finished 4th to the winner, [[Tazio Nu
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  • |Production || 1947–1956 '''Maserati A6''' (1947 - 1956) were various cars made by [[Maserati]] of [[Italy]], for the [[Mase
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  • |Class:||[[Sports car]] ...sold in the [[1970s]]. A low-power version, the '''Scorpion''', was sold in the United States at the same time. [[Spyder|Spider]] versions of the Mont
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  • ...1965 to 1985, and then with live flag-to-flag coverage beginning in 1986. In May 2006, the race celebrated its 90<sup>th</sup> running and 61<sup>st</su ...nsidered Harroun to be a hazard during the race, as he was the only driver in the race driving without a riding mechanic, who checked the oil pressure an
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