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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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  • Cons_champ = 14 ([[1961]], [[1964]], [[1975]], [[1976]], [[1977]], [[1979]], [[1982]], [[1983]], [[1999]], [[2000]], [[ ..._champ = 14 ([[1952]], [[1953]], [[1956]], [[1958]], [[1961]], [[1964]], [[1975]], [[1977]], [[1979]], [[2000]], [[2001]], [[2002]], [[2003]], [[2004]], 20
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  • ...World Champions '''[[Grand Prix motorcycle racing]]''', from 1949 to 2005, in order of year and [[engine displacement]]. ...rld Champions''', from [[1949 in sports|1949]] to [[2007 in sports|2007]], in order of year and [[engine displacement]].
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  • ...and Ronzoni competing in the 1911 [[Targa Florio]] with two 24 HP models. In 1914, an advanced Grand Prix car was designed and built, the [[Alfa Romeo G ...en [[Giuseppe Campari]] won at [[Mugello]] and continued with second place in the [[Targa Florio]] driven by [[Enzo Ferrari]]. Giuseppe Merosi continued
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  • ...r [[Palermo, Sicily|Palermo]]. Founded in 1906, it used to be the oldest [[sports car racing]] event, part of the World Championship until 1973. While also a After 1973, it was a national sports car event until it was discontinued in 1977 due to safety concerns. It is since run as a [[rallying]] event, and i
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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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  • ...ian car giant [[Fiat]], after having been a part of [[Ferrari]] (a company in which [[Fiat]] has a majority stake) for some years. ..., based on one the [[Fontana del Nettuno, Bologna]]. Alfieri Maserati died in [[1932]] but three other brothers, Bindo, Ernesto and Ettore, kept the firm
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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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  • |Foundation || [[1959]] in [[Modena]] ...Argentinian]]-born [[Alejandro de Tomaso]] (1928–2003) in [[Modena]] in 1959.
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  • ...the model 1969, is a motorcycle equipped with a Triumph T120 was available in two versions: "Daytona" and "California''']] ...wing the philosophy of innovation, which is today the trademark of Italjet in Italy as well as worldwide.
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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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  • ...[[Italy|Italian]] car and truck manufacturing company, founded in [[1899]] in [[Milan]] as Societa Anonima Officine Meccaniche. SA Officine Meccaniche ha ...ri & C. Originally, OM manufactured railway stock. Car production started in [[1918]], using the plant of the former [[Brixia-Zust (Brixia-Züst)]], jus
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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 * 1975: [[Bristol 412]]
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  • ...ta "Pinin" Farina]] (Following the company, his surname became Pininfarina in 1961, as a result of combining his nickname and surname). ...r 3,000 people in subsidiary company offices throughout Europe, as well as in Morocco and China.
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  • It was built at a new factory at [[Pomigliano d'Arco]] in southern Italy, hence the car's name, ''Alfa Sud'' (Alfa South) and develop It was shown at the [[Turin]] Motor Show in 1971 and was immediately praised by journalists for its styling (by [[Giorg
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  • ...ngine was an enlarged version of the [[1900]] ´s four-cylinder displacing 1975 ccm. Each was available in racing trim with lightweight bodies or as luxurious grand touring cars with
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  • ...of [[Naples]]. After the war, he took up work in the [[Ferrari]] workshop in [[Maranello]]. ...re he had been introduced by his father. He became part of the racing team in [[1962]], with the position of Chief of the Technical Department for racing
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  • ...ustin Hoffman|Dustin Hoffman's]] Spider (1966 1600 Duetto) runs out of gas in ''[[The Graduate]].'']] ...North American market). Widely regarded as a design classic, it remained in production for almost three decades with only minor aesthetic and mechanica
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  • | Designer || [[Italdesign]] (1975) ...asud Sprint and Alfa Romeo Sprint were built in total. The Sprint was sold in Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
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