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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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  • ...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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  • ...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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  • ...cia]], [[Lamborghini]], [[Mercedes Benz]] and [[Volvo Cars]] among others. In addition the Bertone studio were responsible for two of the later designs o ...ompany is based in [[Turin]]. It was founded as '''Carrozzeria Bertone''' in [[1912]] by [[Giovanni Bertone]], with designer [[Nuccio Bertone]] taking o
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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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  • ...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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  • |Class || [[Sports car|Sports]]/[[Rally car]] ...allying|rally]] car during the 1970s and early 1980s. It started a new era in rallying as it was the first car designed from scratch for this kind of com
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  • |Class:||[[Sports car]] ...t pioneer but did popularise the wedge-shaped, sharply angled look popular in many high performance cars since.
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  • ...to racing|motor racing]] circuit at [[Narellan, New South Wales|Narellan]] in southwestern [[Sydney]], [[Australia]]. Most of the circuit is visible from ...[[Frank Matich]]'s outright time set in a 2.6 litre [[Lotus Cars|Lotus]] [[Sports Car]].
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  • |Class:||[[Sports car]] ...t pioneer but did popularise the wedge-shaped, sharply angled look popular in many high performance cars since.
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  • In the early 1960s, Maserati's reputation was at a high. With growing sales, P It was equipped with a 4.1 L (4136 cc/252 in³) [[V8 engine]], producing 256 hp ([[horsepower#hp (SAE)|SAE]]) (191&
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  • | Production || 1971-1978 (Bora 4.7)<br>289 produced ...oupe]] powered by a [[V8 engine]] mounted amidships. Produced from 1971 to 1978, it had a top speed of 174 - 177 mph.
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  • ...ine|V]]" configuration. It is the second most common engine configuration in modern cars after the [[straight-4]]; it shares with that engine a compactn ...ia Aurelia]], other manufacturers took note and soon other V6 engines were in use. The design really took off after the 1962 introduction of the [[Buick
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  • |Video || John Surtees driving a [[Ferrari]] in the 1964 Grand Prix ...ohn Surtees''', [[Order of the British Empire|OBE]] (born 11 February 1934 in [[Tatsfield]], [[Surrey]]) is a former [[Grand Prix motorcycle racing|Grand
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  • | Video || '''Lauder in an Brabham-[[Alfa Romeo]] BT46 at [[Zolder]]''' '''Andreas Nikolaus "Niki" Lauda''' (born February 22, 1949 in [[Vienna]]) is an [[Austria]]n [[aviator]], [[entrepreneur]], former [[Form
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  • ...information). Numbers without parentheses are Championship points; numbers in parentheses are total points scored. ...e [[Champ Car|CART]] title in his debut season, making him the only person in history to hold both titles simultaneously. During the early nineties, Mans
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  • ...f 51 victories at the [[2001 Belgian Grand Prix]] . Prost now races on ice in the [[Andros Trophy]]. ...s Formula One debut and took his first race victory at his home Grand Prix in France a year later, while he was driving for the [[Renault F1|Renault Fact
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  • ...3 and built in its homeland until 1995, with production still taking place in other countries. ...well packaged cars could be too. It was voted [[European Car of the Year]] in 1984.
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