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  • ...sored drivers and manufactured racecars; the company went into independent car production in 1946, eventually became '''Ferrari [[Joint stock company|S.p. ...s headquartered in Modena. Ferrari prepared and successfully raced various drivers in [[Alfa Romeo]] cars until 1938, when he was officially hired by Alfa as
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  • ...11 [[Targa Florio]] with two 24 HP models. In 1914, an advanced Grand Prix car was designed and built, the [[Alfa Romeo Grand Prix|GP1914]] which featured ...Romeo with the [[Alfa Romeo 20/30 HP|Torpedo 20-30 HP]] becoming the first car to be badged as such.Their first success came in 1920 when [[Giuseppe Campa
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  • ...the [[Carrera Panamericana]], the ''MM'' made ''[[Gran Turismo]]'' (Grand Touring) sports cars like [[Alfa Romeo]], [[Ferrari]] (which debuted as a marque in ==Car numbering==
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  • |Layout & Class:||[[FF layout|FF]] [[Mid-size car]] ...a Romeo 156''' (known internally as the type 932) is a [[compact executive car]] introduced by [[Italy|Italian]] automaker [[Alfa Romeo]] at the 1997 [[Fr
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  • |Body Styles:||[[FF layout|FF]] [[mid-size car|mid-size]] sedan The '''Alfa Romeo 155''' is a [[compact executive car]] produced under the [[Italy|Italian]] [[Alfa Romeo]] [[marque]] between 19
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  • ...made it, to some, the best looking car in its class. For any, this is the car with the 'hidden' rear door handles which are now commonplace. The 156 was a highly developed front-wheel drive car (the station wagon offered all-wheel drive in left-hand drive markets) with
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  • |Nationality || {{flagiconUK}} [[United Kingdom|British]] ...ntscoring systems]] for more information). Numbers without parentheses are Championship points; numbers in parentheses are total points scored.
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  • |Car number || 5 ...an to have won the [[List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions|drivers' championship]].
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  • ...d in [[2002]] as the successor to the [[Lamborghini Diablo|Diablo]]. The [[car body style|body style]] is a two door, two seat [[coupé]]. To celebrate La Lamborghini have announced two more powerful models, the XTR, a track-only car with a 700 bhp version of the V12, and the LP640 with 640 bhp. Although the
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  • ...cuit, sponsored, legal form of [[street racing]] performed by professional drivers. ==Characteristics of a touring car==
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  • ...oratio Nelson Jackson]] in his 2-seat [[Winton automobile|Winton]] touring car, "The Vermont", drives across America]] [[Image:Studebaker1920.jpg|thumb|250px|1920 [[Studebaker Big Six]] '''touring car''' with its top down. The folded top behind passengers was known as the "fa
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  • ...over the line was [[Émile Levassor]] but he was disqualified because his car was not a required four-seater. [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|300px|right|A modern Formula One car]]
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  • | Nationality || {{flagiconUK}} British ...t association that represents the interests of motoring organisations and car users worldwide. The FIA is also the governing body for [[Formula One]] and
    41 KB (6,582 words) - 09:58, 27 September 2009
  • ...intscoring systems]] for more information). Number without parentheses are Championship points; numbers in parentheses are total points scored. |First race || [[1950 British Grand Prix]]
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  • ...over the line was [[Émile Levassor]] but he was disqualified because his car was not a required four-seater. [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|300px|right|A modern Formula One car]]
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  • ...over the line was [[Émile Levassor]] but he was disqualified because his car was not a required four-seater. [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|300px|right|A modern Formula One car]]
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  • ...the final preparatory step for drivers hoping to enter the [[Formula One]] championship. [[Formula Two]] had become too expensive, and was dominated by works-run ...ted with a straight-six short-stroke BMW. This was converted into a sports car, however.
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  • ...pionship|BTCC]]; [[Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters|DTM]]; [[World Touring Car Championship|WTCC]] ...Clark|Clark Curve]], whose off-camber, uphill approach tends to carry the car towards the outside. After the Clark Curve comes the pit straight, and anot
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  • ...]], [[1986]]. He won 1 race, achieved 9 podiums, and scored a total of 65 championship points. After joining [[Benetton Formula|Benetton]] for 1988 he immediatel ...s right hand, Nannini was able to carve out a successful career in touring car racing with [[Alfa Romeo]] in the 1990s. A number of strong victories remin
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  • ...g the [[1997 24 Hours of Le Mans]] and [[2001 12 Hours of Sebring]] sports car races. Alboreto competed in [[Formula One]] from {{f1|1981}} until {{f1|199 ...] and a [[FIA European Formula Three Championship|European Formula Three]] Championship crown in 1980 paved the way for the Italian's entrance into Formula One wit
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