...or Ferrari to receive any cars at all. Despite the quality of the Scuderia drivers the company won few victories (1935 in Germany by Nuvolari was an exception
...r than in Grand Prix, certainly the company was more involed there than in Formula One during the [[1950s]] and [[1960s]] despite the successes of [[Juan-Manu
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...y [[Enzo Ferrari]] in 1929. At first, '''[[Scuderia Ferrari]]''' sponsored drivers and manufactured racecars; the company went into independent car production
...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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Drivers = 5. [[Michael Schumacher]] <br /> 6. [[Felipe Massa]] |
...'s racing division has recently devoted its attention and funding to its [[Formula One]] team, '''Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro'''.
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...ver, the onset of [[World War I]] halted automobile production at ALFA for three years.
...series of ''berline'' (saloons/sedans), coupes and open two-seaters. All three varieties shared what would become the classic [[Alfa Romeo Twin Cam]] engi
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...roads there were frequent accidents with the resulting fatalities of both drivers and spectators.
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...ouple of years later. In 1926, [[Eliska Junkova]], one of the great female drivers in [[Grand Prix motor racing]] history, became the first woman to ever comp
...e years, the greats of [[Grand Prix motor racing|Grand Prix racing]] and [[Formula One]] such as Argentina's [[Juan Manuel Fangio]], Belgium's [[Olivier Gende
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...[[Vincenzo Lancia]] and his friend Claudio Fogolin, both being Fiat racing drivers, as Lancia & C. The first Lancia automobile the "[[Lancia Alfa-12HP|tipo 51
===Formula One===<!-- [[Lancia in Formula One]] links to this section -->
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|<center>'''[[List of racing drivers]] (mainly [[Formula One]])'''</center>
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|Drivers || 20. [[Christijan Albers]]<br>21. [[Robert Doornbos]]
|Test drivers || [[Chanoch Nissany]]
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|BF1 Years || [[1978 British Formula One season|1978]]
...card]] circuit at [[Le Castellet]] in 1986. He is sometimes referred to as Formula One's "last gentleman player," and although he was probably not the most ta
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...ula Nippon]] champion in 1994. More recently, he has competed in Italian [[Formula 3000]], and in Japanese [[Super GT]] [[sports car racing]].
==Complete Formula One results==
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...2]] [] in [[Monza]], [[Lombardy]]) is an [[Italy|Italian]] former [[Formula One]] driver who raced for the [[Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives|AGS]]
...990 he was hired as a driver in [[Formula 3000]], which led to a chance at Formula One, in the AGS team in early 1991. Barbazza failed to qualify for any race
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...from [[Italy]]. He made his debut in 1987 and 1988 in [[Formula 2]] and [[Formula 3000]].
...t entrant in all six. He was entered for two Grand Prix with [[Andrea Moda Formula|Andrea Moda]] in 1992, but the team was excluded from the first, and withdr
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|Team(s) || [[Maserati]], [[Scuderia Milano]] and [[Alfa Romeo (Formula One)|Alfa Romeo]]
...iver who raced for the [[Maserati]], [[Scuderia Milano]] and [[Alfa Romeo (Formula One)|Alfa Romeo]] teams.
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...io Cabianca''' ([[February 19]], [] - [[June 15]], []) was a [[Formula One]] driver from [[Italy]].
...tal of 3 championship points. He also participated in one non-Championship Formula One race.
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...was a problem. With a limited budget stretched by [[Formula 1]] racing, [[Formula 2]], [[GT]] [[sports car]] world championship pursuit and regular road car
...ine was a 1290cc six-cylinder in-line engine with 124bhp @ 7,000rpm fed by three twin carburettors. A 1755cc (90x69mm) sohc four-cylinder engine (150bhp @ 7
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...ivers. He won the event in one of his own D46s. Amazingly it was a one-two-three for Cisitalia with [[Franco Cortese]] coming second and [[Louis Chiron]] fi
Dusio’s ultimate plan was to produce a Formula 1 car and this was eventually designed by Dr Ferdinand Porsche’s company,
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...21 hours 5 minutes; local marque [[Officine Meccaniche|OM]] swept the top three places.
The event was usually dominated by local Italian drivers and marques, but 3 races were won by foreign cars, all of them German. In 1
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...in order to finish or, sometimes, less dramatic scenes where damaged car's drivers are confident enough in the ability of the engine to start again and simply
Nowadays, each car has a team of three drivers. Before [] only two drivers per car were allowed, and even solo driving was permitted in the early deca
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...nd admired 'straight-arm' driving style and his status as the first ever [[Formula One]] World Champion.
...Grand Prix races, securing himself the [[Italy|Italian]] Drivers' Champion three years in a row ([]-[]). He then went on to take his first major
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