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  • ...l 1932. In 1924 he won the Coppa Acerbo at Pescara. His successes in local races encouraged Alfa to offer him a chance of much more prestigious competition ...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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  • Races = 729 | ...'s racing division has recently devoted its attention and funding to its [[Formula One]] team, '''Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro'''.
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  • ...the passenger. The significance of this class dropped after the 1950s, but races were held in connection with WC until the early 2000s. ...n World Championship titles in 350 cc, 500 cc, and [[Formula One]] ([[1964 Formula One season|1964]]).
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  • ...build his own cars. [[Tazio Nuvolari]] often drove for Alfa, winning many races prior to [[World War II]]. ..., adapted from a pre-war voiturette, and [[Giuseppe Farina]] won the first Formula One World Championship in 1950 in the 158. [[Juan Manuel Fangio]] secured
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  • {{Formula One}} ...he drive of competition soon saw speeds exceeding 100 mph, but because the races were held on open roads there were frequent accidents with the resulting fa
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  • ...Miglia]] had been established yet. [[Grand Prix motor racing|Grand Prix]] races were still isolated events, not a series like today's F1. ...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
    14 KB (1,723 words) - 12:42, 1 August 2010
  • ...in [[Formula One]] between the [[1989 Formula One season|1989]] and [[1993 Formula One season]]s. It supplied engines to [[Larrousse]] (1989-1990,1992-1993), ...the end of the 1993 season, with the intent of using it during the [[1994 Formula One season|1994 season]]. Although driver [[Ayrton Senna]] was reportedly i
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  • ===Formula One===<!-- [[Lancia in Formula One]] links to this section --> [[Image:1954-type Lancia D50A 616298256.jpg|thumb|right|A Lancia D50A [[Formula One]] car]]
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  • |Races || 345 ...tructor founded in [[1979]] by [[Giancarlo Minardi]]. It competed in the [[Formula One]] World Championship from [[1985]] until [[2005]] with little success,
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  • |Races || 109 (108 starts) |BF1 Years || [[1978 British Formula One season|1978]]
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  • |Races || 1 ...ula Nippon]] champion in 1994. More recently, he has competed in Italian [[Formula 3000]], and in Japanese [[Super GT]] [[sports car racing]].
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  • |Races || 20 (8 starts) ...2]] [[1963]] in [[Monza]], [[Lombardy]]) is an [[Italy|Italian]] former [[Formula One]] driver who raced for the [[Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives|AGS]]
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  • |Races || 6 (0 starts) ...from [[Italy]]. He made his debut in 1987 and 1988 in [[Formula 2]] and [[Formula 3000]].
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  • |Team(s) || [[Maserati]], [[Scuderia Milano]] and [[Alfa Romeo (Formula One)|Alfa Romeo]] |Races || 16 (15 starts)
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  • |Races || 4 (3 starts) ...io Cabianca''' ([[February 19]], [[1923]] - [[June 15]], [[1961]]) was a [[Formula One]] driver from [[Italy]].
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  • ...F4 750 cc and F4 1000 cc "[[Ayrton Senna]]" editions in memory of the late Formula One Champion of the same name (who was an avid Ducati and MV Agusta collect Between 1948 and 1976 MV Agusta motorcycles have won over 3000 races.
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  • [[File:1964 Abarth Formula 2 (Fiat 600 D).jpg|thumb|right|200px|'''1956 Abarth 216 A Spider Bertone (F ...Carlo Abarth that he could drive a factory car for free if he won all the races he entered—which Abt nearly did, winning 29 of 30, the 30th being a secon
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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 ...There was no notable racing success with the ASA, with top finishes in the races entered.
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  • ...]], and others) [[ATS]], [[Automobili Turismo e Sport]] company to build a Formula 1 single seater and a GT sport car, the A.T.S. [[Serenissima]]. ...ro Drogo]]. It was an aggressively designed machine, oriented to endurance races. It uses normal ISO underpinnings but the engine was moved further back in
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  • ...ht shaped course of roughly 1500 km - or a thousand [[Roman mile]]s. Later races followed twelve other routes with varying total lengths. The event was usually dominated by local Italian drivers and marques, but 3 races were won by foreign cars, all of them German. In 1931, [[Rudolf Caracciola]
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