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  • Online magazine covering all sorts of sports/GT car racing, including endurance racing. ==The Races==
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  • known for hosting fifteen [[Grand Prix motor racing|Grand Prix]] races between [[Category:Sports car races]]
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  • '''Lucchini Engineering''' is an [[Italy|Italian]] [[sports car racing|sports car]] constructor and racing team. Founded by Giorgio Lucchini in [[Porto Mant Currently Lucchini sells the CN4 hillclimb car and the LMP2/04 LMP2-class [[prototype]] which runs in the [[Le Mans Series
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  • ...maller version youth racer, see [[Quarter-midget]]. For the British sports car with its own race series it's the MG Midget. ...roll cage]]s and other safety features. They are intended to be driven for races of relatively short distances, typically 2.5 to 25 miles (4 to 40 km), ofte
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  • ...once peace returned, Bandini did not wait long to release the first sports car to bear his name. ...ame with a hand-hammered aluminum body. Many other post-war Italian sports car companies followed a similar design. But Bandini’s sharp mind, racing kno
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  • |Class||[[Sports car]] ...952 Ferrari 212 Vignale Coupe.JPG|right|thumb|250px|[[Vignale]]'s 212 show car from 1952]]
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  • ...e for both the Italian formula 3 series (open wheel 750 cc) and sports car races. Only four Giaur Champions are known in the world today. Below are pictur {{A-Z multipage list|Car Information and Photos by Marque|Information and Photos by Marque|}}
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  • ...es are often conducted in [[vehicle]]s, such as [[boat]]s and [[automobile|car]]s, on or with [[animal|animals]] such as [[horse]]s and in [[aircraft]]. Early records of races are evident on [[pottery]] from [[ancient Greece]], which depicted running
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  • ...egulations and circuits were used, with the majority being [[Formula Two]] races at the [[ACI Vallelunga Circuit]]. In 1954 and 1963 the Rome Grand Prix was The 1947 race was notable as it marked the first win for [[Ferrari]] with a car of their own construction, the [[Ferrari 125 S]].
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  • |Class || [[FR layout|front-engined]] [[sports car]] ...|166 Inter]] [[GT car]] and [[Ferrari 166 F2|166 F2]] [[Formula 2]] racing car''
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  • ...esses, [[Piaggio]] blocks the production of a series of new models for the races, in 1974. Meanwhile, in 1973, the marque '''Elmec''' was born and the basis ...s of all other properties, the sales begin to decline and also resulted in sports competitors not being very expected. In 1977, [[Al Motosalone]] of [[Milan]
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  • ...|Count Bruno d'Harcourt]] during a practice run. All winners, in [[touring car]]s, were either [[France|French]] or [[Monaco|Monegasque]]. ...d in 1954, it was held on a circuit at the city of [[Agadir]] for [[sports car]]s, and French dominance was interrupted by an [[Italy|Italian]] driver, [[
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  • [[Image:Le_Mans_1955_start.jpg|thumb|250px|'''Start of the race, Levegh #20 car is in the center of the frame''']] ...lso critical; the first use of [[disc brake]]s on a car was in a [[Jaguar (car)|Jaguar]] racing in Le Mans. Mercedes-Benz still used drum-brake in 1955, b
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  • | Events || [[Formula One]]; [[Champ Car|CART]]; [[Trans-Am Series|Trans-Am]] ...nds Prix in the [[1982 Formula One season|1982 season]]. (The other two US races, [[1982 United States Grand Prix West|Long Beach]] and [[1982 Caesars Palac
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  • ...ad courses. It is also host to several other auto races and [[motorcycle]] races such as the [[American Federation of Motorcyclists]] series. ...on, [[Infineon Technologies|Infineon]]. However, as with many renamings of sports complexes, many people still call it by its original name. Despite its name
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  • |Team(s):||[[Scuderia Ferrari|Ferrari]], [[Cooper Car Company|Cooper]] |Races:||2
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  • |Races:||34 ...r really blossomed. During the late 1930s he won numerous minor Grand Prix races, securing himself the [[Italy|Italian]] Drivers' Champion three years in a
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  • |Class || [[Race car]] ...track than other cars, the Birdcage was unreliable and often retired from races due to problems with the gearbox. The [[Maserati MC12]] is available only i
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  • [[image:carndrivercanam.jpg|thumb|right|Cover of Car and Driver magazine, showing transparent diagram of CanAm racer]] ...tally different series based on obsolete [[Formula 5000]] cars with sports car bodies.
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  • | Races || 32 ...was after he entered the prestigious [[Mille Miglia]] in a Ferrari sports car that he eventually started racing on four wheels regularly.
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