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1957 Mille Miglia, Piero Taruffi, Ferrari 315S

entered by Scuderia Ferrari , Ferrari , driven by Piero Taruffi, finished o/a in

Eugenio Castellotti, #548 Ferrari 290 MM (Scuderia Ferrari), Mille Miglia 1956…

Eugenio Castellotti, #548 Ferrari 290 MM (Scuderia Ferrari), Mille Miglia 1956…

For 1954 Enzo Ferrari needed more power for his front line sports cars, so he built a successor to the 1953 375MM called the 375 Plus. There were a half dozen of these cars constructed, using a 4.9 liter version of the 4.5 liter motor of the 375MM. With one notable exception the 375 Plus was not successful in the hands of Scuderia Ferrari with the cars being sold off during season to private owners in the United States and South America. The exception in terms of racing success was the car…

For 1954 Enzo Ferrari needed more power for his front line sports cars, so he built a successor to the 1953 called the 375 Plus. There were a half dozen of these cars constructed, using a liter version of the liter motor of the

Monza 1961 Ferrari

Monza Number 32 is Giancarlo Baghetti's car. Behind it is Ricardo Rodrigues' car.

Ferrari 118LM MM55

itsbrucemclaren: “The team of Umberto Maglioli and Luciano Monteferraio placed in the 1955 Mille Miglia, in a Ferrari 118 LM.

The factory Ferrari 250 TR’s that came in first and second at Sebring in 1958. The #16 Ferrari was driven by Luigi Musso and Oliver Gendebien and came in second. The #14 Ferrari was driven by Phil Hill and Peter Collins and came in first. Both cars were equipped with the Ferrari Tipo 128 LM V12 3-liter engine.

Luigi Musso and Oliver Gendebien - Phil Hill and Peter Collins. & Place at Sebring,

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In 1949 the Ferrari 166 SC driven by Biondetti-Benedetti won the Targa Florio (in that year Giro di Sicilia too).] - Auteur : shortleg - Page : 39 - Pages : 1885 - Dernier message :

Alfonso de Portago, Ferrari 375MM, Carrera Panamericana, Mexico, 23 November 1953.

Alfonso de Portago, Ferrari 375MM, Carrera Panamericana, Mexico, 23 November 1953.

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Mille Miglia 1954. Lancia D24 Castellotti (540), Ascari (602) vincitore, Valenzano (541).

Mille Miglia 1954 the only reason the old gent tried to entrap me today in their sports cars is not bc they are patriots. its bc they are limp

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