|Automobili Lamborghini Remembers Paolo Stanzani With Affection And Respect; The Engineer Was The Father Of The Miura|
|Sant'Agata Bolognese, 19 January 2017 – Automobili Lamborghini extends its deepest sympathies to the Stanzani family on the loss of Paolo. Paolo Stanzani played a major role in the history of the brand from Sant'Agata Bolognese: he created the Lamborghini Miura in 1966 – along with Giampaolo Dallara and designer Marcello Gandini – and subsequently other legendary models. His vision, his creative genius and innovative approach to projects are still a source of inspiration for Lamborghini....[Read more...]|
|AUTOMOBILI LAMBORGHINI AT PADUA'S 2016 CLASSIC CAR AND MOTORCYCLE SHOW 'AUTO E MOTO D'EPOCA'|
|Sant'Agata Bolognese, 20 October 2016 – Automobili Lamborghini is celebrating its glorious past and the 50th anniversary of the Miura with an official attendance at the 2016 Classic Car and Motorcycle Show in Padua. From 20 to 23 October a large stand will bring Lamborghini's heritage together in a display divided into three sections: PoloStorico, the Miura and the Museum.
The body of a Miura SV (chassis number 5030) is on display at an advanced stage of restoration in the PoloStorico ...[Read more...]|
|THE LAMBORGHINI MIURA CELEBRATES ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY ON THE ROADS OF 'THE ITALIAN JOB'|
|Sant'Agata Bolognese, 20 May 2016 - As part of celebrations commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Miura, Automobili Lamborghini has sent two Miuras from its Museum down the route used in the film, 'The Italian Job', directed by Peter Collinson. In the opening sequence of the 1969 cult film, the cars traveled up the hairpin curves of state road 27 around Great St. Bernard mountain, in the heart of the Italian Alps.
During the event, the 'fathers' of the Miura met in a warm reunion. ...[Read more...]|
|LAMBORGHINI MIURA 50th ANNIVERSARY AT 2016 AMELIA ISLAND CONCOURS d'ELEGANCE|
|The 21st annual Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary Lamborghini Miura the car that changed the exotic car universe forever.
The landmark Miura was introduced as a rolling chassis at the 1965 Turin Auto Salon. The new, mid-engine Lamborghini was a huge hit and remarkably, even without coachwork, orders were placed during the show.
That vindicated the three men who conspired to create the Miura. Lamborghini engineers Bob Wallace, Gia...[Read more...]|
|1958 Monaco Grand Prix: An Unlikely Frenchman Steals the Show…Again|
|In 1955, perhaps the most unlikely of drivers would survive the attrition and the beckoning Monaco harbor to claim his only victory in Formula One. Some three years later, and more unlikely than ever to even win a second race at any circuit, the same Frenchman would steal the crown jewel to become just the second man in Formula One history to earn two or more victories on the streets of the principality.
Maurice Trintignant's victory in the chaotic and drama-filled 1955 Monaco Grand Prix was...[Read more...]|