|EX-MILLE MIGLIA, 24 HOURS OF LE MANS SCUDERIA FERRARI SPIDER TO STAR IN SCOTTSDALE|
|Exceptional, highly historic 1952 Ferrari 340 America Vignale Spider consigned to Bonhams' January sale; Limited consignments still invited
Bonhams is very pleased to announce the consignment of a very special automobile: the ex-Factory Team Entry Mille Miglia and 24 Hours of Le Mans 1952 Ferrari 340 America Vignale Spider.
This rare and historic Scuderia Ferrari sports racer, replete with pedigree and provenance, is to be one of the featured stars at the Bonhams Scottsdale Auction ...[Read more...]|
|BRITAIN'S GREATEST RACING DRIVER, SIR STIRLING MOSS, LOOKS AHEAD TO THE 2015 GOODWOOD REVIVAL|
|◾'Mr Motor Racing' chats about his amazing career in a one-off film, shot at his London home
◾Sir Stirling reveals insights into his most famous victories, including the four wins of 1955
◾Legend to star in 6th Credit Suisse Historic Racing Forum at Goodwood Revival
◾To view the video please follow this link: https://classiccars.credit-suisse.com/en/goodwood/sir-stirling-moss
Zurich, September 3, 2015: A very personal film, made in collaboration with Credit Suisse, has revealed new ...[Read more...]|
|1956 Argentine Grand Prix: Least in the Kingdom is Greater|
| ||Speaking of the power of humility, the Bible says the least, within the context of the world, if they follow God's commands, shall be greater than those considered great.
To say that Luigi Musso was the least within the kingdom of Scuderia Ferrari would be a terrible understatement. Having a reputation for caring more about his cars than those that pilot them, it was certainly true that Enzo held little place in his heart for his fellow Italian. However, in the Roman's very first Formula One...[Read more...]|
|Luigi Musso: Talented, Tempting and Troubled|
| ||Following Alberto Ascari's back-to-back titles in 1952 and 1953 there have been no Italian Formula One World Champions. While there has been a great amount of hope throughout the years, Italians have been left without a World Champion. Perhaps, it could be argued, all such hopes died with Luigi Musso on the 6th of July in 1958.
Since Ascari there have certainly been some notable Italian drivers within Formula One history books. Such names as Michele Alboreto, Elio de Angelis, Alex Zanardi, Ri...[Read more...]|
|1958 Targa Florio: Musso Commands the Heights|
| ||During the invasion of Sicily during the Second World War it would be the mountainous roads around the island that would pose the greatest hindrance to the advance of the British and American forces trying to breakthrough on their way, ultimately, to Italy. A little more than a decade later, these difficult mountainous roads were taking their toll. But, there would be one Italian right at home among the rocky outcroppings.
The 42nd Targa Florio would go ahead as planned despite the growing c...[Read more...]|