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|John Fisher: 1959 Formula One Season
Throughout the history of Formula One there have been many names that have come and gone, many of wh...Jean Behra: 1959 Formula One Season
Jean Behra had been well acquainted with trials and difficulties. However, the last 12 months had be... Juan Manuel Fangio: 1958 Formula One Season
Fangio had made an impressive start to his '58 campaign by taking pole for his home grand prix in wh... Ken Kavanagh: 1958 Formula One Season
Throughout Formula One's history there would be a number of drivers that would get their start on tw... Maria Teresa de Filippis: 1958 Formula One Season
In the couple of decades leading up to the Second World War, during what is considered the golden ag... Robert La Caze: 1958 Formula One Season
Robert La Caze is one of those men that came and went in grand prix history. However, this lesser-kn... Bernard C. Ecclestone: 1958 Formula One Season
The name Ecclestone is synonymous with Formula One. Many would say he is Formula One. However, in 19... Francisco Godia Sales: 1958 Formula One Season
Francisco 'Paco' Godia Sales would follow up his first World Championship points in 1956 with a rath... Andre Guelfi: 1958 Formula One Season
In the footnotes of Formula One history, Andre Guelfi would occupy a place many would consider insig... Joakim Bonnier: 1958 Formula One Season
Jo Bonnier had written his first full chapter in Formula One history in 1957. His season had started... Giorgio Scarlatti: 1958 Formula One Season
By the mid-1950s, Giorgio Scarlatti star was on the rise in the sportscar ranks as his steady drivin...
Racing Series & Events
The Carrera Panamericana was raced from 1950 through 1954. It was held on open roads in Mexico that ran from a southern Mexican west-coast city towards Texas. The race was formed to celebrate the comp...
Champ Car, short for Championship Car, is a class in the American Championship Car Racing. The American Automobile Association was formed in 1909 and established the national driving championship for...
|Ferrari Challenge Series
The heritage of Enzo Ferrari has always been about racing. The road going cars he created were primarily for financial support to fuel his racing program. The road cars were created in close specifi...
Formula 2, commonly abbreviated as F2, was introduced in 1947 and would remain in existence until 1985 when it was replaced by Formula 3000. F2 enabled drivers who could not get a seat in Formula 1 t...
Formula 3 was created in post-war Britain as a venue for inexpensive racing. The 500-pound, 500cc F3 cars were noisy, tiny, and sometimes home built. They were often ridiculed but very fast. With a...
In 1985 the International Formula 3000 Championship, originally called the European Formula 3000 Championship, was created by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). This was the final s...
The SCCA Formula B class was created in the 1960s as a single-seat formula series with engine capacities not to exceed 1600 cc in capacity. The Formula Atlantic class began in England in 1971 and bor...
The SCCA Formula B class was created in the 1960s as a single-seat formula series with engine capacities not to exceed 1600 cc in capacity. The Formula Atlantic class began in England in 1971 and borr...
BMW's commitment to young driving talent goes back as far as the 1970s, when the company supported the BMW Junior Team and the spectacular Procar series over many years. From 1991 to 2001, BMW was inv...
|Grand-Am Daytona Prototypes
Established in 1999, the Grand American Road Racing Association was brought about to return some sense of stability to major league sports car road racing in the states. The Grand-Am is regarded world...
Historically known simply as ‘The 500' the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race is often shorted to either the Indianapolis 500 or the Indy 500. Originally the race was advertised as the ‘Liberty Sweepstakes' f...
|Indy Lights / IndyPro
The Indy Lights Series was raced from 1986 through 2001 and served as a developmental circuit for CART. Just like CART, it was an open-wheeled racing series. It was originally named the American Rac...
In 1973, the International Race of Champions (IROC) league was formed. The top drivers from other leagues, such as IRL and NASCAR, were invited to prove their abilities against each other using ident...
The Mille Miglia was first run in 1927 and quickly became a highlight for entrants, spectators, and enthusiasts. The first race featured around seventy-five starters, all of which were Italian. The ra...
|Shelby SCCA Series
Around the 1990s, Mr. Carroll Shelby and the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) began a joint venture to produce a 'spec' racer that could compete in both amateur 'Club Racing' and could later evolve i...
Sport 2000, also referred to as S2 or S2000, is a two-seat, rear-engined, full-bodied, open-cockpit sports-prototype racing series. A list of rules and regulations maintains that the racers are very ...
The first of the classic road races was the Targa Florio which began in 1906 and continued off-and-on until 1976. The first course was three laps on a 92-mile course in the Madonie Mountains. As the y...
The 'Trans-American Sedan' pro series debuted on March 25th of 1966 as a four-hour prequel to the Sebring 12-hour enduro. It was a series intended for the pony cars such as the Mustang, Plymouth Barra...
|WRC / Rallycross / WTCC
Preparations for the hard-fought season begin months before the first rally. The governing body, the FIA approves routes, stages and final locations of the 16 rallies around the wo...
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|Scuderia Ugolini: 1959 Formula One Season
While the name Ferrari is recognized the world-over, Ugolini, on the other hand, is only a name reco...OSCA Automobili: 1959 Formula One Season
The very moment the Maserati brothers lost their name to Orsi in the late 1930s, and then into the 1...R.H.H. Parnell: 1959 Formula One Season
In 1951, Reg Parnell pulled off a huge upset surviving an absolute deluge of rain that flooded the S...Ecurie Bleue: 1959 Formula One Season
In the history of grand prix racing there are very few privateers teams that last, let alone stretch...David Brown Corporation: 1959 Formula One Season
David Brown's concerted efforts in sportscar racing would make Aston Martin among the best. However,...British Racing Partnership: 1959 Formula One Season
Ken Gregory had great plans for 1958 and beyond. But despite the team's beginnings being strong, the...Leader Cards Inc: 1959 Formula One Season
Bob Wilke had a passion for motor racing. He would find another passionate soul and these two would ...Alan Brown Equipe: 1959 Formula One Season
All the way back in 1952, Alan Brown would help a young car manufacturer from Surbiton to score its ...Vandervell Products: 1959 Formula One Season
Tony Vandervell's team had come away from the 1958 season the inaugural constructors' World Champion...High Efficiency Motors: 1958 Formula One Season
C.T. 'Tommy' Atkins had more than made a name for himself in motorcycle racing in the years leading ...Cooper Car Company: 1958 Formula One Season
Throughout the decade of the 1950s, there was really only one national that was routinely successful...