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International Business Times
1957 Ferrari sold for £24.7m becomes most expensive racing car sold at auction An unnamed US car enthusiast has paid €32m (£24.7m, $35.8m) for a red 1957 Ferr
1957 Ferrari sold for £24.7m becomes most expensive racing car sold at auction
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
An unnamed US car enthusiast has paid €32m (£24.7m, $35.8m) for a red 1957 Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti setting a new world record for a racing car – and he cannot even drive it on a road. The iconic vehicle was one of just four that were ever... Read more
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The Irish Times
Yours for €32m: Ferrari race car to set new record auction price Ex-Stirling Moss Ferrari likely to set record auction price tonight, about hal
Yours for €32m: Ferrari race car to set new record auction price
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
Ex-Stirling Moss Ferrari likely to set record auction price tonight, about half the winnings of last weekend’s euro millions prize The 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti, one of the... Read more
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Motorsport.com
Fangio's second son is confirmedLast August, the body of F1 legend Juan Manuel Fangio was exhumed by court orde
Fangio's second son is confirmed
Motorsport.com / Posted 3 days ago
Last August, the body of F1 legend Juan Manuel Fangio was exhumed by court order to test his DNA and determine the validity of two men's paternity claims, the men being Oscar Espinoza and Ruben Vazquez. Espinoza, 77, was confirmed as Fangio's son in... Read more
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ESPN
A tribute to F1's first female racerIt was my first season in Formula One. I had about eight or nine races under my
A tribute to F1's first female racer
ESPN / Posted 9 days ago
It was my first season in Formula One. I had about eight or nine races under my belt, which is the F1 equivalent of being able to put the round peg in the round hole but still needing to ask teacher to tie up one's shoelaces before heading out to... Read more
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autosport.com
Obituary: F1, hillclimb and sportscar racer Michael MacDowelAt 17 laps, Michael MacDowel's grand Prix driving record was among the shortest
Obituary: F1, hillclimb and sportscar racer Michael MacDowel
autosport.com / Posted 15 days ago
At 17 laps, Michael MacDowel's grand Prix driving record was among the shortest in Formula 1 world championship history. Yet the two-part career of this gracious gentleman - who died of cancer on January 18 - spanned club racing and national... Read more
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Adelaide Now
What next for female racers in Formula 1?“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response t
What next for female racers in Formula 1?
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 days ago
“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response to the news that F1 had lost one of its trailblazers when Maria Teresa de Filippis passed away. It was a message which combined both respect for the past and hope for the... Read more
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Perth Now
What next for female racers in Formula 1?“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response t
What next for female racers in Formula 1?
Perth Now / Posted 26 days ago
“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response to the news that F1 had lost one of its trailblazers when Maria Teresa de Filippis passed away. It was a message which combined both respect for the past and hope for the... Read more
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Herald Sun
What next for female racers in Formula 1?“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response t
What next for female racers in Formula 1?
Herald Sun / Posted 26 days ago
“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response to the news that F1 had lost one of its trailblazers when Maria Teresa de Filippis passed away. It was a message which combined both respect for the past and hope for the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What next for female racers in Formula 1?“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response t
What next for female racers in Formula 1?
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
“AN amazing lady who dared to be different,” tweeted Susie Wolff, in response to the news that F1 had lost one of its trailblazers when Maria Teresa de Filippis passed away. It was a message which combined both respect for the past and hope for the... Read more
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autosport.com
Maria Teresa de Filippis obituary and F1 career appreciationMaria Teresa de Filippis, the first woman to start a Formula 1 world championsh
Maria Teresa de Filippis obituary and F1 career appreciation
autosport.com / Posted 27 days ago
Maria Teresa de Filippis, the first woman to start a Formula 1 world championship grand prix, died last week. PAUL FEARNLEY assesses her career and place in F1 history Petite and independent - she gave the domineering Enzo Ferrari the flick in... Read more
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Motorsport.com
Stefan Johansson's F1 revolution, Part 1 - Problems in philosophyThe former Ferrari and McLaren Formula 1 driver's three-part analysis on why th
Stefan Johansson's F1 revolution, Part 1 - Problems in philosophy
Motorsport.com / Posted 27 days ago
The former Ferrari and McLaren Formula 1 driver's three-part analysis on why the sport – starting with grand prix racing – needs a new approach. Today he explains the basic flaw in racing's current template. Following the recent tinkering with the... Read more
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Motorsport.com
Why F1 doesn't have doping scandalsWhile other sports have become mired in doping scandals, Formula 1 has been dru
Why F1 doesn't have doping scandals
Motorsport.com / Posted 29 days ago
While other sports have become mired in doping scandals, Formula 1 has been drug-free territory for most of its history. Kate Walker explains why. While doping in sport is serious business, every once in a while the stories verge on the ridiculous.... Read more

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