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Driving Legends:
Elio De Angelis, the last Gentleman Driver

Elio De Angelis will be remembered by all those who followed the Formula 1 championships in the early 1980s, drivers and car enthusiasts, without ...

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Mike Hawthorn:
the unforgettable champion in the bow tie

Success and scandals, fun and tragedies, genius and loose living: for Mike Hawthorn, British driver class of 1929 and icon of classic motor racing...

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Racing Legends:
John Cooper

A true Outlier takes hours of deliberate practice at the craft he has chosen, mastering it and perfecting every detail. His ideas are his future a...

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Lady Driver: 7 legends of women’s motoring
Change is the only constant. Hanging on is the only sin. – Denise McCluggage The whole environment of motoring has always been traditionally male ...

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Racing Legends: Paul Newman between Hollywood and Daytona
“The only thing I found grace in was a racing car”. Such a statement should be enough to describe a successful person, both in the racetrack and i...

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James Dean and the Porsche 550 Spyder: together forever
The crown for the King of Cool has always been given to Steve McQueen. How can people argue with that? An actor starring in a Film called “Le Mans...

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Driving Legends: Carroll Shelby, from the farm to the Olympus of car racing
Disclaimer: uncompromising style may cause some eyebrows to rise. Before Carroll Shelby, wearing dungarees to the racing track was anything but gl...

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60 years apart: Stirling Moss and the Maserati 250F
There are some perfect couples that can only exist in the motoring universe. The Maserati 250F and Sir Stirling Moss form one of these pairs, hard...

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