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  • 01:15 Ferrari History - Enzo Ferrari

    Ferrari History - Enzo Ferrari

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    Ferrari's history begins with its founder, Enzo Ferrari, born February 18, 1898 in Modena. He was one of the most famous Italian race car drivers and entrepreneurs. In n 1929, he founded the Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team that in 1947 moved

  • 01:54 Ferrari History - The Prancing Horse

    Ferrari History - The Prancing Horse

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    Ferrari History: The famous symbol of the Ferrari race team is the Cavallino Rampante ("prancing horse") black prancing stallion on a yellow shield, usually with the letters S F (for Scuderia Ferrari), with three stripes of green, white and red (the Itali

  • 01:22 Ferrari History - The First Cars (815 and 125s)

    Ferrari History - The First Cars (815 and 125s)

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    Ferrari History: Once ceased the collaboration with Alfa Romeo, in 1940, Ferrari produced its first car, the 815 model. The first car under the Ferrari brand developed after the World War II was, in 1947, was 125 S, powered by a 1.5 L V12 engine. 125 S de

  • 01:40 Ferrari History - Manuel Fangio and Michael Hawthorn

    Ferrari History - Manuel Fangio and Michael Hawthorn

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    Ferrari History: In the early 1950s Ferrari became a huge car manufacturers producing both road and racing models such as 250 Tour de France model (1955). The 250 series included several variants. Meanwhile in 1956 the Argentinean racing car driver, Juan

  • 01:36 Ferrari History - Rear-engined Revolution

    Ferrari History - Rear-engined Revolution

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    Ferrari History: In the mid 50s the Formula 1 car manufacturers became aware of the benefits of having the engine behind the driver. Also Ferrari followed the rear-engined revolution with the 156 F1 model and won the World Constructors' Championship and t

  • 01:33 Ferrari History - Racing and GT Cars

    Ferrari History - Racing and GT Cars

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    Ferrari History: During Ferrari's seasons of the World Sportscars Championship, they also gained more wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, with the factory team earning their first in 1954. Another win would come in 1958, followed by five consecutive wins fro

  • 00:56 Ferrari History - 308 GTB

    Ferrari History - 308 GTB

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    Ferrari History: The Pininfarina-styled 308 GTB was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 as a supplement to the Bertone-shaped Dino 308 GT4 and a replacement for the Dino 246. It was designed by Leonardo Fioravanti who had been responsible for some

  • 02:04 Ferrari History - Ferrari Testarossa&GTO

    Ferrari History - Ferrari Testarossa>O

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    Ferrari History: In 1982, Ferrari sport cars management center is created in Maranello. Ferrari is already one of the leading GT cars manufacturers. Among the most relevant models are Testarossa>O. The Ferrari Testarossa is a 12-cylinder mid-engine, Pinin

  • 01:49 Ferrari History - Sporting and Commercial Success

    Ferrari History - Sporting and Commercial Success

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    Ferrari has become more and more successful both in terms of commercial success and racing victories. Thanks to its success in racing competitions, Ferrari 369 became the most popular model ever with 10,000 of vehicles sold all over the world. In 2005, th

  • 02:30 Maserati History - The beginnings

    Maserati History - The beginnings

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    Maserati is an Italian luxury car manufacturer established on December 1, 1914, in Bologna. The company's headquarters is now in Modena, and its emblem is a trident. It has been owned by the Italian car giant Fiat S.p.A. since 1993. Inside the Fiat Group,

  • 01:22 Maserati History - Grand Prix de Nice

    Maserati History - Grand Prix de Nice

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    In 1946, at the upturn of international racing, Maserati was immediately successful in Grand Prix of Nice with the 4 CL, powered by a 4 cylinder 1500 cc engine. To win the race was Luigi Villoresi who defeated the rival racers from Alfa Romeo. In 1947, th

  • 01:21 Maserati History - Touring Car Racing

    Maserati History - Touring Car Racing

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    In 1948, the Maserati, while engaged in the production of A 6 1500, its first GT cars, continued to succeed in competitions. In the Grand Prix of Nations in Geneva Nino Farina came first with a 4 CL T.In Silverstone Grand Prix, in 1948 Villoresi took the

  • 02:10 Maserati History - J.M. Fangio&Farina

    Maserati History - J.M. Fangio&Farina

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    Juan Manuel Fangio, a name that will mean a lot for Maserati. During his second season of European racing the Argentine chose to run with a 4 CL T 48 and won his very first race in Sanremo on the Ospedaletti circuit, continuing the 1949 season, with impor

  • 01:34 Maserati History - Mille Miglia

    Maserati History - Mille Miglia

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    In the early fifties, Mille Miglia, a good test for the sport cars constructors' championship, became a battleground between car manufacturers. Maserati in 1953 presented the new 2-seat 6 GCS convertables. Since 1950 Osca crearted by the Maserati brothers

  • 01:08 Maserati History - Symbol of the Company

    Maserati History - Symbol of the Company

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    Maserati's symbol is a trident, similar to the one contested by the statue of Neptune Fountain in the same name, located in Bologna. It seems that to design the logo, inspired by Neptune, was the painter Mario Maserati, the only brother who didn't have an

  • 02:25 Maserati History - Stirling Moss

    Maserati History - Stirling Moss

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    In 1956, the only one to contest the fourth title to Ferrari's Fangio was Moss in the Maserati 250 F. The Brit won the second grand prix of the season in Monaco in an authoritarian manner, keeping the command for all 100 laps of the race, despite the atta

  • 02:42 Maserati History - World Sportscar Championship&F1 World Championship

    Maserati History - World Sportscar Championship&F1 World Championship

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    In 1957 the commitment of Maserati to racing continued on two fronts, one of the sports world and the world of Formula 1. In the first, Maserati won in Sebring and in Sweden and, with other finishes, including fourth place at the Mille Miglia, was ranked

  • 02:53 Maserati History - Grand Prix Nurburgring

    Maserati History - Grand Prix Nurburgring

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    Decisive for the championship became the Grand Prix of Germany at the Nurburgring. Lagging behind Hawthorn and Collins, Fangio, having refueled, retrieved the gap four rounds remaining, and took the lead, holding it to the finish.With this success Fangio

  • 01:33 Maserati History - Market Maserati - Part 01

    Maserati History - Market Maserati - Part 01

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    Retired from Formula One, but always present in car racing competitions with models such 60 and 61, known as birdcage, Maserati in 1958 appeared on the market with the 3500 coach, bodied by Touring, which was recognized immediately a good sales success. T

  • 02:13 Maserati History - Market Maserati - Part 02

    Maserati History - Market Maserati - Part 02

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    At the Paris Fair in 1966 debuted Mexico a coupe for four, derived from a single model, built on the platform of the GT 5000 for the Mexican President Lopez Mateos. The Mexico was available with two engines.Ghibli, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, designer

  • 01:01 Maserati History - The De Tomaso Ages

    Maserati History - The De Tomaso Ages

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    The actual revival of Maserati under the management of De Tomaso took place in the eighties, with Biturbo, designed to broaden the range of the hitherto exclusive customers to a broader market.De Tomaso skilled businessman and already popular supercar man

  • 01:07 Maserati History - The company joins in Ferrari

    Maserati History - The company joins in Ferrari

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    Maserati in 1997 became part of Ferrari group and the President Luca di Montezemolo gave a strong impetus to the production of new models like the 3200 GT-powered turbo and the naturally aspirated engine Spyder, which quickly attracted the sympathies of t

  • 01:26 Maserati History - European Maserati Trophy

    Maserati History - European Maserati Trophy

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    Meanwhile in 2003 Maserati was back on track with a successful trophy reserved for clients drivers at the wheel of a large sports trophy. In 2006, the Trofeo Maserati Europe arrives at the fourth consecutive year of performing. In 2004 the presentation of

  • 02:31 Aston Martin History - The beginnings

    Aston Martin History - The beginnings

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    "Born to run", "pureblood" or "aristocratic" are just some of the terms that are often used to glorify products that never got near to the race world. Ma in the case of the old, glorious British House of Aston Martin these words have a real significance.

  • 01:40 Aston Martin History - International&New International

    Aston Martin History - International&New International

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    The most important coach realized by Bertelli was in 1928, The International, and it was destined to become one the most celebrated models of the history of Aston Martin. It was a four-cylinder engine of a capacity of half-litre with the tube box up front

  • 01:00 Aston Martin History - David Brown Bought Aston Martin

    Aston Martin History - David Brown Bought Aston Martin

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    With World War II the Aston Martin production arrested itself. When the conflict was finally over David Brown, a rich british industrialist, producer of gears and tractors, bought the British House. From that moment the Aston Martins will be called with t

  • 01:10 Aston Martin History - 1953 Aston Martin DB 2

    Aston Martin History - 1953 Aston Martin DB 2

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    With the DB2 presented in 1950, Aston Martin was now one of the few car racing British Houses to offer to his clients a Great Cruise. Despite the high price it double costed the bitter rival Jaguar, and they were built over 400 examples till 1953.--------

  • 01:47 Aston Martin History - 1953 Aston Martin DB 3&DB 3S

    Aston Martin History - 1953 Aston Martin DB 3&DB 3S

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    The same coach, as we can see from the images, was utilized at the Thousand Miles in 1953, together with the older DB2. But during the same year the engine was developed to 2,9 litres and the camshafts were lifted up to gain 182 horse-powers, as to bring

  • 02:13 Aston Martin History -  Aston Martin DB2 4&DB2 4 Spider

    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB2 4&DB2 4 Spider

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    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB2 4&DB2 4 Spider - The DB2/4 (often called a DB2/4 Mk1) is a grand tourer sold by Aston Martin from 1953 through 1957. It was based on the DB2 it replaced, available as a Drophead coupe (DHC) and 2+2 hatchback well ah

  • 01:13 Aston Martin History -  Aston Martin DB4 GT

    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB4 GT

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    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB4 GT - The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was introduced in October 1960 at the London Motor Show. It was effectively a DB4 GT, lightened and improved by the Zagato factory in Italy, by Ercole Spada. Initially the factory

  • 02:42 Aston Martin History -  Aston Martin DB R1 at 24 Hours of Le Mans (1956)

    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB R1 at 24 Hours of Le Mans (1956)

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    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB R1 at 24 Hours of Le Mans (1959) - The Aston Martin DBR1 was a sports racing car built by Aston Martin starting in 1956, intended for the World Sportscar Championship as well as non-championship sportscar races at th

  • 01:55 Aston Martin History -  Aston Martin DB5

    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB5

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    Aston Martin History - Aston Martin DB5&DB 6 - The Aston Martin DB5 is a luxury grand tourer that was made by Aston Martin. Released in 1963, it was an evolution of the final series of DB4. The DB series was named honouring David Brown (the head of Aston

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