MOTOR SPORT PICTORIAL REVIEW
Italian Grand Prix Goodwood National Meeting B.D.C. Fine Hill-Climb B.O.C. Prescott
Top left : CONGRATULATIONS, STIRLING.—Moss immediately after his touch-and-go victory at Monza, with hysterical Italian mechanics closing in. Top right : PROBLEM OF MONZA.—The race was won and lost on tyres; here is Castellotti’s near-side rear Englebert after high speed on the banking.
Bottom : TEAM-WORK!—Piotti’s Maserati tucks in behind Moss, whose Maserati is out of fuel, and pushes him some 21 kilometres to the pits—a dramatic incident of this year’s Grand Prix d’Europe. This assistance, of course. enabled Moss to win the race.
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