Articles tagged Giulio Alfieri

Page 56 of October 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, October 2007

Lunch with... Jo Ramirez

The personable Mexican looks back over 40 years of Formula 1 glories and struggles, friendships and tragedies By Simon Taylor The problem is, lunch isn’t long enough. Over 40 seasons, this man has been friend and confidant to a succession of F1 heroes, helped them celebrate their victories and, too often, mourned their loss. He was inside Ferrari when it was Enzo’s fiefdom, with Tyrrell when Ken’...

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THE AMERICAN AY HISTORIC FANS IN BRITAIN MAY FLOCK TO GOOD WOOD AND COYS TO GET THEM FILL, BUT IN AMERICA IT'S PEBBLE BEACH AND LAGUNA SECA. GORDON CRUICKSHANK HEADS WEST TO SAMPLE MOTORING USA-STYLE Top row: Privilege and perfection on Pebble Beach's verdant lawns Speed 20 Alvis and sparkling Miller. Middle: Laguna's twists suited Fl dash; David Hobbs switched between racer and TV presenter....

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Stirling’s ice-cream special

Built by Maserati, paid for by an ice-cream maker and driven by Stirling Moss, the Eldorado Special should have been Europe's answer to the US invasion in the 1958 Race of Two Worlds at Monza. Doug Nye reflects Imagine, for a moment, that you're Stirling Moss. It's Sunday, 29 June, 1958, and despite your status as 'The Man' or perhaps because of it you have just become worried. You are immersed...

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"Buone, forte, veloce..."

The Maserati 250F was a titan of F1.   Doug Nye went to Italy and talked to two of its creators People -- not the cars -- are the essence of motor racing history. Unlike the chicken and the egg there's no doubting which comes first. The Maserati 250F was the first design series to win popular recognition in the modern sense as 'a historic racing car'. Yet while the nuts and bolts of the 250F...

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Two pronged attack

Maserati built the best-handling sports-racers of the mid-1950s and the most powerful. But it was unable to combine both elements, as Paul Fearnley finds out. The woodland creatures scurry, bolt and scramble, for the 'Bazooka', though still some way distant, is most definitely within earshot. This is not a car for the shy or sensitive, timid or tremulous. Genghis Khan or Vlad the Impaler would...


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