Articles tagged Guiseppe Campari

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THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX

THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX. MAGNIFICENT VICTORY OF VETERAN CAMPARI, DRIVING A MASERATI, AFTER A KEEN DUEL WITH PHILIPPE ETANCELIN (ALFA ROMEO). G, E. T. EYSTON (ALFA ROMEO) GAINS WELL DESERVED THIRD PLACE. OFFICIAL BUGATTI TEAM NON-STARTERS. DRIVING an 8 cylinder Maserati of 2,994 c.c. capacity, the veteran Italian racing-driver Guiseppe Campari won the Grand Prix de l'A.C.F. on the Montlhery road-and...

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The Targa Florio

Another victory for Bugatti after keen duel with Alfa-Romeo By our continental correspondent For the fourth time in succession the Targa Florio, the greatest road race of the year, has been won by Bugatti. This time the successful driver was Albert Divo, who is recognised as among the very first rank of French aces, and who handled his car with consummate skill in spite of very little practice on...

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Complex inferiority

In 1924, Delage unveiled France's new Grand Prix hope. Its sophisticated V12 engine promised much but in vain, as Anthony Pritchard explains Amongst the exotic noises at the 2003 Goodwood Festival of Speed, one of the sweetest came from the Brooklands Paddock behind the stables. A high, multi-cylinder rasp, it spoke not with an Italian accent, but with a French one, for it came from Lukas Hüni's...

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HISTORY OF THE RACE

HISTORY OF THE RACE. The first Italian Grand Prix was run in 1921 on the Brescia road circuit, and was won by Jules Goux on one of the 3-litre Ballots, which were so narrowly defeated that year by the Duesenberg in the French Grand Prix. Goux covered the 326 miles of the race in 3 hours 35 minutes 9 seconds, and was followed home by Jean Chassagne also on a straight-eight Ballot and Louis Wagner...

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