The streets of Pescara welcomed a stunning array of rare machinery earlier in the summer to mark 60 years since Grand Prix racing’s longest-ever contest, the 1957 Pescara Grand Prix. It was one of Stirling Moss’s greatest wins, lasting all but three hours.
More than half a century later a wealth of Alfa Romeos, Fiats, Jaguars, Porsches and much else shut down the historic city to parade through its centre. The following morning saw the collectors, owners and drivers tackle the old circuit in the balmy Adriatic sunshine to cap what was a special and unique event.
It proved an evocative few days, as Richard Williams told so colourfully in the September issue, which you can buy now from our shop in print or digital form.
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