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THE BROTHERS MARZOTTOIn the late 1940s and early 1950s, the four Marzotto brothers earned themselves an enviable reputation in Italian racing circles. Vittorio, Giannino, Paolo, and Umberto were all very talented drivers in their own right. Thanks to their family fortune, earned in the textile business, they had the money to afford both the lifestyle and machinery required to firmly assert their p
In May 2017, McLaren made racing headlines with its return to Indianapolis after a 38-year hiatus from Works competition at that storied track. The car offered here, McLaren M24B chassis 001, was the backup car for three-time Indy winner Johnny Rutherford’s 1979 Indianapolis 500 run, which, prior to Fernando Alonso’s 2017 attempt, had been the last McLaren to race at the Brickyard. Rutherford
Named for the mythical winged horse, the striking Spanish-built Pegaso sports car emerged at the 1951 Paris Salon. Produced in the former Hispano-Suiza factory in Barcelona, it featured an advanced high-performance twin-cam V-8 and was unabashedly intended to challenge Ferrari. At one time the Pegaso was the world’s fastest production automobile, with a top speed of 150 mph. By the time of produ
Welcome to the weird world of German bubble cars. The KR175 was the first model introduced by Messerschmitt in 1953 for the mostly broke German motoring public. Messerschmitt was facing a ban on airplane production after World War II, and the KR175 (KR stands for "Kabinenroller") was their first attempt to produce a (micro) car. It has a 175 cc two-stroke engine producing 9 bhp, and top speed shou