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Print Fangio Maserati 250F

'The Greatest Grand Prix'


Juan-Manuel Fangio's victory in the 1957 German Grand Prix in his Maserati 250F was his last GP win and his greatest. After a pit stop he trailed the Ferrari's of Hawthorn and Collins by a minute, but clawed back the deficit to pass them on the penultimate lap, breaking the lap record several times on the way. 


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Australian Jack Brabham heads for victory at Aintree to win the 1959 British Grand Prix in his Cooper-Climax T51. Cooper caused a sensation with their small rear-engined design which revolutionised Grand Prix racing forever. Brabham became World Champion in this car, his first of three World Championship titles. 


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'A National Hero'

In the 1955 British Grand Prix at Aintree, Stirling Moss beat his illustrious team mate Juan-Manuel Fangio to become the first British driver to win his home race. The Mercedes W196 cars were dominant, crushing the opposition and finishing in the first four places.  


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'Monaco 1950'

Juan-Manuel Fangio passes the wrecked cars from a first lap pile-up at Tabac, to win the 1950 Monaco Grand Prix in his Alfa Romeo 158. A freak wave flooded the track causing the crash, however the brilliant Argentinian emerged unscathed to win. 


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'A British First'

English Ferrari driver Mike Hawthorn fought a race-long duel with Argentinian Juan-Manuel Fangio in

the 1953 French Grand Prix at Reims. Hawthorn's Ferrari 500 beat Fangio's Maserati A6 GCM by just one second after 500km of racing. In doing so Hawthorn became the first British driver to win a Formula 1 World Championship Grand Prix.


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'Best of British'

The British Vanwall team shocked the home teams in the 1957 Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The British racing green liveried cars occupied the first three places on the grid, ahead of numerous red Maserati 250Fs and Lancia-Ferraris. Stirling Moss took his third win of the season in his Vanwall VW5, to finish runner-up to Maserati's Fangio in the World Championship.


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