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Nürburgring GP 1957.
On 1 December 1914 established the five brothers, Alfieri, Bindo, Carlo, Ernesto and Ettore Maserati in Bologna the Società Anonima Officine Alfieri Maserati, particularly Alfieri and Carlo were known as a racing driver. The trident as a trademark, the Tridente, comes from the Fountain of Neptune in Bologna. The company initially built exclusively racing cars. Especially in the 1950s, the cars were successful. 1957 Maserati took part with the Maserati 250F and Juan Manuel Fangio at the Formula 1 World Championship, winning his fifth world title. "El Chueco", ie "The bandy-legged," was superior in spite of his almost 40 years of competition at the driver's driving ability and tactical skill. His Early Advertising of BP, Marlboro, Campari and Dunlop was taken up and incorporated in a vintage style. Please note these items are dispatched from Germany and will be dispatched within 2 weeks of purchase.
Drivers: Jean Miguel Fangio
Motorsport Year: 1957
Dimensions: 1.2 x 1m