One of the arrangements of the sale of Maserati to industrialist Omar Orsi in 1937 was that the Maserati brothers would continue to work for the company for another ten years.
At the 1919 Olympia Motor Show in London the brothers W.O. and H.M. Bentley revealed their first motor car.
The final works RSR built, and the fourth Turbo 2.1, chassis R13 was first raced by Helmuth Koenigg and Manfred Schurti during the Le Mans 4 Hours.
Traditionally organised during one of the first weekend's of the year, the Interclassics Maastricht show was held for the 25th time this year.
Marking 50 years of the brand's Plus 8 model, Morgan has teased a limited run special edition model ahead of its full unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show
The car was replaced with the Fiat 6 hp in that same year. By 1904, the ambitious company had gone through several more models and was building a Fiat 60 hp!
The 1900 was not only instrumental in Alfa's survival, it also formed the basis for some of the era's finest and extravagant designs.
Ferrari was busy constructing his first cars. Complying with his agreement he had formed a new company called Auto Avio Construzioni.
In the years before the first world war raged over Europe, Mercedes had established itself as a leading racing car manufacturer; in 1914 a Mercedes won the French Grand Prix
The surviving machines were sold to the United States, where sports car racing was still free of displacement limits. Together with the Maserati 450S, also obsolete in Europe
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