45. Maserati 250 f

45. Maserati 250f

A huge crowd turned out at Silverstone to see if Mercedes could repeat their Reims rout. In the end, just two silver cars arrived for Fangio and Kling. Maserati had nine cars, whilst Ferrari had three for the experienced trio of Hawthorn, Gonzales and Trintignant.  Fangio set Silverstone’s fastest ever lap, breaking to 100 mph barrier with a lap of 100.35 mph. It was Gonzalez who led away and held the lead until the flag. Behind him, Fangio passed Hawthorn for second but after colliding several times with oil drums in a difficult handling car he dropped to fourth. Moss took over the position but retired with rear axle problems, leaving Hawthorn to follow home for a Ferrari 1-2 and young Marimon to take his first podium place. Luigi Villoresi dropped out with engine problems after 40 laps.

 

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37. Maserati 26 M

37. Maserati 26M

The Maserati 26 M 2500 dominated the 1930 Grand Prix season having its debut at VI Premio Reale di Roma. The first event at Prescott was staged in April 1938 on what is now the short course. As announced in Motor Sport : The opening rally on April 10th will comprise an assembly at Cheltenham for lunch, followed by a run to Prescott and possibly timed runs up the hill, followed by tea at the Prescott clubhouse. Unofficial fastest time in April was set by Craig in a 4.9 litre supercharged Bugatti in a time of 55.58 seconds. Stirling Moss’ first hillclimb was at Prescott on May 9 1948, driving a MK2 Cooper. He had hoped to enter at Shelsley Walsh somewhat earlier, but had been thwarted in his ambition as there were no spaces left in the entrylist. On his actual debut at Prescott, Moss came fourth in the 500 cc class. On September 9, 1951 at the Bugatti Owners Club International Event, Ken Wharton broke the record in a time of 43.81 sec. in a Cooper 1.000 cc.

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25. Maserati 26 M Targa Florio 1930

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 Maserati 26 M

The Maserati 26 M cars made their debut in the Targa Florio in 1930 and four were entered for Luigi Arcangeli, Borzacchini, Giuseppe Fagioli and Ernesto Maserati. The opposition including a strong entry of Bugatti’s and Alfa’s with Archille Varzi, Tazio Nuvolari, Giuseppe Campari and Count Aymo Magi. Luigi Arcangeli with car number 14 won the race.

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17. Maserati 26 m

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The Maserati 26 m were thirteen Grand Prix race cars made between 1930 and 1932. Before the 26 m the original 8 cylinder tipo 28/8c 1500 from 1926 evolved into version such as 26b 26c/8c 2100 and 26r. Based on these the 26 m was designed in 1930 as mostly single scaters. (m meaning monoposto) and also refered to a 8c 2500 (8 cylinder 2500 cc). The 26 m – 8c 2500 dominated the 1930 Grand Prix season having its debut at V1 premio reale di Roma. In the first half of the 1931 Grand Prix season it lost to Alfa Romeo 8c and Bugatti T 51. A higher bore and carburators became the 26/8c 2800 that won at the IV Gran Premio di Monza (Luigi Fagioli 6 September 1931) and Mountains championship at Brooklands (Tim Birkin 17 October 1931)

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10. Maserati 250 f

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Maserati 250 f makes his debut in the Grand Prix of Great Britain in 1950 and was the favourite of Sir Stirling Moss. It has a 6 cylindre in line and a capacity of 2499 cc with 270 bhp.

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9. Maserati 250 f

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The Maserati 250 f principally used the SSG 220 bhp 2.5 litre Maserati A6 straight engine and 13.4 inch drum brakes. The 250 f first raced in the 1954 Argentine Grand Prix where Juan Manuel Fangio won the first of his two victories before he left for the new Mercedes Benz team. Fangio won the 1954 Driver World Championship with points gained with both Maserati and Mercedes Benz. Stirling Moss raced his own privately owned 250 f  for the full 1954 season. In 1956 Stirling Mos won at the Italian Grand Prix and the Monaco Grand Prix in his private car. In 1956 three 250 f T2 cars first appeared for the works drivers. The new car had 315 bhp and a V12 engine. although it offered little or no real advantage over the older straight 6. In 1957 Juan Manuel Fangio drove to four more championship victories, including his legendary final win at German Grand Prix at the Nürnburgring 4th of August 1957. He broke the lap record at the Nürnburgring 10 times.

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