In the countryside

18. Feb 2021 
by Pierre Van Vliet

In 1957 was held the only Italian Grand Prix at Pescara, on the longest race track (25,579 km) in the history of the Formula One World Championship.

It went through the city before continuing into the superb green and hilly countryside as seen on this beautiful image (above) of the Maserati 250F of Juan-Manuel Fangio who will capture the world title despite finishing second to Stirling Moss (Vanwall).

Third place went to the American (living in Paris) Harry Schell at the wheel of another Maserati 250F (picture here-under), who scored the best result of his career and a podium in great company!

Source: DR

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