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#1 teegeefla

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Posted 09 October 2011 - 06:12

I am starting a separate thread from my recent one concerning the Schell and Fangio Maserati 300s entries for Cuba 1957 because I may have found a bit of information.

Both these cars, and a few others including Moss' Maserati 200, were entered by something known as Scuderia Madunina; so had anyone ever heard of this entrant before or since? Thanks.

Tom

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#2 Tim Murray

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Posted 09 October 2011 - 07:00

If you do a search on 'Madunina' you'll find plenty of mentions in earlier threads, including this one:

Scuderia Madunina, Looking for pilotes anciens

#3 Ted Walker

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Posted 09 October 2011 - 07:25

A team of that that were active in Historic racing in the 80s

#4 iicarJohn

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Posted 01 March 2012 - 23:28

I am starting a separate thread from my recent one concerning the Schell and Fangio Maserati 300s entries for Cuba 1957 because I may have found a bit of information.

Both these cars, and a few others including Moss' Maserati 200, were entered by something known as Scuderia Madunina; so had anyone ever heard of this entrant before or since? Thanks.

Tom


I'm afraid that I don't have any notes gathered yet on 1957 but from notes I have taken in the past about the Scuderia Madunina:

Scuderia Madunina
The Scuderia Madunina was a spin-off 1953 from The Scuderia Autieri by a few dissatisfied members.
presidente: Vigorelli (Bruno or Fofi?) "animatore": Marcello Giambertone
1953: Marcello Giambertone, Umberto Stefani, Franco Albarello, Alfranco Pagani, Bruno Mangano
1953: Giovanni Langmann, in his book “Scuderia Mediolanum” indicates that Mario Negretti was president but perhaps this was 1954?
1954: Presidente: Mario Negretti, Segretario: Marcello Giambertone,
1954: Consiglieri: Ghino Longo, Gianni Brichetti, Giovanni Cosulich, Marenghi, Brambilla, Perone and Alfranco Pagani (son-in-law to Negretti)
1954: At the end of 1954, Mario Negretti, Alfranco Pagani and Arrigo Cocchetti left to form “Scuderia Mediolanum”.
1955 Milano viale Bligny, 26
1962 Milano Corso Venezia 29