Earlier it was stated that the house/flat near Monza where Sarti takes Louise that is filled with motor-racing memorabilia actually belonged to Mimmo Dei of Scuderia Cento-Sud who greets them when they arrive.
Here are a couple of stills from the house to refresh your memory:
I can't do screen captures, so I'm using these to get the scene in the neighborhood.
On the wall next to the stairs are several racetrack outlines, with their respective names, but they're too small to read. I've identified some of them, and am hoping for help to fill in any gaps and check my work.
Left Side, working downwards:
Le Mans (France)
Middle, working downwards:
Monte Carlo (Monaco)
Right Side, working downwards
Bonus points for the top 2 on the left side, visible only when Louise is walking down the stairs right after the first picture.
Can a picture of this wall in the present day be found? I don't believe Mimmo Dei is alive anymore, but is his clubhouse/bar still standing, where these pictures were taken?
Above Sebring on the left is Siracusa, and above Reims on the right is Solitude, not Bremgarten. The top two on the left and in the middle are Buenos Aires and Pau, and there is another to the right that we cannot see enough of to identify.
Edited by Macca, 26 September 2011 - 10:01.