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#1 gdecarli

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 21:32

Hello,

I have been sent some pics from Niccolò Ricci, a guy who found them in a private collection. They have been taken at San Piero a Sieve during some Mugello event. Could anybody identify them? Thanks!

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I have just upload all of them on my Mugello page (in English, Italian available too).

Thanks,
Guido

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#2 r.atlos

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 21:52

This is the Ferrari 250LM of Casoni / Nicodemi from the 06/06/1965 event:

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#3 gdecarli

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 22:00

Originally posted by r.atlos
This is the Ferraro 250LM of Casoni / Nicodemi from the 06/06/1965 event:

Great job, thanks!
Possibly all pics have been taken in the same day...

Ciao,
Guido

#4 r.atlos

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 22:00

DeSanctis-Ford 1000 of Roberto / Benelli; also 06/06/1965:

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#5 r.atlos

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 22:01

Luigi Malanca / Luigi Foschi; Osca MT4; same date:

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#6 r.atlos

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 22:03

The Porsche 904 of Giancarlo Maestrini and Carlo Fabri; same date, of course:

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#7 HEROS

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Posted 26 October 2007 - 15:50

Always Mugello 65 :
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N°20 is the Lancia Flavia coupé of Pier Franco Tesi-Danilo Tesini, 32 th overall.

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N°116 is the Ferrari 275 GTB/2 of Antonio Maglione-Mario Maglione, 16 th overall, and N°81 is the Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ of Giancarlo Galimberti-Giuseppe Sirugo, 30 th overall.

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N° 21 is the Lancia Flavia of Fiorenzo Genta-Luigi Petri, 33 th overall.

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N°31 is the Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint of Paolo Bianchi-Nanni Galli, 12 th overall.

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Posted 26 October 2007 - 17:18

very nice pictures, are there more in this collection, some nice cars, only to be seen in italian events like mugello or targa florio, but what car is standing just behind the osca in the picture above (number 61), quite strange shapes of the boot,.....?

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Posted 26 October 2007 - 18:17

An ATS modified by Giancarlo Scotti.

#10 Bjorn Kjer

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Posted 27 October 2007 - 05:15

:wave: Good photos , good infos and being a bit of an OSCA fan AND A.T.S. the last info was very interesting. These 2500 did not do many "known races !(if its a 2500 still in this picture). Thanks :smoking:

#11 gdecarli

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 09:06

Thanks to everybody for your help, I have just updated my page. I don't know if there are any more photos, but I don't think so.

Ciao,
Guido

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 13:27

Originally posted by HEROS
Always Mugello 65 :
N°31 is the Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint of Paolo Bianchi-Nanni Galli, 12 th overall.


Took a lot of guts to race a 2600 on the original size (165x400mm) tires! :)

#13 Bruno

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 16:25

Originally posted by r.atlos
This is the Ferrari 250LM of Casoni / Nicodemi from the 06/06/1965 event:

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yes

s/n "5891" winner

#14 boekman

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 21:29

Any suggestions for the Alfa SZ next to the Lancia Flavia Sport (the registration plate is nearly readable for the experts...)?

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Posted 22 November 2007 - 22:23

Don't know about the SZ (I would love to read one day a chassis by chassis history of these cars, they must have had fascinating lives).

Has anyone seen a new book called "Circuito del Mugello 1914-1970" by Andrea Libelli ? Maybe someone can comment on it.

#16 Nanni Dietrich

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 08:57

Originally posted by HEROS
Always Mugello 65 :

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N°31 is the Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint of Paolo Bianchi-Nanni Galli, 12 th overall.


Bianchi raced under pseudonym "Pablito" (think he is at the wheel of the car).
His co-driver also raced simply as "Nanni".
Nanni Galli, future Ferrari, McLaren-Alfa Romeo and Tecno Formula 1 driver, was 24 year-old at the time, probably at his racing debut.
They finished 12th overall in that monster Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint.

In the 1965 Circuito del Mugello another famous driver who raced under pseudonym, "Riccardone" (Carlo Benelli), finished 18th overall, driving his personal Mercedes Benz 230SL, whithout co-drivers, totally alone! Think that car is visible behind the Porsche 904 of Giancarlo Maestrini-Carlo Fabri #104.

Originally posted by r.atlos
The Porsche 904 of Giancarlo Maestrini and Carlo Fabri; same date, of course:

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#17 Nanni Dietrich

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 09:05

Originally posted by boekman
Any suggestions for the Alfa SZ next to the Lancia Flavia Sport (the registration plate is nearly readable for the experts...)?


The plate number is 18558-SR.
SR is the province of Siracusa, Sicily. Probably a Targa Florio driver who decided to race also the Mugello.
In the entry list there was Rosario Buondonno in an Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ #87, think he is the man.

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 13:19

What charming photos - thanks for posting :up:

Does anyone have photos of the ATS that's seen behind the OSCA?


Justin

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Posted 28 May 2011 - 11:11

Does somebody know the chassis number of the Maestrini/Fabri Porsche 904? I couldn't find any reference to it. I guess it is the same cat thet retired during the opening lap of the Targa Florio. Even Jürgen Barth doesn't mention it in his book.

Edited by Herbert, 28 May 2011 - 11:12.


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#20 ERault

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Posted 28 May 2011 - 17:09

Does somebody know the chassis number of the Maestrini/Fabri Porsche 904? I couldn't find any reference to it. I guess it is the same cat thet retired during the opening lap of the Targa Florio. Even Jürgen Barth doesn't mention it in his book.


I have read 904.077 (from an often controversial source...)