Juan Manuel Fangio
1954, Swiss Grand Prix. Fangio drives the Mercedes W196, which turns out to have been the first F1 car with direct injection.
Juan Manuel Fangio,
Racing at Goodwood with his monstruous BRM V16 P15, in 1953.
Fangio, Kling & Ascari, Reims Grand Prix, 1954.
The first two on the W196 Benz and Ascari on the Maserati 250F.
1954 French Grand Prix
Fangio/Karl Kling/Alberto Ascari.
Out of the 22 pilots, only 6 have managed to finish the race.
Juan Manuel Fangio, 1953.
“Safety first!” — thinks the driver in short sleeves.
Alfa Romeo 158 at the hands of Juan Manuel Fangio, during the 1950 British Grand Prix.
Fangio and his Maserati 250F in 1957.
Juan Manuel Fangio / Maserati 250F, 1957.
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Juan Manuel Fangio, at the Monaco Grand Prix (1955) with the Mercedes W196.
Mercedes W196, driven by Juan Manuel Fangio during the 1955 British GP.