The great Tazio Nuvolari, a fearless and amazing driver that shaped the profile of modern racing drivers.
This was taken during the Monza Grand Prix of 1934, the car seems to be a Maserati 6C, but I might be wrong.
Back in 1934, the competing GP brands were mainly Mercedes-Benz, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Bugatti and Auto-Union.
Franco Forini — Osella FA1G (Alfa Romeo 1.5 V8T)
Monza, Italy, 1987.
Jim Clark, Monza, 1967, Lotus 49.
Jean-Pierre Beltoise — BRM P160E
Monza, Italy, 1973.
“I don’t need this!”
Grand Prix weekends Revival
Monza Grand Prix, Italy, 1987.
Zakspeed team: Martin Brundle & Christian Danner (871).
Ronnie Peterson’s accident in Monza, Italy, 1978.
BMW 3.0 CS, Monza, Von Stuck (1973)
Jack Brabham and the Brabham BT24 at Monza, Italy (1967)
Ronnie Peterson’s Lotus 78 (1978)
After an incident with Hunt’s car, Peterson was thrown against the rails and immediately caught fire. Although he was taken out of the Lotus alive, his legs were both crushed. He didn’t survive the injuries.
Chris Amon — Ferrari 312/68