copy of ALFA ROMEO - F1 P3 N 8 GP ITALY TEST MUSSOLINI 1933

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FERRARI 312/T4 vs RENAULT RS10

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The history of Formula 1 is full of duels at the last breath between two drivers but there is one that has unanimously always been considered the duel of duels, the most compelling one ever, despite not being a fight for the victory. And to say that he already had his own primates to go down in history with the first victory of the transalpines at home, moreover the first of a turbocharged engine. Instead what the 1st July 1979 on the Dijon circuit staged Gilles Villeneuve and René Arnoux. In fact, the two drivers arrived at the last three laps very close and gave birth to an intense fight, which went well beyond the established limits of the single-seaters of the time, made of daring overtaking, brave counter-overtaking, touched, skidded and slipped, with Ferrari decidedly faster between the curves of the French track and the turbocharged Renault that managed to recover the disadvantage on the short straight. An epic challenge that ended with Villeneuve in front of Arnoux for only 14 cents ....... With this heart-pounding gestation, the "FEVER VILLENEUVE" was conceived

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