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Achille Varzi, Guiseppe Campari & Tazio Nuvolari

Achille Varzi, Guiseppe Campari & Tazio Nuvolari

Tazio Nuvolari - legendary Italian pre-war GP Driver - mid 1920s to mid 1930s

Tazio Nuvolari - legendary Italian pre-war GP Driver - mid 1920s to mid 1930s

Tazio Nuvolari climbs out of his Auto Union after winning the Belgrade Grand Prix

Tazio Nuvolari climbs out of his Auto Union after winning the Belgrade Grand Prix

GP ITALIA 1937 , ALFA romeo 12C-36 #22 of Tazio Nuvolari with Bernd Rosemeyer

GP ITALIA 1937 , ALFA romeo 12C-36 #22 of Tazio Nuvolari with Bernd Rosemeyer

Tazio Nuvolari su Alfa Tipo B detta “P3” al Gran Premio di Monza. 1932

Tazio Nuvolari su Alfa Tipo B detta “P3” al Gran Premio di Monza. 1932

The Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari, along with his navigator, waiting for the start of the third Mille Miglia. Italy, 1929 MONDADORI PORTFOLIO

The Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari, along with his navigator, waiting for the start of the third Mille Miglia. Italy, 1929 MONDADORI PORTFOLIO

Monaco 1958 Sempre Luigi Musso che precede Hawthorn e Schell al Gasometro...

Monaco 1958 Sempre Luigi Musso che precede Hawthorn e Schell al Gasometro...

Tazio Nuvolari at the Ulster TT race, 1933. Tazio Nuvolari engaged in conversation with Hugh McConnell, the race organiser. Nuvolari won the race, driving an MG Magnette.The Italian was one of the legendary figures of the 'golden age' of motor racing in the 1930s. The 'Flying Mantuan' as he was known, moved to car racing in 1924 after a successful career racing motorcycles. His skill and daring took him to 200 major race victories and he was European Grand Prix Champion in 1932.

Tazio Nuvolari at the Ulster TT race, 1933. Tazio Nuvolari engaged in conversation with Hugh McConnell, the race organiser. Nuvolari won the race, driving an MG Magnette.The Italian was one of the legendary figures of the 'golden age' of motor racing in the 1930s. The 'Flying Mantuan' as he was known, moved to car racing in 1924 after a successful career racing motorcycles. His skill and daring took him to 200 major race victories and he was European Grand Prix Champion in 1932.

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