Ferrari from Holland broke through with a bang in the middle 70s. But circumstances in Holland did that many artists disappeared from the international.
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Discover all the specifications of the Ferrari 340 mexico, 1952: dimensions, wheel and tyres, suspension, and performance. Resounding success in the 1951 Carrera Panamericana convinced Enzo Ferrari to create this car. Only four examples were built in all by Vignale: three Berlinettas and one Spider. To meet the incredible competition head on, a more geared-up fifth gear was added as were new cylinder heads with quadruple carburettors that would further boost the engine’s already impressive power. The rear axle and transmission were also further strengthened. Chinetti and Lucas went on to finish the race in third position.
The Ferrari 340 Mexico was a Ferrari race car which was intended for the 1952 Carrera Panamericana. It used . L Lampredi V12 engine producing around 280 hp (209 kW). Just 4 were made in 1952, 3 Vignale Berlinettas and 1 Vignale Spyder; all designed by Giovanni Michelotti. Chinetti and Lucas finished the race at third place in berlinetta. The Ferrari 340 MM was an evolution of the 340 Mexico with shorter wheelbase
La Ferrari 312 B è la vettura di F1 con cui il Cavallino partecipò alle stagioni del 1970 e del 1971. La monoposto ottenne in totale 5 vittorie di cui 4 nel 1970 quando la Ferrari sfiorò il mondiale piloti con Jacky Ickx terminato secondo con 40 punti, 5 in meno di Jochen Rindt (Lotus Ford). 1:18 Exoto Ferrari 312B Winner F1 GP of Mexico 1970 - Jacky Ickx - Item GPC97063. Ferrari 312B F1 1970.
Ferrari 340 Mexico Berlinetta – Car Profile. Alberto Ascari was a man in a hurry. In a relatively short Grand Prix career between 1948 and 1955, he became Formula One World Champion in 1952 and 1953, winning nine consecutive races on his way to the 1952 title. Ascari also finished second in Mexico’s La Carrera Panamericana in 1951, teamed with Luigi Villoresi in the second of two factory Ferrari 212 Inter Berlinettas.
Mexico is the ninth studio album by the Icelandic electronic musicians GusGus, released on Kompakt label, following successful album Arabian Horse. It contains nine tracks, one of which is instrumental. After several line-up changes, Mexico was produced by Stephan Stephensen (aka President Bongo) and Birgir Þórarinsson (aka Biggi Veira). Högni Egilsson of Hjaltalín, Daníel Ágúst Haraldsson and Urður Hákonardóttir made appearance as vocalists for this LP.
The 1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico is powered by a V-12 engine that displaces 4102cc and produces 280 horsepower. The wheelbase measures 102 inches and the car weighs 2200 pounds. Top speed is in the neighborhood of 163 miles per hour. This example was built for the sole purpose of bringing victory to the Ferrari team in the Third Carrera Panamerica Road Race. The course stretched over 2000 miles of open road up the length of Mexico and was held in eight legs. Ferrari's first foray to the Carrera Panamericana was in 1951 when two Ferrari 212 coupes finished in 1st and 2nd place. The following year, fueled by this success, Ferrari adapted the 4-liter, V12 340 America which had won the 1951 Mille Miglia and prepared three lightweight 340 coupes and one Barchetta, all named 'Mexico,' for the 1952 Carrera Panamericana. This car was driven by Volloresi and Cornacchi but failed to reach the finish although one of the Ferraris finished 3rd. In the 1953 race Phil Hill and Richie Ginther drove this car but sadly they too failed to finish.
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|NG 2253||Ferrari||Mexico (7", Single)||Negram||NG 2253||Netherlands||1977|
|006 EMD 99 347||Ferrari||Mexico (7", Single)||Emidisc , Crystal||006 EMD 99 347||Germany||1977|
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