Fangio

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Fangio, El Demonio De Las Pistas
... Fangio, el demonio de las pistas is a 1950 Argentine film. ...
1956 Argentine Grand Prix
... With the withdrawal of Mercedes from Formula One, Fangio and Moss would begin the season with new teams ... Fangio would join Ferrari while Moss would lead the Maserati team ... occupied the first three grid positions with Fangio’s pole time 2.2 sec faster than second ...
Mercedes-Benz W196 - Open Wheel
... Fangio, who had already won the first two GPs of 1954 with a Maserati, won this and the two following GPs, securing his 2nd World Championship ... finish 0.2 seconds ahead of stable mate Fangio at his home event, the 1955 British Grand Prix, his first GP win, a race where Mercedes romped home with a 1-2-3-4 finish ... Despite its good track performance, drivers Fangio and Moss described the car in Motor Sport magazine as being "a bit difficult to drive, with a tendency for snap oversteer" ...
Mercedes-Benz In Motorsport - Grand Prix Motor Racing - 1954-1955 Dominance
... Juan Manuel Fangio, a previous champion (1951) transferred mid-season from Maserati to Mercedes-Benz for their debut at the French Grand Prix on 4 July 1954 ... The team had immediate success and recorded a 1-2 victory with Fangio and Karl Kling, as well as the fastest lap (Hans Herrmann) ... Fangio went on to win three more races in 1954, winning the Championship ...
1978 Australian Grand Prix - Post Race Exhibition
... awarded the Lex Davison Trophy for winning from five time World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio, stating in his short victory speech that meeting Fangio was a greater honor than having won his 3rd AGP ... Following this, Fangio, Australia's three time world champ, Jack Brabham, Bob Jane driving a Masarati and former racer turned Holden dealer Bill Patterson driving a Cooper ... Fangio was driving one of his old Mercedes-Benz W196's while Brabham (not yet Sir Jack) drove his own 1966 championship winning, Repco powered Brabham BT19, with Brabham 'winning' the ...