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Thanks shortleg for this Alpine story at Targa Florio

In 1967, n°180 was a A110

https://aws-cf.caradisiac.com/prod/mesimages/172915/A110Targa67.jpg

and n°182 was not really a A210. His nickname was ''la sauterelle'' ( grass-hoper), a châssis GT4 and a body M64.

https://aws-cf.caradisiac.com/prod/mesimages/172915/SauterelleTarga67.jpg

What means ND? not departure?

See you next.

 

 

You are right! Thanks for clarification,the starting list is evidently wrong! :non:

N.D. means not departure,yes.

ATTENTION, I have to bring up to date about Alpine participations list on '71:

 

1971

 

n°115 Capra-Lepri A110 1,3 32°

n°117 Colombo-Tandoj A110 1,3 ab. (Tandoj dead on race)

n°118 Ramoino-Trenti A110 1,3 ab.

n°119 Ljacono-Mantia A110 1,3 ab.

 

pardon for the omissions! :jap:

 

WHAT A RARE PICTURES, I never seen them, precious contribute to Targa section.

 

BYE and see next from Shortleg

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Sperando che vi sia ancora qualcuno su questo ormai desolato Forum, pubblico il mio ultimo lavoro modellistico di Targa: Alfa Romeo 33TT12 vincitrice della Targa Florio 1975 con Nino Vaccarella e Artu

Io mi limito alle cosine semplice, ma che mancano nella bacheca delle miniature di Giro e Targa.   La seconda fase del Giro di Sicilia, dopo una interruzione di 13 anni, non ha avuto il successo sper

Provo a mostravi il mio ultimo piccolo lavoro. Si tratta della Maserati T 61 Targa Florio 1960 condotta da Vaccarella e Maglioli. Il modello è un Leo Model 1/43 della collezione Maserati da

Hello friends, here I am.

This evening I'll show you some images from starting boxes

 

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1930

 

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1935

 

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1968 from left: n°220 Vaccarella-Schutz; n°192 L.Bianchi-Casoni; n°182 Baghetti-Biscaldi

 

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1968 from left: n°224 Elford-Maglioli; n°226 Siffert-Stommelen; n°230 Mitter-Scarfiotti

 

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1969 starting grid

 

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1970 from left: n°20 Elford-Herrmann; n°12 Siffert-Redman; n°36 Attwood-Waldegaard, n°40 Rodriguez-Kinnunen

 

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1973 from left: n°9 Kinnunen_Haldi; n°107T and 107 Pucci-Stekkonig; n°8 Muller-VanLennep

 

see next

 

 

 

 

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Hello ronny, in 1912-13-14 the race was denominated Giro di Sicilia-Targa Florio because took place on route of Giro di Sicilia (km 1050 around Isle) and was valid for 7^,8^,9^Targa Florio, like in '48,'49 and '50.

The car n°17 in 1920 (Baldoni) was forced to withdrawal.

Now I'd like to profit by to show some images from Giro di Sicilia

 

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1948 Biondetti-Troubetzkoy (winner)

 

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1950 Nuvolari on Cisitalia Abarth (ab.)

 

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1950 Bornigia-Bornigia on AlfaRomeo 6C compet. (winner)

 

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1950 Taruffi on Ferrari 375 (ab.)

 

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1952 Marzotto P.-Marini on Ferrari 166 MM (winner)

 

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1953 Villoresi-Cassani on Ferrari 340 MM (winner)

 

see next, bye :jap:

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Hallo Targa Fans

I´m a journalist in Germany. As I´m writing a book about the Porsche activities at the Targa Florio I´m looking for some photographs of the 1970 event. Especially I search pictures of the Porsche 917, which was driven during the Pretesting (many laps) and the practise (just one lap, 5th fastest time) by Vic Elford. The car was painted red and Elford had an accident during the pretests. Due to the heat it was also driven without doors.

Furthermore I´m looking for pictures af the accident when a Porsche mechanic crashed the car near Cefalu. Probably you know that the car burned and was completly destroyed.

If you know pictures I would appreciate it very much if you could name me the photographer. Published pictures will be paid for of course.

I made a lot of pictures during the 1971, 1972 and 1973 race. Perhaps I can post them sometime , when I have more time.

 

Thanks for your help.

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Thanks shortleg

 

I know the picture you posted. It´s an AP-picture and it´s published in Vic Elfords book. But how do you know the car is blue ? In the galleries of "Targa Florio.net" they have a color-picture of the same car at the pits near Cerda - and the car is defenitely red with white stripes. If you have got some real informations of a blue car, then there must have been 2 different 917.

 

Perhaps someone knows more about this car and the car, which was destroyed by the mechanic.

 

Thanks again

Carlos

 

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Hi

I have this picture from a very long time, more than 50 years, and I don't remember who and when but I'm pretty sure that it is at the Targa-Florio (and that it was a dnf !). Maybe you know shortleg?

Bye

Pifpafadonf

 

BugTarga1

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Thanks shortleg

 

I know the picture you posted. It´s an AP-picture and it´s published in Vic Elfords book. But how do you know the car is blue ? In the galleries of "Targa Florio.net" they have a color-picture of the same car at the pits near Cerda - and the car is defenitely red with white stripes. If you have got some real informations of a blue car, then there must have been 2 different 917.

 

Perhaps someone knows more about this car and the car, which was destroyed by the mechanic.

 

Thanks again

Carlos

 

 

Hello, here is the colour picture! :sol:

In March '70 the Porsche came in Sicily to comparative tests with a 917 red colour, but that car was destroyed by a mechanic. In May (I was there :love: ) the car taking part in official tests was blue colour, driven by Elford with n°2. Now is all clear?

bye from Shortleg

 

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Hi

I have this picture from a very long time, more than 50 years, and I don't remember who and when but I'm pretty sure that it is at the Targa-Florio (and that it was a dnf !). Maybe you know shortleg?

Bye

Pifpafadonf

 

https://aws-cf.caradisiac.com/prod/mesimages/360937/BugTarga1

 

 

Hello pifpa, here I'm:

this is the Bugatti of a Parisian engineer Louis Charavel (nickname "Sabipa") off road in '27 Targa.

 

see soon

 

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Hi shortleg, thanks for the answer about "Sabipa". Here the arrival of Mme Junek in 1928, in a long article about her in Road &Track of february .60 it is said that people where so surprised about her performance that the flagman failed to stop Divo who actually drove 6 laps. I have never seen that anywhere else, do you know if it is true?

 

TF28-E.Junek

 

Bye

Pifpafadonf

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Hi shortleg, thanks for the answer about "Sabipa". Here the arrival of Mme Junek in 1928, in a long article about her in Road &Track of february .60 it is said that people where so surprised about her performance that the flagman failed to stop Divo who actually drove 6 laps. I have never seen that anywhere else, do you know if it is true?

 

https://aws-cf.caradisiac.com/prod/mesimages/360937/TF28-E.Junek

 

Bye

Pifpafadonf

 

 

Hi pifpa, what written in Road&Track is not correct; Divo finished regularly, on the contrary, Chiron (4°) engrossed in the race, continued for another lap (108 km)! When returned on start line he was looked fresh and satisfacted like before beginning !!!

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Hi pifpa, what written in Road&Track is not correct; Divo finished regularly, on the contrary, Chiron (4°) engrossed in the race, continued for another lap (108 km)! When returned on start line he was looked fresh and satisfacted like before beginning !!!

see next

 

 

Tanks shortleg. The older I grew, the more doubtfull I am about what people write in books and magazines. I follow lots of forums and I discover everywhere that things I took for granted where just bullshit! I am not surprised about Chiron, the man must have been a real athlete and even at sixty he had a better allure than many guys half that age and just the way he was walking showed that he was still really fit.

So long, pifpafadonf

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Tanks shortleg. The older I grew, the more doubtfull I am about what people write in books and magazines. I follow lots of forums and I discover everywhere that things I took for granted where just bullshit! I am not surprised about Chiron, the man must have been a real athlete and even at sixty he had a better allure than many guys half that age and just the way he was walking showed that he was still really fit.

So long, pifpafadonf

 

 

Actually, I think M.me Junek lost probably the race in cause of a puncture and mainly in cause of tiredness after a stressfull car chase to close the gap. It's all!

bye again

 

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Hello, here I am to show you more photos on twenties

 

1924 Giulio Masetti on Mercedes

 

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1926 Masetti's fatal accident on Delage

 

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1926 Emilio Materassi on Hispano Suiza

 

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1926 Antonio Borzacchini on Salmson

 

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1927 Andrè Boillot on Peugeot

 

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1927 Aymo Maggi on Maserati

 

ciao

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Great photos and beautifull paintings shortleg, such a wonderfull ambiance.

Comme je n'ai plus confiance dans mes sources je vous laisse désormais le soin d'identifier les photos que je poste (je suis sur que plusieurs fidéles du topic s'en feront un plaisir)

 

TF-00

© "Champion"

 

la même voiture dans différentes revues de l'époque:

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© MotoringMagazine NZ

 

TF-228-02

© MotoringMagazine NZ

 

TF-228-03

© Quatroruotte

 

TF-228-04

© Auto Italiana

 

Bonne fin de week-end.

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What a beautiful images Pifpa :sol:

This is the Porsche 910 '67 winner of Stommelen-Hawkins (the australian driver falled in the sea in Montecarlo GP)

 

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'67 winners

 

More images from '67

 

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J.C.Killy and Cahier

 

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Vaccarella-Scarfiotti (Ferrari 330 P4)

 

...and american cars...

 

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P.Hill-Sharp on Chaparral 2F

 

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Greder-Giorgi on Ford Gt 40

 

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The Ford GT 40 of Ligier-Schlesser

 

bye :jap:

 

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