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Luigi Villoresi

Luigi Villoresi Ferrari Memorabilia
1909 - 1997

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1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg

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1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg

1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg.

This is a fantastic shot of Luigi Villoresi on May 26 at the start of the 1949 Grand Prix de Luxembourg in the factory entered Ferrari 166 MM, S/N 0016M.

Luigi would go on to win the race.

It was only the car's second race and it seems to be residing in Argentina nowadays.

It measures some 9.5 x 6 inches (24 x 17.5 cm), is glossy black & white and appears to be a more recent print.

Only 1 available.

 

1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg

1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg

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1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg

1949 Photo of on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg.

This is a fantastic shot of Luigi Villoresi on May 26 en route to victory in the 1949 Grand Prix de Luxembourg in the factory entered Ferrari 166 MM, S/N 0016M.

It was only the car's second race and it seems to be residing in Argentina nowadays.

It measures some 9.5 x 6 inches (24 x 17.5 cm), is glossy black & white and appears to be a more recent print.

Only 1 available.

 

 

1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg

Vintage 1952 Le Mans Program Booklet

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Vintage 1952 Le Mans Program Booklet

Vintage 1952 Le Mans Race Program.

Decent condition for its age with some visible wear & tear to the cover (see pictures).

The design of the 1952 program cover came from world-renowned motorsport artist Geo Ham who opted for the symbolic approach. The place is the the Esses with the major contenders (Jaguar, Aston Martin and Cunningham) storming towards the Tertre Rouge turn in controlled slides...

The race was won by Herrmann Lang and Fritz Riess in their Mercedes Benz 300 SL with a total of 277 laps to their name.

For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1952.

Only 1 available.

Vintage 1952 Le Mans Program Booklet