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November 14, 1955 | Paul Deutschman
February 13, 1956
AUTO RACINGJuan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, in Ferrari, City of Buenos Aires Grand Prix. Runner-up: Stirling Moss.
March 05, 1956
Juan-Manuel Fangio, Argentina's champion racing driver, may have to cancel out of Sebring, where he was to drive for one of Ferrari's three racing teams. Under the Perón regime, Fangio was allowed to import European...
April 02, 1956
Top honors in the Sebring sports car race went, not unexpectedly, to Argentina's Juan Manuel Fangio and Italy's Eugenio Castellotti in a Ferrari. Almost of equal interest was the fine race driven by Bob Sweikert,...
April 23, 1956
Juan Manuel Fangio, daring world racing champion from Argentina, warmed up for Mille Miglia by pushing his Ferrari to track record of 104.03 mph in trials, next day averaged 97 mph as he won Grand Prix at Siracusa,...