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July 14, 1958
Armed with rackets, shells and other weapons of athletic combat, a task force assaulted the Old World and left as many fields in triumph as in honorable defeat
August 18, 1958
In just over two months the sport of automobile racing has lost three drivers of the first rank: Britain's Peter Collins last week; Italy's Luigi Musso last month; America's Pat O'Connor on Memorial Day. They were...
July 21, 1958
MERCEDES INTRODUCES A NEW NOTE OF CAUTION IN THE DUTCH GRAND PRIX AS ITS GREAT FANGIO-MOSS DUO CONTINUES TO DOMINATE THE CIRCUIT
July 04, 1955 | John Bentley
The last time I visited the little Dutch resort town of Zandvoort its scrubby dunes were a maze of concrete pillboxes, a tangle of barbed wire left by the departing Wehrmacht. But that was 10 years ago. On Sunday,...
May 07, 1956 | William Rospigliosi
In a rain-soaked, accident-ridden Mille Miglia Eugenio Castellotti, idol of Italian womanhood, led a record parade of stablemates to victory