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September 13, 1954 | John Bentley
THE CUMBERLAND CLASSIC KICKS OFF THE EASTERN SEASON WITH ELEVEN RACES FOR 272 DRIVERS, AMERICA'S BIGGEST EVENT EVER
May 23, 1955 | John Bentley
Into the bustling, rain-soaked railroad junction town of Cumberland, Md. (pop. 37,000) there descended last weekend an automotive avalanche unparalleled in the postwar history of American sports car racing. Lashed on...
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,...
October 10, 1955 | John Bentley
IN PARIS AND LONDON THE 1956 MODEL SPORTS CARS ARE GOING ON DISPLAY. HEREWITH A DETAILED PREVIEW OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EUROPEAN CREATIONS
December 12, 1955 | Kenneth Rudeen
THE OFF-TRACK BUZZ: STIRLING MOSS MAKES A CHANGE, INDY GETS AN OFFER FROM MONZA, AND A SLOW BURN HEATS UP A COLD CORVETTE