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June 13, 1955
Experts pick the Germans to win at Le Mans, but competition from Ferraris and Jaguars will be stiff, with engine or driver failure always a threat to all entries
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,...
IN THE AINTREE GRAND PRIX MERCEDES PROVES THAT IT HAS THE BEST RACING CAR AND THE BEST RACING TEAM IN THE WORLD
July 25, 1955 | John Bentley
Mercedes-Benz, in this fourth year of its postwar resurrection, has become to motor racing what Rocky Marciano is to heavyweight boxing—a seemingly invincible combination of tremendous stamina and superb...
May 13, 1963 | Mary Jane Hodges
The brawny diesel engine is about to crash small-boat high society
September 15, 1969 | Denis Jenkinson
A British authority drives a fascinating dream car and predicts that its system of rotors (inset) will supplant the time-honored reciprocating piston engine at Mercedes-Benz