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1956 Maserati 300S

1956 Maserati 300S

1956 Maserati 300S. By then, maserati had a car which was competitive with the best sports racing cars of its class and for many drivers, such as stirling moss, it was considered a favorite. The 300s was a very important car in maserati’s adventures:

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From 1956 to 1958 the british superstar driver stirling moss started 13 races in maserati 300s cars and he took them over in three further races having started in different models. From that total of 16 events, the maserati 300s gave him nine race wins, three second places, a third and a fifth and only two retirements. The 300s was a personal favourite of the late sir stirling moss, who took one to a famous victory in the 1956 1000 km of nürburgring, with piero taruffi.

This Seemed To Work, As The 300S Nearly Won The 1956 Sports Car Championship.

Period history of chassis 3067 by walter baumer, international maserati research. A trellis structure was used instead of the tub… The first official owner of #3067 was fernando mascarenhas, marquis of fronteiras, from lisbon, portugal.

From That Total Of 16 Events, The Maserati 300S Gave Him Nine Race Wins, Three Second Places, A Third And A Fifth And Only Two Retirements.

Twenty eight examples were produced. The 1956 maserati 300s measures 57.09 inches in width, the 1956 maserati 300s measures 163.39 inches in length, and has a wheelbase of 90.95 inches. By then, maserati had a car which was competitive with the best sports racing cars of its class and for many drivers, such as stirling moss, it was considered a favorite.

Vehicles With Similar 6.36 Hp/Weight Ratio.

For two years was its best car, in 1956 it was very near to win the championship, and gave to the factory great commercial and sports. The 300s was a personal favourite of the late sir stirling moss, who took one to a famous victory in the 1956 1000 km of nürburgring, with piero taruffi. It used three weber carburettors, initially 42dco3, later 45dco3.

The 300S Was A Very Important Car In Maserati’s Adventures:

In preparation for the 1956 season, the 300 s was given a longer and more aerodynamic front end. From 1956 to 1958 the british superstar driver stirling moss started 13 races in maserati 300s cars and he took them over in three further races having started in different models. The compression ratio was reduced from 12:1 to 9.5:1, partly due to the fia regulations requiring the engine to be run on road car fuel.

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