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Formula 1 Machinery: Ferrari 158

One of the major attractions at the 2014 Autosport International Show was, undoubtedly, the feature on 1964 Formula 1 world champion John Surtees, with your eyes being immediately drawn to the stunning Ferrari 158 that he drove to his only F1 title. 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of that championship win, which made the 79-year-old the only man to win world titles on both two and four wheels. The appearance of the iconic machine at the show was a rare one, as it can usually be found at the George Barber Museum in Alabama, USA. The Car The 158 was the successor to the V6-powered 156 that had dominated the sport in 1961, but had become outdated for the following season. It was powered by a...
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