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Moments in time - the Italian Grand Prix

In our series exploring the history of Grands Prix through selected iconic images, we turn our attention to Italy, and in particular to historic Monza. This look back through the archives takes in a famous win for John Surtees, one of the closest finishes of all time, an emotional one-two for Ferrari, heartache for Mika Hakkinen, Sebastian Vettel’s stunning first win, and more…Fangio takes dramatic, last-gasp win, Monza, 1953Juan Manuel Fangio didn’t make mistakes very often, but a fatigue-induced error whilst competing in a non-championship race at Monza in 1952 nearly cost the legendary Argentine his life. After a lengthy period of recuperation the Maserati driver...
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