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Ferrari to race with 1950 retro livery at Mugello

Ferrari's SF1000 will be all dressed up in a special livery for this week's Tuscan Grand Prix, the Scuderia's milestone 1,000 F1 world championship race. According to a report from Motorsport Italy, the Italian outfit's cars will roll out at Mugello painted in a darker shade of red, the color used by the Scuderia's cars at its first race, the 1950 Monaco Grand Prix. Ferrari entered three machines - Ferrari 125s - in the Principality that year, with Alberto Ascari finishing runner up to Alfa Romeo's Juan Manuel Fangio, while Raymond Sommer finished fourth, three laps behind and Luigi Villoresi retired with transmission problems. Ferrari's special livery at Mugello - a track owned by Ferrari...
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