// Thelma the CB550 //
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Maria Teresa de Filippis then and now — Though she may not be a household name, de Filippis changed the Formula 1 racing community forever when she was selected by Maserati to represent them in the ‘56 Naples Grand Prix, in which she placed second. She then raced in the F1 professionally for only one year before retiring after a host of horrifying racing accidents killed many of her friends. She turned her back on racing for nearly two decades, before eventually joining — and later becoming Vice President of — the International Club of Former F1 Grand Prix Drivers, and founding the Maserati Club in 2004. This racing pioneer opened the doors for women in the professional motor racing community; that definitely makes her this week’s WCW! More info about de Filippis, and other fast females here: http://en.espnf1.com/f1/motorsport/story/44865.html
BMW R100, MK 18
Check out my most recent shoot with Dustin’s 1972 Datsun 510. The entire set is now on the blog, so please click the link above to see it! The full article feature is also on catuned.com, so be sure to read that, too.
1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R KPGC110
La Pantera Bianca. The White Panther.
It took part in the 1985 Australian GT Championship, and won all races it took part in.
A little bio about this car!
Cobra Street Version
Favorite car from the Italian Car fest and it wasn’t even part of the show.
Photos by Dino Dalle Carbonare
Mazda Chantez Turbo by Re-Amemiya
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