F1 COLLECTION 150
MASERATI 250F - 1958
Maserati 250F as driven by Carroll Shelby
At the end of 1957, Maserati had announced that it was ceasing its racing activities, but in order to make the most of its existing material, it turned to two private teams: Guglielmo Dei’s Centro Sud in Italy and Americans Temple Buell. But the rule change in 1957 meant that however many cars he beat to the finish line, Carroll Shelby would not receive a championship point despite coming fourth for Temple Buell.
This issue checks out Scuderia Centro Sud which was active from 1956 to 1965, the first team in F1 history to run a female driver.
Plus there are a couple of great photos from the battle between Jim Clark and John Surtees in the 1963 German Grand Prix, and a look back at François Cevert, the talented Frenchman tragically killed in 1973.
- Release date: 17 Aug 2022
- Product type: Partwork
- Binding: Saddle Stitched
- Available for delivery to the following countries: United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Ireland
- Shipped from: UK