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TRACK RECORD

TRACK RECORD

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Compete to win. Our story is made up of epic victories, broken records and indomitable drivers. Like Mario Umberto Borzacchini, who in 1929 set the Class C world record at the wheel of Maserati’s 16-cylinder V4, at a speed of 246 km/h. Or the many mavericks who have followed to leave an indelible mark on the world of motorsports, such as Maria Teresa de Filippis.
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THE 250F

THE 250F

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With its long nose and squat tail, the 250F has been described as one of the most beautiful single seaters ever built. Launched to stardom shortly after its reveal, it debuted at the Argentine Grand Prix in 1954 where Juan Manuel Fangio clinched a glorious win. In 1958, it was the pioneering Maria Teresa de Filippis to set a new kind of record at its wheel.
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GLORY DAYS

DEFYING EXPECTATIONS

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There’s a moment in time where impossible becomes possible. At just 22 years old, Maria Teresa de Filippis made her grand entrance in the world of racing, leaving her male colleagues in the dust. Victory after victory, she continued challenging convention all the way up to 1958, the year she became the first woman to compete in Formula 1. Her racer of choice for the occasion: the Maserati 250F. With Maserati, de Filippis felt like she could do anything, and that she did.