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So it's Lauda??

n°3 is wrong he says SCUDERIA Ferrari.
that means the racing team, not the marque
so that's in the end of the 1920th.

And Enzo produced cars before that, not unther his name, but for Alfa
 

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Answer to question 4
6 Americans
1 Phill Hill (very easy)
2 Mario Andretti (still easy)
3 Dan Gurney (ofcourse)
4 Bob Bondurant (now this one was hard)
5 Richie Ginther (very hard)
6 Harry Schell (accidently found this guy, didn't know him)
 

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oeps i had misunderstood that 3th question.
I thought that you meant how many times that they had a 1st, 2nd or a 3th place. So i didn't feel like counting all those podiumplaces from the last 50 years, my mistake.

OK post the next questions.
 

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WOW that's a long list, i counted 25 Italian drivers so here it is:
01 Alberto Ascari
02 Clemente Biondetti
03 Dorino Serafini
04 Luigi Villoresi
05 Piero Taruffi
06 Piero Carini
07 Franco Comotti
08 Nino Farina
09 Umberto Maglioli
10 Eugenio Castelotti
11 Luigi Musso
12 Giorgio Scarlatti
13 Cesare Perdisa
14 Giancarlo Beaghetti
15 Ludovico Scarfiotti
16 Lorenzo Bandini
17 Nino Vaccarella
18 Ernesto Brambilla
19 Ignazio Giunti
20 Nanni Galli
21 Arturo Merzario
22 Michele Alboreto
23 Gianni Morbidelli
24 Ivan Capelli
25 Nicola Larini

héhé, that's all :wink:
 

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I know that from Biondetti, but from the outside it looked at a Ferrari, so i counted it. Besided in the 50ths its pretty hard to have everyhting correct
and Brambilla was a DNQ, correct
I was having doubt of the car??
are you sure of that??

So i'm missing one, damn gotta hit the books again then
 
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