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“The Ascari was the last of the frontrunners to pit for its driver change; when Godfrey”
“Had Ferrari not behaved so discourteously, Moss would have taken his place the following year in a dominant team alongside Ascari, who would win nine grands prix in a row as he collected two consecutive world titles.”
“So you can, as I did the other day, drive or walk every inch of a 3.4‑mile track on which important races were won by the greats of the post-war era: Achille Varzi, Nino Farina, Alberto Ascari, Juan Manuel Fangio, José Froilán González.”
“Enzo Ferrari called Hill because his lead driver, Alberto Ascari, had just been killed on a track in Monza, Italy.”
“When Hill visited the Ferrari factory in Modena, mechanics were preparing the car that Ascari would have driven at Le Mans, the famous annual 24-hour contest 300 miles southwest of Paris.”
“It's very hard to find stylish cycle clothing," says Helio Ascari, a 34-year-old Italian model who lives in New York City.”
“Bryan Derballa Helio Ascari has assembled a wardrobe that works when he's on or off his bike.”
“Royal Model 1/10 Ascari Bust (Eritrea 1935) 566 Resin”
“And in any case what we have – as we had with Ascari in 1952, Fangio in 1954 and 1955, Clark in 1963, Mansell in 1992 and Schumacher in 2002 and 2005 – is the sight of one combination of car and driver so superior to the rest that efforts to engineer artificial excitement into the sport are made to look hopelessly self-defeating.”
“Ascari, and Arabs from Kassala to attack Gedarif and menace Khartoum from the east.”
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