Top Ten: London Classic Car Show Maserati 250F 1957
The Maserati 250F started life in in 1954 and soon became the racing car of choice for all gentleman drivers. Stirling Moss and Juan Manuel Fangio both raced at the wheel, but only the Fangio won the World Championship in 1954 and 1957. The most famous of the two being Nurbrging in 1957, where it broke the lap record 10 times. Stirling Moss won the 1956 Grand Prix in Monaco, and described the car as “The finest front-engined formula 1 car you could ever drive”.
Price: One sold at Bonhams in 2010 for £218,148
Top Speed: 186mph
Power: 362 bhp
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