In 1952 and 1953 when a lack of Formula 1 entrants prompted organizers to run the World Championship under the Formula 2 regulations. This encouraged Ernesto Maserati to design an all-new O.S.C.A. F2 car around a two-liter, straight six engine. Two cars were built. To recover part of the considerable resources spent in the F2 car, O.S.C.A. turned the two examples into sports racers, available to customers at the beginning of the 1954 season. In addition to the existing chassis, O.S.C.A. built three other examples of what would be known as the 2000S.
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