#WorldSportsCarsChampionship

The World Sportscar Championship was the world series run for sports car racing by the FIA from 1953 to 1992. The championship evolved from a small collection of the most important sportscar, endurance and road racing events in Europe and North America with dozens of gentleman drivers at the grid, to a professional racing series where the world's largest automakers spent millions of dollars per year. The official name of the series changed throughout the years, however it has generally been known as the World Sportscar Championship from its inception in 1953. The World Sportscar Championship was, with the Formula One World Championship, one of the two major world championships in circuit motor racing.

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1938 Ogna Fiat 750 Giannini

  • Coachbuilder: Domenico Ogna
  • Chassis n°: 035785
  • Engine n°: 500B*205163*

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1948 Siata Fenocchio 750 Spider Corsa

  • Coachbuilder: Carozzeria Bresciana
  • Chassis n°: 133748
  • Engine n°: 133748

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1948 Fiat trasformazione Stanguellini 1100 Sport

  • Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Motto
  • Chassis n°: CS01107
  • Engine n°: CS1106

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1948 Fiat Ermini 1100 M.M.

  • Coachbuilder: Fratelli Mariani
  • Chassis n°: 1100*214184
  • Engine n°: H106880

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1948 Fiat 1100 S

  • Coachbuilder: Carrozzerie Speciali Fiat
  • Chassis n°: 1100S*500107*
  • Engine n°: 1100S*500151*

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1950 Panhard Autocorse Gilco 750 Sport Spider

  • Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Colli
  • Chassis n°: 306529
  • Engine n°: 306529

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1950 Giaur 750 Sport

  • Coachbuilder: Meccaniche Taraschi
  • Chassis n°: BT-004
  • Engine n°: G1-085

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1950 Ferrari 166 millemiglia

  • Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Touring
  • Chassis n°: 0048/M
  • Engine n°: 0048/M

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1950 Giaur 750 Sport

  • Coachbuilder: Meccaniche Taraschi
  • Chassis n°: BT-006
  • Engine n°: 500B*131799*

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1950 Fiat 1400

  • Coachbuilder: Fiat
  • Chassis n°: 101*015781
  • Engine n°: 017008

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1950 Fiat 500 C

  • Coachbuilder: Fiat
  • Chassis n°: 500C*222313*
  • Engine n°: 500B*386380*

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1951 Ermini Sport Internazionale 1100

  • Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Motto/Lotti
  • Chassis n°: #043251#
  • Engine n°: M.00011

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1951 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT

  • Coachbuilder: Pinin Farina
  • Chassis n°: B20-1246
  • Engine n°: B20-1269

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1952 Ferrari 212 Export barchetta

  • Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Touring
  • Chassis n°: 225 0158/ED
  • Engine n°: 0158ED

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1952 Fiat 500 C

  • Coachbuilder: Fiat
  • Chassis n°: 500C*366836*
  • Engine n°: 500B*242769*

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