Pioneers in Racing Air Conditioning

3 responses to “Pioneers in Racing Air Conditioning”

  1. Frank Levin says:

    I remember seeing that photo as a kid. I thought, “wow, what those macho racers put up with.” It seems in those days nursing a messed up car to the line was a primary skill.

  2. Moss says that Alf Francis discovered a cracked chassis tube just before the race was to start, and welded it on the starting grid (with the car full of fuel!). There was no time to replace the body panel before the race started.

  3. Francisco José Pellegrino says:

    Secondo mio amico Rogerio Daprá questa é la versione “VENTILATTA”…

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