raymondu999 wrote:I probably would enjoy it if we saw it - but I don't think we're seeing it. It seems that at any one time there's only, at most, two of them at the front.
zyphro wrote:From what I watched: Hakk vs Schu; two men with the utmost respect for each other, fighting tooth and nail.
In 1947 he drove his last great race in a 1000cc Cistalia. The Mille Miglia. Against far more powerful cars he led the race until his engine cut because of rain. Clemente Biondetti swept by to win.
'I did not win,' admitted Boindetti later, 'I merely finished first. The just and deserving winner is Nuvolari, the greatest racing driver in the world.'
'Tazio was a phenomenon,' says Dreyfus. 'It may be a cliche but I think he was born to drive. He was so instinctive, his reflexes were uncannuy and he seemed to do everything right. We all tried to emulate him a little, but it didn't work.
'Only Tazio could be Tazio.'
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