Maserati has released some rare and stirring footage of the fabulous 250F single-seater in action in period, with the likes of Sir Stirling Moss and Fangio at the wheel.
It’s the 60th anniversary of the 250F – and of course Maserati’s centenary – and the marque will have a fantastic presence here at Goodwood this coming weekend.
250Fs will take centre stage at Revival in a pit-lane recreation of Monza in 1954, with 16 examples of the car on display including an ultra-rare V12.
Sir Stirling Moss once described the 250F as ‘the most beautiful looking and user-friendly Formula One car ever built’, so you can imagine we’re rather looking forward to sharing the sights and sounds of the 16 cars we’ve rounded up for Revival when they take to the track.
They’ll be racing in a the Richmond Trophy against the in-period competition from Ferrari, Lotus, BRM, Lancia and Aston Martin, and if you haven’t managed to secure tickets don’t forget you can watch the entire event live – including all the races with full commentary – here on the Revival section of GRR.