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  Maserati 300S
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1955 - 1958
Numbers built:27
Designed by:Fantuzzi
Successor:Maserati 450S
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 10, 2014
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Chassis: 3061
Entered by the factory, chassis 3061 was first raced by privateer racer Cesare Perdisa and Gino Valenzano in the Sebring 12 Hours. They placed fourth, four laps behind the winning Jaguar D-Type. At the end of the year, it was sold to Baron Carlo Pottino from Palermo, Italy. In 1956, it was raced to a fifth overall in the Targa Florio and fourth in the Giro delle Calabrie by Pietro Pottino and Clemente Ravetto. It was then returned to the factory where it was upgraded to the long nose specification. Chassis 3061 was then acquired by Cesare Perdisa, who only briefly raced the car. During the 1960s, it was sold to France where it remained until 2000 when it joined the impressive stable of John McCaw. In more recent years, it has returned to Italy, where it was restored to its original, short-nose configuration.

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2018 Dix Mille Tours 2018 Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2015 Retromobile 2014 Monterey Motorsports Reunion
2014 Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2014 Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2014 Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2014 Monterey Motorsports Reunion
2014 Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2014 Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2012 Le Mans Classic 2012 Le Mans Classic
2012 Le Mans Classic 2012 Le Mans Classic 2012 Le Mans Classic 2012 Retromobile
2012 Retromobile

  Article Image gallery (458) Chassis (17) 3061 Specifications User Comments (2)