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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1957
Numbers built:3 Lightweight cars for 1957
Designed by:Giulio Alfieri and Medardo Fantuzzi for Maserati
Predecessor:Maserati 250F
Successor:Maserati 250F T3 'Piccolo'
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 05, 2009
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Chassis 2527 Chassis 2527 was the first of three T2 or 'Lightweight' 250 Grand Prix cars built ahead of the 1957 season. It was raced extensively during the better part of two season by the likes of Stirling Moss, Jean Behra and Harry Schell. The best result was a third for Schell in the>>>

Chassis 2528 Completed late in 1956, this is the second of three lightweight cars 250Fs built for the 1957 season. Compared to the other two, this car had a slightly shorter wheelbase and was favoured by Jean Behra. The Frenchman raced the car throughout the season with just two exceptio>>>

Chassis 2529 Featured above is Juan Manuel Fangio's 1957 Nürburgring Grand Prix winning Maserati 250F Lightweight with the serial number 2529. It was the third of three Lightweight cars constructed late in 1956 for the upcoming season. There were two more T2 chassis built but these >>>


  Article Image gallery (68) Chassis (3) Specifications