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  • Legendary Races: Targa Florio and Mille Miglia

    Italy was home to two of the most famous road races of the 20th century: the Targa Florio and the Mille Miglia. From their very inception, these city to city road races were linked with both glamour and mortality, as racers lost their lives in pursuit of pace. The Targa, for example, was set on the mountain roads of Sicily and featured hairpin bends and dramatic changes of elevation. The Mille Miglia, on the other hand, made legends of marques like Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche.

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  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • The Alfa Romeo in Motorsport

    Once the dominant force in motor-racing, after the Second World War Alfa Romeo’s star began to wane. The Italian marque had come to define motorsport in the first half of the twentieth century, but growing competition from Germany, Britain, and France -- plus homegrown challengers in the form of Ferrari -- meant that Alfa’s years at the top were all too brief. Racing Files explores the rise and fall of Alfa Romeo in motorsports.

  • The Legend of the Autodromo Nazionale of Monza

    The Autodromo Nazionale Monza is famed for its speeds. A track known for low-drag set-ups, full throttle racing, and the occasional slipstream battle, Monza is a true drivers’ circuit and home to some of the greatest races in motorsports history. Racing Files explores the legend of the Autodromo Nazionale of Monza.

  • The Legend of the Autodromo Nazionale of Monza

    The Autodromo Nazionale Monza is famed for its speeds. A track known for low-drag set-ups, full throttle racing, and the occasional slipstream battle, Monza is a true drivers’ circuit and home to some of the greatest races in motorsports history. Racing Files explores the legend of the Autodromo Nazionale of Monza.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • Jim Clark - The Flying Scotsman

    Two-time Formula 1 World Champion, winner of the Indianapolis 500 and three-time Le Mans driver with two podium finishes: James Clark Jr, better known as Jim Clark, earned his nickname as the "Flying Scotsman" in the 60s. He always celebrated his 25 victories in 72 Grand Prixs with the Lotus team, to whom he remained loyal until the end of his career. MOTORVISION TV opens Clark's race file and shows his greatest successes.

  • Legendary Tracks - Brooklands, Monthlery, Avus

    Mountain races, rallies and city races: In the early days of motorsport, races were held on existing roads and off-roads. After a series of serious accidents, organizers began to build their own circuits for their events. Today tracks like the Silverstone Circuit, Monza or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are a Mecca for all racing enthusiasts. MOTORVISION TV looks into the racing files of the world's most legendary racetracks and tells their story.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • Grand Prix Monaco

  • Sir Stirling Moss

  • The Legend of the Autodromo Nazionale of Monza

    The Autodromo Nazionale Monza is famed for its speeds. A track known for low-drag set-ups, full throttle racing, and the occasional slipstream battle, Monza is a true drivers’ circuit and home to some of the greatest races in motorsports history. Racing Files explores the legend of the Autodromo Nazionale of Monza.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.

  • Jim Clark - The Flying Scotsman

    Two-time Formula 1 World Champion, winner of the Indianapolis 500 and three-time Le Mans driver with two podium finishes: James Clark Jr, better known as Jim Clark, earned his nickname as the "Flying Scotsman" in the 60s. He always celebrated his 25 victories in 72 Grand Prixs with the Lotus team, to whom he remained loyal until the end of his career. MOTORVISION TV opens Clark's race file and shows his greatest successes.

  • Legendary Tracks - Brooklands, Monthlery, Avus

    Mountain races, rallies and city races: In the early days of motorsport, races were held on existing roads and off-roads. After a series of serious accidents, organizers began to build their own circuits for their events. Today tracks like the Silverstone Circuit, Monza or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are a Mecca for all racing enthusiasts. MOTORVISION TV looks into the racing files of the world's most legendary racetracks and tells their story.

  • The Duels in Formula 1 - Face off for the Crown

  • Legendary Tracks - Brooklands, Monthlery, Avus

    Mountain races, rallies and city races: In the early days of motorsport, races were held on existing roads and off-roads. After a series of serious accidents, organizers began to build their own circuits for their events. Today tracks like the Silverstone Circuit, Monza or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are a Mecca for all racing enthusiasts. MOTORVISION TV looks into the racing files of the world's most legendary racetracks and tells their story.

  • Grand Prix Monaco

    The Monaco Grand Prix was neither the first Grand Prix in motorsport history nor the first race to be held on a street circuit. However, since its premiere in 1929, the event has achieved cult status. No race is as intertwined with racing history as the Monaco Grand Prix. Racing Files tells the story of this legendary race.

  • 24 Heures du Mans

    The 24 Hours of Le Mans is more than just a race. It is an event of full throttle and fun: dazzling, fascinating and dangerous. Every year, 250,000 spectators attend the biggest spectacle that motorsports has to offer. A victory at Le Mans is the most valuable of all trophies you can win on asphalt. Racing Files opens the files on the most prestigious 24-hour race.

  • The Duels in Formula 1 - Face off for the Crown

  • Legendary Tracks - Brooklands, Monthlery, Avus

    Mountain races, rallies and city races: In the early days of motorsport, races were held on existing roads and off-roads. After a series of serious accidents, organizers began to build their own circuits for their events. Today tracks like the Silverstone Circuit, Monza or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are a Mecca for all racing enthusiasts. MOTORVISION TV looks into the racing files of the world's most legendary racetracks and tells their story.

  • Grand Prix Monaco

    The Monaco Grand Prix was neither the first Grand Prix in motorsport history nor the first race to be held on a street circuit. However, since its premiere in 1929, the event has achieved cult status. No race is as intertwined with racing history as the Monaco Grand Prix. Racing Files tells the story of this legendary race.

  • 24 Heures du Mans

    The 24 Hours of Le Mans is more than just a race. It is an event of full throttle and fun: dazzling, fascinating and dangerous. Every year, 250,000 spectators attend the biggest spectacle that motorsports has to offer. A victory at Le Mans is the most valuable of all trophies you can win on asphalt. Racing Files opens the files on the most prestigious 24-hour race.

  • McLaren: A story of Formula 1 and Can-Am

    The second-oldest surviving team in Formula One, the name McLaren is famous around the world. Few would have imagined that the small team founded by a racing driver from New Zealand would go on to become a global name in supercar production as well as one of the best-known marques in motor racing. Racing Files tells the story of McLaren.