Formula One Mercedes Autographs

SKU: 8009015

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Sale priceQAR 1.885,22

Description

Signed album page, about 5,25 x 5 inch, signed by Juan Manuel Fangio, Alfred Neubauer, and Karl Kling in blue ballpoint inkattractively mounted (removable) for diplay with two photographs (altogether 12,5 x 13,25 inch), with mild signs of wear to the edges - in fine to very fine condition.

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Profession:
Racing driver & racing manager

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Biography (AI generated)

Juan Manuel Fangio was one of the most successful and iconic racing drivers of all time. He won five Formula One World Drivers' Championships, four of them consecutively, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport. Fangio began his career in Argentina in 1934 before moving to Europe in 1948, where he found success in the Formula One World Championship with Alfa Romeo. He also drove for Maserati, Ferrari and Mercedes-Benz during his career.

Alfred Neubauer was a legendary team manager for Mercedes-Benz and a key figure in the development of their successful Formula One team. He was known for his meticulous organization and approach to the sport. Neubauer first joined Mercedes-Benz in 1931 and was with the team for the next 29 years, during which time he led them to four consecutive World Championships from 1954 to 1957. He retired in 1960.

Karl Kling was a German racing driver and engineer who worked for Mercedes-Benz and was part of their successful Formula One team. He competed in Formula One between 1951 and 1954 and was also part of the team for the 1955 and 1956 World Championships. Kling was also an accomplished engineer, designing and developing several of Mercedes-Benz's race cars.

Neubauer and Kling worked together to create a formidable team at Mercedes-Benz, with both men contributing to the team's success in the 1950s. Neubauer was responsible for the team's organization and strategy, while Kling developed their cars. Together, they helped Mercedes-Benz to win four consecutive World Championships from 1954 to 1957.

Fangio was the star of the team, and with the combination of Neubauer's organization and Kling's engineering, he was able to dominate the championship. He won five World Championships in total, four of them consecutively, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport.

The combination of Fangio, Neubauer, and Kling was a formidable one, and they are remembered as one of the most successful Formula One teams of all time. Their success in the 1950s was unprecedented and set the standard for future teams to aspire to. Their legacy is still felt today in the sport, and their names will remain legendary in the annals of Formula One history.

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