Luigi Villoresi Autograph

SKU: 8009353

Price:
Sale priceQAR 1.148,68

Description

Signed vintage matte-finish studio photograph (by M. L. Rosenthal), shows Luigi Villoresi in a cockpit portrait, 11,5 x 8,25 inch, signed and dedicated to Louis Rosier (1905-1956) in blue ink "A mon amie Rossier avec toute ma Simpatie e amitie - Luigi Villoresi", with mild signs of wear - in fine to very fine condition.

Further Information on the person

Profession:
(1909-1997) Italian Grand Prix motor racing driver who continued racing on the Formula One circuit at the time of its inception

Year of Birth: 1909

Biography (AI generated)

Luigi Villoresi was an Italian Grand Prix motor racing driver who was born in January 1909 in Milan, Italy. He was active in motor racing from the 1930s until the 1950s and made a name for himself as one of the most successful drivers of the era. He was a three-time Italian Grand Prix winner and was even runner-up in the Formula One World Championship in 1950.

Luigi Villoresi began his racing career in 1927, competing in motorcycle races. He won the Italian 1,100 cc Championship in 1931, and then switched to four-wheeled vehicles. He entered his first car race in 1932, competing in the Mugello Grand Prix, and from then on he was a regular competitor in various Italian races. He also raced in some races abroad, such as in France, Switzerland and Belgium.

One of the highlights of Luigi Villoresi's career was winning the 1939 Italian Grand Prix, which he did in an Alfa Romeo. He also won the 1950 Italian Grand Prix, and was runner-up in the 1950 Formula One World Championship. In addition to all this, he also won many other races throughout Italy and Europe.

Luigi Villoresi was known for his technical skill and speed. He was also known to be a very gentlemanly driver, always displaying good sportsmanship and a respect for his fellow competitors. He was also known for his kindness and generosity, often helping his fellow drivers in need.

Luigi Villoresi was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame in 2006, in recognition of his many accomplishments and achievements in the sport. He is remembered for his skill, sportsmanship and generosity, and is still considered one of the greatest drivers of the pre-Formula One era.

Luigi Villoresi passed away in 1997 at the age of 88, but his legacy lives on in the hearts of motorsport fans everywhere. He will always be remembered as one of the greatest Italian drivers of all time.

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