Mercedes-Benz W196 - Silver Arrows Streamliners - Fangio & Kling - French Grand Prix Reims 1954

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Great Photo Print - Mercedes-Benz W196 - Silver Arrows Streamliners - Fangio & Kling - French Grand Prix Reims 1954 Preparing the cars for the great match to come.
Limited Edition 13/50 Pcs - With Certificate. - Size 70x50 cm


The 1954 French Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Reims on 4 July 1954, the same date as the 1954 Football World Cup Final. It was race 4 of 9 in the 1954 World Championship of Drivers. The 61-lap race was won by Mercedes driver Juan Manuel Fangio after he started from pole position. His teammate Karl Kling finished second and Ferrari driver Robert Manzon came in third.The long-awaited Mercedes W196 with its straight-8 fuel-injection engine made its debut with Juan Manuel Fangio transferring from Maserati to join an otherwise all-German line-up of Hans Herrmann, Karl Kling and pre-war driver Hermann Lang. It was a dominant return with Fangio recording a practice lap of 124.31 mph. He and Kling led away and continued to race side by side around the Rheims track.

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