The Maserati 250F is the winning car in the Formula 1 World Championship in 1957. In 1954 the Italian team under the direction of the designers Gioacchino Colombo, Vittorio Bellentani and Alberto Massimino, built a car that competed in the Formula 1 grand prix for six years obtaining eight victories.
Juan Manuel Fangio with the Maserati 250F won the World Championship of Formula 1 of 1957, for the Argentinian driver was the fifth and last world title. With four wins over eight races, Fangio dominated the championship in the Grand Prix of Germany, showed his great power by surpassing the penultimate lap Hawthorn and Collins after suffering a gap of one minute. Beyond Germany, the Argentine pilot also won in Argentina, Monaco and France.
Aluminium body on steel tubular space frame
Length: 4050 mm
Width: ? mm
Height: 950 mm
Brakes: Hydraulic drums
Maserati 2494 cc 6 cylinder in line, longitudinally mounted
Power: 201 kW
Drive Type: Front
Transmission: Manual five speed and RM
Tank Capacity: ? lt
Fuel Type: Petrol
Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1957 with driver Juan Manuel Fangio
GP winner: GP of Argentine 1957 with driver Juan Manuel Fangio, GP of Monaco 1957 with driver Juan Manuel Fangio, GP of France 1957 with driver Juan Manuel Fangio, GP of Germany 1957 with Juan Manuel Fangio