Maserati Tipo 151 Crash, RAC TT Celebration, Goodwood Revival 2012

When lapping back-markers during the RAC Tourist Trophy Celebration race of the 2012 Goodwood Revival, Joe Colasacco in the Maserati Tipo 151 dipped a rear tyre onto the wet grass spinning into the barriers, heavily damaging the Maserati Tipo 151 of Lawrence Auriana. http://instrumentofdesign.com/articles-maserati/4583735538

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Maserati Tipo 151 - The Rarest & Most Dangerous Race Car Made
The Maserati Tipo 151 marked a return to more traditional concepts of car design and used a frame comprising a trellis of both round and oval large tubes, an independent front suspension and a De Dion axle which had many similarities to that used on the Type 64 completed a month or so before. The engine was derived from the 450S with a reduced displacement of just under 4.0 Litres. Giulio Alfieri designed the body shape and refined it using a wind tunnel at Milan University. The body was reminiscent of the Frank Costin designed Zagato bodied 450S, but with an accentuated Kamm tail. The mandatory doors opened halfway up the side due to the longitudinal tubes of the frame and the lateral fuel tanks. At Le Mans in 1962 the Johnny Simone car was in the Maserati France colours of red body with a tri-stripe whilst the Cunningham team cars had a white body with two blue stripes. At race end the Cunningham cars went back to the US. The Maserati France car was sent to the factory for revision for the 1963 Le Mans event. Improvements included a new engine, the standard production 4941 cc motor derived from the 5000GT but with single ignition and Lucas indirect injection, but now producing 430 bhp (321 kW) and now renumbered as 151/2. The Maserati France team car again came back to the factory in preparation for 1964 when there was a massive change to the frame, the mechanicals and the body. Now designated 151/3 and jokingly called the 'racing van' for its unique new body design by Pierre Drogo, the engine was unchanged in size but the frame was modified to mount the engine lower in the chassis - also to increase the wheelbase and track width. For 1965 there was again work on the frame and the body and the displacement of the engine was increased to 5046.8 cc - this version (151/4) is called the Tipo 154 by some. The driver "Lucky" Casner was killed during practice prior to the race. The engine went on to power the Tipo 65 less than 2 months later. Source: Wikipedia Thanks for watching! Make sure you subscribe for all the latest videos, loads of exciting ones to come. Stay tuned! SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/MfnaYouTube Follow me on Instagram for pictures and updates on a daily basis: http://instagram.com/mfnaphoto Follow me on Twitter for photos and random funny shit: https://twitter.com/MlkrAndreasson The camera i use for my videos: Sony PJ650 http://www.amazon.com/Sony-HDR-PJ650V-Definition-Handycam-Camcorder/dp/B00A R95EVE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1418154428&sr=8-1&keywords=sony+pj650 Don't forget to subscribe for more high quality car videos! http://bit.ly/MfnaYouTube ---------------------------------------------------------------------------





Maserati 151 testing for Goodwood Revival 2013
The only surviving Maserati 151 in the world getting some testing in before Goodwood Revival 2013




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