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Lancia D24R | 1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner
1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner
1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner
1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner
1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner
Lancia D24R | 1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner Lancia D24R | 1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner Lancia D24R | 1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner Lancia D24R | 1954 Lancia D24R Carrera Winner

1954 Lancia

D24R

Fangio's Carrera Winner

The Lancia D24 was designed under the supervision of engineer Vittorio Jano and was considered the world’s premier sports-racing car in 1953 and 1954. Advanced for the time, it had a tubular space frame, independent suspension, a transaxle and inboard four-wheel drum brakes. Lancia enlisted only the world’s finest drivers to pilot the car. Included among the elite group were Alberto Ascari, Piero Taruffi and Juan Manuel Fangio, who placed first at the 1953 Carrera Panamericana.

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