Onboard a Maserati 250F Fighting in Monaco for 2014 Historic Grand Prix

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Now you can see what Stirling Moss saw.

When people talk about Maserati’s rich motorsports heritage, they’re talking about cars like the 250F. Introduced in 1954 for use in Formula 1, the 250F won the very first race it participated in, at the hands of legendary wheelman Juan Manuel Fangio, who also won the championship that year. Stirling Moss also drove one, and he would later say that it was the single best front-engine Formula 1 car he had ever driven. High praise from such a man.

Here we can see an onboard shot from the car at the Monaco Historic Grand Prix. Moss won at Monaco in 1956 in a works 250F, and you can hear its 220-horsepower 2.5-liter straight-six just as he did.

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