Built by Augusto Monaco and Carlo Felice Trossi, the 1935 Monaco Trossi is a front engined beast designed to race in Grand Prix, but due to terrifying driving dynamics never did. The engine is an eight bank, 16-cylinder radial air-cooled 2-cycle, 3982cc engine with two Zoller superchargers. The whole shebang was good for 250 HP at 6000 rpm and powered the front wheels.
German GP, Nurburgring, 1969. Chris Amon navigates in the wet. He qualified his Ferrari 312 second, but spun off after 11 of the 14 laps. Jackie Stewart won the race and Graham Hill finished second despite having to push his own car back on the track after a spin. Two notes: Stewart won by 4 minutes, and Jacky Ickx took the pole by 10 seconds. It was a long track.