My racing goes back to before the war when I was driving mainly Maseratis. In 1937, I did quite a few races, mostly voiturette races for 1.5-liter cars, and that year I started at Posillipo in Naples with my Maserati 4CM, I think I finished about 6th, but that race was won by Count Trossi, and as a young man he had become president of Scuderia Ferrari. Enzo Ferrari liked to have the ‘aristocrats’ in his team, like Count Brivio….
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