Friday, April 03, 2015

The Beast Of Turin

Following a 10-year restoration process, the Fiat S76, unofficially the fastest car in the world in 1911, was fired up for the first time in a century last December. The car's owner Duncan Pittaway brought the S76 back to the 1.16-mile Goodwood Hillclimb for its first test run since the restoration, inviting Lord March along for the ride in the passenger seat.

The Fiat S76, nicknamed 'The Beast of Turin,' has an engine displacement of 28,353 cm3 (1,730.2 in3) which provides 290 hp (216.3 kW).



Via The Presurfer

1 comment:

xoxoxoBruce said...

And not a mosquito left alive.