When watching old motor racing movies, you can't help but be filled with admiration for the bravery and skill displayed by those drivers of a bygone era.
With powerful cars riding on hard skinny tyres and their pilots protected with little more than cotton overalls and a leather cap. Grand Prix racing during the 1930s was truly the sport of heroes.
Famous for his battles against the odds, one driver from this time has come to be regarded by many as the greatest of them all, Tazio Nuvolari.
In 1937 after leaving Ferrari, Nuvolari signed up to drive the last in the line of one the most innovative racing cars of its time, the legendary Auto Union.
Nuvolari wrestles the Auto Union D type to victory at Donnington during 1938.
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