BUGATTI TYPE 59 SPORTS

BUGATTI TYPE 59 SPORTS
The first of the six existing 1930s BUGATTI TYPE 59 SPORTS racing cars exists today in near-original condition, still sporting the battle scars of early Grand Prix racing.  Victory is what defines the Type 59 Sports. This open-top two-seater was built in 1934 as a Type 59 Sports with a Type 57 chassis. A short time later, it received a special new chassis for the next series of Grand Prix races, where it would be driven by Bugatti’s courageous racing drivers. Its racing history is fully ...
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TYPE 41: BUGATTI ROYALE

In the 1920s, Ettore Bugatti created the most luxurious car in the world – TYPE 41: BUGATTI ROYALE – truly fit for a King! With the Type 41 Royale, in 1926, Bugatti presented the strongest, largest and most luxurious automobile in the world, characterized by unimaginable power and opulent equipment. For Ettore Bugatti, the Royale was the culmination of his creation. It was a vehicle that knew no competitors in terms of performance, quality and image. TYPE41: BUGATTI ROYALE was a vehicle for empe...
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BUGATTI WINS 24 HOURS OF LE MANS!

BUGATTI WINS 24 HOURS OF LE MANS!
In 1939, a 'streamlined' Bugatti Type 57 C, best known as the Tank, surprised the competition at Le Mans and was victorious. BUGATTI WINS 24 HOURS OF LE MANS! The 24 Hours of Le Mans in France is one of the most famous and toughest endurance races in the world. It is the birthplace of legends. Exactly 80 years ago, on the 18th of June 1939, two Frenchman, Jean-Pierre Wimille and Pierre Veyron, were victorious in their French racecar - a Bugatti Type 57 C Tank. This victory would eventually las...
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