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1935 Alfa Romeo Bimotore

Alfa Romeo Bimotore 1935

Engine: 2 In line 8 cylinder engines (1 at the front and 1 at the rear ) ,
with double overhead camshafts, Roots supercharger
Bore & Stroke : 71 mm x 100 mm
Total displacement - 3165 cc x 2 = 6330 cc
Power - 270 hp at 5400 rpm
x 2= 540 HP in total
Top speed - 325 km/h

This was a twin-engined single seater Grand Prix race car, with one engine at the front and a second behind the driver, linked to a single transmission. Under the auspices of Alfa Romeo, the car was built in Modena by the engineers of the Scuderia Ferrari and driven by Luigi Bazzi. Created for GP races disputed on very fast circuits, the car scored a second placing (driven by Louis Chiron) at the Avus-Rennen GP, with average lap speeds close to 260 Km/h. With Tazio Nuvolari at the wheel, the car set a new world speed record of 321.420 Km/h on 15th June 1935 on a stretch of the Autostrada Firenze-Mare.

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