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Tim Birkin’s ‘Blower No.1’ (Gareth Tarr).


this car that was once owned by Malcolm Campbell and then Jack Dunfee. It won the Speed Demons class at the Concorso.


1920 Ballot three-litre Grand Prix car, winner of the ‘Speed Demons’ class at the Concorso (Gareth Tarr).


The final car in the Speed Demons category was the curious, petite 1935 Lurani Nibbio. This was built for Count Giovanni Lurani to break class land speed records, several of which it achieved, initially powered by a two-cylinder 494cc engine and subsequently with a 250cc single cylinder unit, both by Moto Guzzi (it was the first under 500cc car to reach 100mph). The Nibbio was voted Best in Show by the public referendum on the Sunday of the event, thus winning the Coppa d’Oro Villa d’Este. The jury on the other hand chose the 1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS Prototipo by Bertone.


Gareth Tarr


The 1935 Lurani Nibbio was voted ‘Best in Show’ by the public (Gareth Tarr).


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