No Artist - Mercedes-Benz: W125 And W163 flac album
Title: Mercedes-Benz: W125 And W163
Style: Field Recording
MP3 album: 1206 mb
FLAC album: 1834 mb
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For a short time, between 1999 and 2002, the M-Class was also built by Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria, for the European market, before all the production moved to the . plant near Vance, Alabama.
The Mercedes-Benz W125 was a Grand Prix racing car designed by Rudolf Uhlenhaut to race during the 1937 Grand Prix season. The car was used by Rudolf Caracciola to win the 1937 European Championship and W125 drivers also finished in the second, third and fourth positions in the championship. The supercharged engine, with 8 cylinders in line (9. x 10. m) and 5,662
For the 1937 season, Mercedes-Benz developed a new racing car, the W 125. It was one of the fastest & most powerful grand prix cars manufactured. It reached the tremendous speed of 193 mph on the SPA circuit. The W125 served as a replacement to the highly sucessfull W25 and the last Mercedes-Benz to comply with 750 kg formula regulations. Design elements were largely affected by the formula race regulations at the time.
To Mercedes-Benz Classic. 1. Mercedes-Benz W 125 12-cylinder record car. Legend 7. Home. Mercedes-Benz Classic. Mercedes-Benz Museum. Driving this completely newly developed record car in January 1938, Rudolf Caracciola recorded the highest speed ever attained on a public road to this day. On the motorway between Frankfurt and Darmstadt, he reached a record speed of 26. mph – the average of two attempts over one kilometre each.
Mercedes-Benz W125, GP Donington von Brauchitsch. Limited to 1000 pieces. Mercedes-Benz W125, GP Donington Seaman. Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Mille Miglia Fangio. Limited to 2000 pieces.
Mercedes-Benz W163 (it); Mercedes-Benz W163 (hu); Mercedes-Benz . Media in category "Mercedes-Benz W163". The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. jpg 560 396; 54 KB. Florian Borken 2-82-1 (1. 4. JPG 1,600 1,200; 286 KB. Gyöngyös Town Hall. Puky Árpád street facade.
That Rudolf Caracciola took a Mercedes-Benz to 269 mph is impressive. That he did it in 1938 is remarkable. The official speed was a two-way average of 26. mph. The car was a heavily modified Mercedes-Benz W125 Grand Prix racer; the driver was the 1935 and 1937 European drivers' champion who would clinch an additional title in 1938.
The Mercedes-Benz W125 Formel-Rennwagen was a Grand Prix racing car that was raced until 1937. The supercharged engine of this Silver Arrow, with 8 cylinders in line and 5600cc, attained an output of 646 horse power (475 kW). In 1938, the engine capacity of supercharged Grand Prix cars was limited to 3000cc, and the W125 was replaced by the Mercedes-Benz W154.
|A1||The W 163 Warming Up And At Speed In The Rain|
|A2||Peter Collins: Comments And Advice To Tony Brooks On Characteristics Of The Cars|
|A3||Brooks Takes Off In The W 163; Interview With Collins|
|A4||The W 125 At Speed, Brooks Driving|
|A5||Brooks; Comments On The W 125, Comparisons With W 162 And With Contemporary Grand Prix Cars|
|B1||History Of The W 125 And W 163; Told By Carl Kling To Wolfgang Robinow|
|B2||Both Cars Fired Up At The Starting Grid; The Start; At Speed|
NotesRiverside flies B-O-A-C to the races
to record the W 125 and W 163
recorded at Oulton Park, England, at the meeting of the Vintage Sports Car Club; June 27 and 28, 1958
label variant of No Artist - Mercedes-Benz: W125 And W163
|RLP 5012||No Artist||Mercedes-Benz: W125 And W163 (LP)||Riverside Records||RLP 5012||US||1959|