Molinari Angelo #34 (1966)


Builder: Molinari Angelo

Year of build: 1966


1st Pilot: Libanori Fortunato

Period: 1966-1967

Race number: #34

Name: Mau Mau

Engine: Alfa Romeo L6 2500 cc. Raineri

Class: LZ


Boat ordered in 1966 by Angelo Molinari Scuderia Agusta at the shipyard
Fortunato Libanori, churches boots more courts and more tight.
Aluminum bodywork and mechanical installations made ​​within the Agusta-Helicopters
N.B.:This fairing is the 1° that was mounted on the hull of the 1961 Dino Celli Libanori Fortunato as a tribute to the Italian airline "Alitalia", but with a change (no longer 'tail with the same height of the fairing). The 2nd fairing was built with the tail more 'always low with the Tricolore as a tribute to the Italian airline "Alitalia" (see attached photo).
Archivio Agazzi Claudio

Last updated on 03/06/2016   

 

2nd Pilot: Ottone Gian Pio

Period: 1968>1969

Engine: Alfa Romeo L6 2500 cc. Raineri


Owner from 1968 to 1969 with new aluminum body
- Photographed in Race Championship Italian LZ Class - Gran Premio d' Italia - Trofeo Yomo - Milano Idroscalo 28.29.09.1968

Archive Ottone Gian Pio

Last updated on 03/03/2016   

     

3rd Pilot: Migliavacca Franco

Period: 1971>1974

Race number: #38

Engine: Alfa Romeo L6 2500 cc.

Class: R4


31° Raid Pavia - Venezia - 06.06.1971: 2° Overall
32° Raid Pavia - Venezia - 14.05.1972: 2° Class R4

Last updated on 04/22/2014   

   

4th Pilot: Preda Ernesto Luigi

Period: 1974

Race number: #88

Engine: Alfa Romeo L6 2500 cc.

Class: R4


Hull loaned by Scuderia Migliavacca - Papetti of Pavia in Preda Ernesto Luigi and only used in Viverone for the dispute of the World Championship of 2500 cc class R4 - Viverone 09.06.1974

Last updated on 03/07/2016   


5th Pilot: Dosi Antonio

Period: 1975>2007

Engine: Alfa Romeo L6 2500 cc.


Bodywork modified fiberglass hull but never more used

Last updated on 03/07/2016   


6th Pilot: Collezione privata

Period: 2008>oggi

Race number: #34

Engine: Alfa Romeo L6 2500 cc.


With the fairing modified, more low behind the pilot, but the Tricolor flag in tribute to the Italian airline "Alitalia"

Collector non pilot

Last updated on 04/22/2014   


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