Unraced 1940 - 1949

The unraced Alfa Romeo Tipo 512

Germany was in the 1930s the dominating factor in Grand Prix racing. Constructors as Auto-Union and Mercedes made history with their, sometimes futuristic design, voiturettes on the circuits. Sadly, the war made an end of their success, and meant the end of Grand Prix racing for several years. Despite the war, Alfa Romeo continued to work on their Alfa Romeo Tipo 512. It was intended as replacement for the Alfa
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De Vos Monoposto, the Dutch Auto Union

The De Vos Monoposto also known as the De Vos Speciale was one of the first Dutch-built cars to attempt to join the Grand Prix circus. De Vos was the creation of A.J. de Vos from Strijensas, a Dutch motorsport enthusiast. Note 1: Most of the info about the De Vos project came from the book Autodesign in Nederland by Jan Lammerse (ISBN: 9066303727). Note 2: Many thanks to Jan