Well, put aside the fact that Zanetti/Ruspa, Monzeglio GTA (11th OA) was extremely well prepared car and Renato Monzeglio was great expert and formidable tuner, but 55th Targa Florio in 1971 saw only one Angelini car in grid, #101, de Luca (Paul Chris)/Benedetto Montecatini, retired in 3° lap. Others (inscribed) like Dini/Rinaldi didn’t show up at start. I have indicated Targa Florio #238 at Dini’s photo (while practicing) only as reference. #97, Rizzo/Alongi GTA (16th OA) though the colors were identic to Angelini’s, was not his machine. So, “whooped” seems to be little exaggerated expression in this case. And without any intention do downgrade great Renato, I have to say that Angelini’s palmares is twice as long. So, let to Cesar what is Cesar’s…
Here are photos of ****pit and engine bay of Monzeglio (true, the origin was Autodelta prepared car) 613883 that was winner in 1600 class (11th OA) in TargaFlorio '71. Compared to Autodelta, it had more comfort!
P.S. Ovvia Carlo, nun te mette a litiga' coi Romani