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Why...ask him!

Someone step up to the plate and figure this one out. I am gonna sit this one out.
 

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Better hurry before the DR gets here and bags it.

PS- The winner gets a FREE chin noogie from the General :)
 

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Who: Rolf Stommelen
Where: Nurburgring
What: Alfa Romeo Prototype Flying
When: 1972
Why: Why not?

Actually it seems that most cars fly through this stretch.
 

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Oh no! I was typing my reply as Simon typed his about the chin noogie. Can I retract my answer???
 

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Kai got it right!


67GTV said:
Oh no! I was typing my reply as Simon typed his about the chin noogie. Can I retract my answer???
General will you please do the honors?
 

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I must admit I knew nothing about that flying Alfa. I just recall seeing that poster for sale numerous times on eBay. I did a search for closed auctions and found it. :D

I will gladly defer my noogie to AC!
 

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I was guessing the Ring just because the Alfa was FLYING.

Kai, you keep the noogie :D
I would love to have that poster in my home though.

67GTV said:
I must admit I knew nothing about that flying Alfa. I just recall seeing that poster for sale numerous times on eBay. I did a search for closed auctions and found it. :D

I will gladly defer my noogie to AC!
 

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Chris Amon and Lorenzo Bandini

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Ferrari 330 P4

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That car in the picture was driven to victory in the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona. That year, Ferrari sweeped Daytona. 1st was the Amon/Bandini #23 P4, 2nd was the Parks/Scarfitotti #24 P4, and 3rd was the Rodriguez/Guichet #26 412P
 

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Anthony,

Right track, wrong year, wrong drivers, and wrong car.

No chin noogie!

Please insert another quarter and try again

HINT - Its an Alfa Romeo T33/2
 

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Heres another shot of the Ferrari #23 from the 1967 Daytona 24 Hours Race. As you can see the #23 is on the oposite side of the Alfa Romeo T33/2 we are tring to identify.
 

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Nice try Anthony(italcarguy), but unless I am mistaken this was driven by Mario Andretti/Lucien Bianchi in the 1968 Daytona 24 hrs. It later went on to a 6th place finish as their teammate in the 20 car got 5th and this year the Porsche's finished 1-2-3 in a clean sweep in what I think is the 907?

Richard
 

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Sorry man, I'll get more than an hour of sleep (once my race car is done) before the next time I play the guessing game. I shoulda guessed it was an Alfa since it was on the AlfaBB and not on the FerrariBB!
 

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alfa_chan said:
I was guessing the Ring just because the Alfa was FLYING.

Kai, you keep the noogie :D
I would love to have that poster in my home though.
I insist, the noogie goes to you! Too bad the Gen's missing these references to his beloved CN's! :)

AC, check out the eBay auctions by [email protected] . He always has a lot of racing posters, although that particular flying Alfa is not currently on his list. Here is one of his current Alfa racing posters. "1000 km 1967 Nurburgring. Adamich/Galli. Alfa Romeo"
 

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While away in Florida, I see you boys have been lamenting about my beloved chin noogies!!!! Next time I'm on vacation, I will have to assign someone the duty of patroling the alfa bb when indeed a noogie emergency should manifest!!! Please Kai and Alfa Chan accept my belated, but still very powerful, chin noogies!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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