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  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 36, a Maserati 300S.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 24, an Aston Martin DBR1/300, followed by car number 41, a Porsche 550.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Track action scene, Car Number 24, a Maserati 300S, (Jean Behra, Piero Taruffi, and Cesare Perdisa, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 36, a Maserati 300S.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 36, a Maserati 300S, followed by car number 8, a Van Beuren Special.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 36, a Maserati 300S.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 36, a Maserati 300S.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 36, a Maserati 300S.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Car number 10 Johnny Claes and Jacques Swaters' Jaguar D-type leads car number 15, Roberto Mieres and Cesare Perdisa's Maserati 300S.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The Porsche 550 Spyder chassis 0047, number 62, of Helmut Glockler and Jaroslav Juhan, leading the Maserati 300s chassis 3054, number 15, of Roberto Mieres and Cesare Perdisa.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Maserati 300S of Roberto Mieres and Cesare Perdisa, driven here by Mieres, passing the pits during night practice.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Maseratis in Les Esses. Number 15 - Roberto Mieres/Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 300S, which retired. Number 16 - Gino Valenzano/Luigi Musso's works Maserati 300S, also retired.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Car number 15, Roberto Mieres/Cesare Perdisa, works Maserati 300S, seen in the pits during night practice

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 15 - Roberto Mieres/Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 300S, which retired. Number 19 - Juan Manuel Fangio/Stirling Moss's works Mercedes-Benz 300SLR, chassis number 0007/55, withdrawn following the disaster involving team-mate Levegh's sister 300SLR.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 30, Stirling Moss, Maserati 250F, did not finish due to lost wheel. Moss took over car number 34, Maserati 250F from Cesare Perdisa and finished 3rd

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 30, Stirling Moss, Maserati 250F, did not finish due to lost wheel. Moss took over car number 34, Maserati 250F from Cesare Perdisa and finished 3rd

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "H" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "H" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 30, Stirling Moss, Maserati 250F, did not finish due to lost wheel. Moss took over car number 34, Maserati 250F from Cesare Perdisa and finished 3rd

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 30, Stirling Moss, Maserati 250F, did not finish due to lost wheel. Moss took over car number 34, Maserati 250F from Cesare Perdisa and finished 3rd

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 34, Stirling Moss in Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F, having resumed racing after his own car number 30 retired, finishing 3rd overall - seen here rounding La Source Hairpin

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 34 in pits, Cesare Perdisa handing over to Stirling Moss (left) who will resume racing after his own number 30 car has retired.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 34 in pits, Cesare Perdisa handing over to Stirling Moss (in car) who will resume racing after his own number 30 car has retired.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 30, Stirling Moss, Maserati 250F, did not finish due to lost wheel. Moss took over car number 34, Maserati 250F from Cesare Perdisa and finished 3rd

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Cesare Perdisa's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "H" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Maserati driver and Grand Prix debutant Cesare Perdisa.

  • Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa at the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa in the Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • German Grand Prix

    German Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 31, a Maserati 150S. Spectators watch from behind the barrier. Banners advertise Veedol.

  • Maserati Team at Heathrow Airport

    Maserati Team at Heathrow Airport

    Maserati team personnel at Heathrow Airport on a stopover on the way to Belfast for the Tourist Trophy. From left to right: Luigi Musso, Sergio Mantovani, Giorgio Scarlatti, Cesare Perdisa, Guarino Bertocchi, Luigi Bellucci, and Benoit Musy.

  • Maserati Team at Heathrow Airport

    Maserati Team at Heathrow Airport

    Maserati team personnel at Heathrow Airport on a stopover on the way to Belfast for the Tourist Trophy. From left to right: Luigi Musso, Sergio Mantovani, Giorgio Scarlatti, Cesare Perdisa, Guarino Bertocchi, Luigi Bellucci, and Benoit Musy.

  • Monaco Grand Prix

    Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F. Jean Behra drives car number 30, a Maserati 250F.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Monaco Grand Prix

    Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa drives car number 40, Maserati 250F and Luigi Villoresi drives car number 28, a Lancia D50 at Gasworks Hairpin. The port is visible in the background. Spectators watch from the sidewalk.

  • Monaco Grand Prix

    Monaco Grand Prix

    Jean Behra drives car number 30, a Maserati 250F. Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Monaco Grand Prix

    Monaco Grand Prix

    Cesare Perdisa in car number 40, a Maserati 250F, leads Mike Hawthorn in car number 18, a Vanwall.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Monaco Grand Prix

    Monaco Grand Prix

    Luigi Musso drives car number 24, a Ferrari D50. Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F. Harry Schell drives car number 16, a Vanwall VW1.

  • Monaco Grand Prix

    Monaco Grand Prix

    Eugenio Castellotti, who took over from Juan Manuel Fangio, drives car number 20, a Ferrari D50. Cesare Perdisa drives car number 32, a Maserati 250F.