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Giuseppe Farina (1906–1966)

Nino Farina won the first Formula 1 World Championship in 1950, however Farina's career dated back to 1932, when he competed in a race in Italy. Farina was born to a wealthy Italian family and his racing career was tutored by the great Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari. Farina won several races in the 30s before World War II interrupted his career. ... See full bio »

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(age 59) in Chambery, France

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Formula 1
Formula 1 Himself
(1950-1957)
Grand Prix
Grand Prix Transportation Department
(1966)
Ultimo incontro
(1951)

Filmography

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 1951 Ultimo incontro (as Nino Farina)
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 1966 Grand Prix (racing driver - as Nino Farina)
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 1950-1957 Formula 1 (TV Series)
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- 1957 Indianapolis 500 (1957) ... Himself (credit only)
- 1956 Indianapolis 500 (1956) ... Himself (credit only)
- 1955 Italian Grand Prix (1955) ... Himself
- 1955 Belgian Grand Prix (1955) ... Himself
- 1955 Monaco Grand Prix (1955) ... Himself
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 2011 Formula 1's 60th Anniversary: Plus Ça Change (TV Movie documentary)
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Nino Farina
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Was the first Formula 1 World Champion driver in 1950. See more »

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Scorpio

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