Maserati 150S 1955 Design Interior Exterior Car – The advancement of the 150S started in 1953 when Maserati’s boss specialist Giulio Alfieri drew up another four chamber motor. In doing as such he followed in the strides of Ferrari, who had additionally left from their unique motor arrangement of decision to investigate the four chamber course. To cut costs, the composite “four” was planned in a manner that it could likewise be extended for a potential two liter racer. Outfitted with twin camshafts, twin attachments and an arrangement of twin-stifle Webers, the new 1484 cc created a sound 140 bhp at 7500 rpm. It was mated to a four pace gearbox.
Again because of productivity a solitary new frame was created, which could be balanced long for the different applications. Developed from two tubular longitudinal individuals with various cross props, the body took after a well known (Italian) design. To handle the normal popularity, Maserati appointed the body to be worked by Gilco, who likewise assembled large portions of the Ferrari outlines. More progressed was the DeDion hub back suspension, which was persisted from the 250F Formula 1 racer. Despite the fact that circle brakes had continuously been presented by the British makers, Maserati again fitted the attempted and trusted drum brakes.
Close by the two liter 200S and the six chamber engined, three liter 300S, the fresh out of the box new 150S was produced in the main months of the 1955. Every one of the three autos highlighted comparable Fiandri assembled roadster bodies and looked prepared to tackle the world. Creation started in June of that year and the primary autos were conveyed very little later. Jean Behra gave a key help to 150S deals by taking an exceptionally overwhelming astonishment win at the Nürburgring 500 km in August against extremely solid rivalry. Despite the fact that the 150S’ global dashing introduction was extremely persuading, Maserati designs still discovered regions that required change.
While the principal autos were conveyed to the clients, improvement proceeded. For the 1956 season a five rate gearbox was prepared and numerous points of interest were changed. In collaboration with new coachbuilder Fantuzzi a more streamlined shape was made with an any longer nose. This new body was fitted over the reach. The changes paid off as the 150S kept on winning its class at numerous events furthermore scored the odd general triumph. Highlights were a scratch win in the 1956 Messina Five Hours and a ninth and second in class at Le Mans
Maserati 150S 1955 Design Interior Exterior Car