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Mercedes racing car in 1934

Mercedes racing car in 1934
Mercedes racing car in 1934
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Description of the photograph

The streamlined closed Mercedes-Benz racing car turned out to be the fastest normal racing car in the world in 1934. Rudolf Caracciola set two world records with him on October 28, 1934 in Budapest in the areas of 'flying kilometers' and 'flying miles'.

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Keywords used by Süddeutsche Zeitung to describe this photograph:

Auto, auto industry, auto industry, auto racing, auto racing, cars, Mercedes, Mercedes-Benz auto racing, racing cars, economy, historical, industry, sport, auto racing, vintage