Auto Union Beginnings:
In succession: Auto Union Type A, Type B, Type C, Type C Streamliner, Type C Rekordwagen Avus, and Type D.
The cars were heavily influenced by the Benz Tropfenwagen Grand Prix cars of the early ’30s but destroyed other cars because of their sheer power even though they handled terribly. The cars ranged from 370hp to almost 550hp which was unheard of at the time.
Bottom photo: Type B (front and center), Rekordwagen (right), Mercedes-Benz W25B behind and Alfa Romeo Bimotore shortly behind the Benz.
Carsbikesetc submitted: In the 80’s a service halt for the ‘R A C’ rally was held at Penkridge or near Gailey on the cars stopping before heading to Weston Park. I believe this is the Rohl/Short sport Quattro heading to its service before Weston.
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