Scuderia Milano was an Italian motor racing team run by the Ruggeri (or Ruggieri) brothers who raced Maseratis in the early post-war period. They participated in a single Formula One Grand Prix as a constructor in 1950. The team scored two World Championship points, with a best finish (in its debut race) of fifth for Felice Bonetto at the 1950 Swiss Grand Prix.
|Noted drivers|| Felice Bonetto|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|First entry||1950 Swiss Grand Prix|
|Engines||Speluzzi 1.5 L4C (s/c), Maserati L4C (s/c) and L6, Milano L4C (s/c)|
|Final entry||1953 Italian Grand Prix|
Scuderia Milano modified two Maserati 4CLT single-seaters with a shorter wheelbase, De Dion suspensions, and larger brakes. They had engines redesigned by Mario Speluzzi, refitted with two-stage superchargers, and raced them in the 1950 and 1951 F1 seasons. One Scuderia Milano 4CLT was redesigned as the Arzani-Volpini in 1955.
Complete World Championship resultsEdit
|Milano 1||Speluzzi 1.5 L4C (s/c)||Felice Bonetto||DNS|
|Maserati 4CLT/50||Maserati 1.5 L4C (s/c)||5|
|Milano 1.5 L4C (s/c)||Ret|
|Maserati 4CLT/50||Milano 1.5 L4C (s/c)||Onofre Marimón||Ret|
|Maserati 4CLT/48||Maserati 1.5 L4C (s/c)||Paco Godia||10|
|1953||Maserati A6GCM||Maserati 2.0 L6||P||ARG||500||NED||BEL||FRA||GBR||GER||SUI||ITA||0||-*|
* Constructor's Championship not awarded until 1958.
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