After quitting halfway through the 1924 season Fiat made
a triumphant return to racing, for the last time, at the 1927
Grand Prix of Milan, and they showed the world they were
still the best by taking a stunning victory with Pietro
Bordino driving the state-of-the–art 806.
Powered by a 12 cylinder 1500cc supercharged engine
the Italian swept aside all before him, point made, Fiat
subsequently withdrew from Grand Prix racing and ordered
the destruction of its racing cars. Fiat not returning to
Grand Prix again until its association with Ferrari in 1969.
1/32 Wheelbase : 75mm
|1927 - Milan GP - Pietro Bordino - Winner