Stuttgart, Oct 14, 2011 -
A ‘Fintail’ based on the Mercedes-Benz 220 SE model (W 111 series) will compete in the season final of the long-distance cup organised by Fahrergemeinschaft Historischer Rennsport e.V. (FHR) on 22 and 23 October 2011 at the Nürburgring. Its participation in this race reflects the commitment of Mercedes-Benz Classic to upholding the traditions of the brand, which itself has a remarkable history in motor racing, and encouraging private drivers to take part in historical motorsport events. Mercedes-Benz Classic is a partner of the FHR race series.
Stuttgart, Jun 28, 2011 -
Speed, power and style, visionary technology and an awareness of history, but not least elegance and luxury: those are the strengths of the Mercedes-Benz brand. And they are facets that add up to pure automotive fascination, drawing thousands of visitors to the Festival of Speed year after year. Mercedes-Benz Classic is a regular at the Festival of Speed and will also be participating at this year's event, which is scheduled to be held from 1–3 July 2011 under the theme “Racing Revolutions – Quantum leaps that shaped motor sport”. Its line-up of landmark racing cars is set to negotiate the 1.86-kilometre-long hillclimb circuit.
Stuttgart, May 2, 2011 -
Mercedes-Benz Classic will have three of the legendary compressor cars lined up on the starting grid at the 2011 Mille Miglia: Two Mercedes-Benz cars – an SS model and an SSK model – will commemorate Rudolf Caracciola's fabled victory in April 1931 at this year's exclusive event, which takes place from 11 to 15 May 2011. Back in 1931, with an average speed of 101.1 km/h, the Mercedes-Benz driver along with his co-driver Wilhelm Sebastian was the first non-Italian driver to win the Mille Miglia.
Stuttgart, Mar 24, 2011 -
Under the motto “125 years! Inventor of the automobile”, Mercedes-Benz Classic is presenting the unique story of the automobiles with the three-pointed star at the 2011 Techno-Classica. The exhibits tell a fascinating history, from the birth of the motor car through to present and future design and drive technology, and bring this history to life with twelve automotive milestones.