The FIAT S76, later also known as "FIAT 300 HP Record" and nicknamed "The Beast of Turin", was a car built in 1910 by the Italian company FIAT specifically to beat the land speed record held in those years by the Blitzen Benz.
The "S76" had a 4-cylinder engine with a displacement of 28,353 cm3 (1,730.2 in³) (190mm x 250mm), provides 290 metric hp (290 CV / 213kW) at 1900 rpm, compressed air starting with 3 spark plugs per cylinder, ignition with low voltage magnet, water cooling, transmission with chain, axle suspension rigid with front and rear leaf springs (rear longitudinal struts), 4-speed gearbox plus reverse gear.
The "Beast of Turin" officially beat the land speed record in April 1912, at Long Island, reaching the speed of 290 Km/h on 1 mile straight.
Born in Italy 19 June 1989 with a passion for toy cars, model trains and art.
Over the years he has cultivated many hobbies: Railway models; drawing on T-shirts; gardening and decorator.
When free time permits, I read fantasy books, play videogames and draw for passion cars, landscapes and other subjects without frequenting any art school. My style is self made ;)
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