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Alfonso Cabeza de Vaca y Leighton, 11th Marquess of Portago, GE (11 October – 12 May ), best known as Alfonso de Portago, was a Spanish aristocrat, racing and bobsleigh driver, jockey and pilot.. Born in London to a prominent family in the peerage of Spain, he was named after his godfather, king Alfonso XIII. His grandfather, the 9th Marquess of Portago had been Mayor of Madrid Born: 11 October , London, England.
The Monaco Grand Prix was held on May The race was won by Stirling Moss in a Maserati, who led from flag to flag. Juan Manuel Fangio had problems with his original Lancia-Ferrari, but after letting Eugenio Castellotti drive his car, he took over the sister car of Peter Collins. Moss was just cruising at the end, and despite a furious comeback by Fangio, Moss was still over six seconds.
Marquis De Portago original scrapbook from the racing season in his Ferrari’s. This was his scrapbook created by his wife- Carroll McDaniel Petrie. This is a one of a kind, 40 pages with many unseen photographs. There are 43 photographs and many newspaper laufedepostrojucanfichilneujivol.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
Aug 12, · The Marquis Alfonso De Portago, Spanish nobleman and journey-man driver was accompanied by Linda Christian at the Cuban Grand Prix, an event for Sports Cars. Fidel Castros’ insurgents’ were on the move in the countryside but for the Batistas’ life went on.