With Retromobile back on the calendar for 2022 (2-6 February), the much-missed exhibition is pulling out all the stops to make this a memorable edition. Amongst other special features, “The fabulous GORDINI saga,” in partnership with the National Automobile Museum, Schlumpf Collection and the historian Christian Huet, will present a unique retrospective of the entire production of the engineer Amédée Gordini, from 1947 to 1971, at the 2022 show. With his nickname of “the Sorcerer,” Amédée Gordini was often dogged by a lack of the cash that many of his rivals enjoyed. He nonetheless produced an astounding record of success on the race track with his Gordini cars and in collaboration with other manufacturers.
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