Sport: Family Affair

Never in its noisy, car-killing history had Florida's International Twelve-Hour Grand Prix of Endurance killed off so many major entries so fast. Britain's class-conscious Jaguars died early. The green Aston-Martins took a little longer to come apart, but when Britain's Stirling Moss brought his to the pits with its gear box shot, the Aston-Martins were out of the running. The race was only half over when it belonged to the black stallions rearing from the emblem on the red, low-slung noses of Italy's Ferraris. Ferrari Driver Peter Collins, 27, took time out for...

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