Maserati 1950

A6 1500 (R6 cyl, 1488 cm³, 65 cv) - end of prod.

61 were made (2 spyders).


4 CLT/48 (R4 cyl, 1491 cm, 260 cv) - end of prod. (1948-50 - 21 ex.)
8 CLT (R8 cyl, 2982 cm, 430 cv) - new model (1950-50 - 2 ex.)

Trzecie miejsce (Chiron) w GP Monaco.

A multi-part crankshaft, lightened and balanced rods, a more powerful pair of superchargers and changes to the ignition timing took the 4 CLT/50 engine output up to a claimed 280 bhp.

The Motor YEAR BOOK, 1951     Maserati.

The four-cylinder 1½-litre Maserati, with four valves per cylinder, made its racing debut in 1939. Since the war the chassis design has been substantially altered, the San Remo type having coil springs at the front and a stiff and lowered frame, whilst the engine has been modified to have two-stage supercharging with Roots blowers. This model was introduced in 1948 and, although unsuccessful in competition with the Alfa Romeo cars, it was (in their absence) the most successful racing car of 1949, winning six races and putting up the fastest lap on fourteen circuits. The comparative lack of reliability indicated by these figures was accentuated in 1950 by absence of work's support, with the consequence that the marque was only in the first three in one major race (Monaco) and secured only one victory. It should perhaps be mentioned that the Maserati brothers, who were responsible for the components upon which the San Remo type is based, have for the past two years been in business for themselves under the title OSCA.

The Motor Year Book 1951

Trzecie miejsce (Bernabei) w Targa Florio (I).

  Targa Florio/Giro di Sicilia entries:
#249 A6 1500 Coupé Naselli / Palomba ret.
#426 A6 GCS Palmieri / Melani 10th
#454 A6 GCS Musmeci / Sciuto dsq

Maserati A6 GCS (Pietro Palmieri - Marcello Melani) at Targa Florio. 10th overall, 9th in sport category, 4th in 1101-2000 cc class.