Here is Maria Teresa de Filippis at the Gasometer turn, at the end of the main straight along the harbor, during practice for the 1959 Monaco GP. She was trying to qualify the Behra-Porsche, an F2 car built from 550RS components with a chassis constructed in Modena. It was one of six F2 cars trying to make the race, which was then limited to 16 starters. The car did not make the grid, being three seconds down from the next slowest qualifier.
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