Moskvich-G2. A record-breaking racing car designed by I.A. Gladilin and I.I. Okunev, built in 1956. The Moskvitch G2 set three Soviet speed records in long-distance racing. It competed in the 1959 USSR Championship and won in the under 2500cc class. The Moskvitch G2 was no longer used after 1960 and written off in late 1963. Only two were built , and both were dismantled for spare parts.
Pobeda-Sport. In total, Podeda-Sport vehicles won three USSR championships (1950, 1955, 1956). It was the first truly successful Soviet sports car. However, that is not surprising when you consider that it was designed by an aeronautical engineer. The car is of interest both as an experimental automotive design by an aircraft constructor and as an example of the peaceful use of military technology.
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