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Ascari

Klaas Zwart established Ascari Cars Ltd., a British automotive manufacturer with headquarters in Banbury, England. Zwart served as Petroline's former chairman and main owner. Petroline created and produced its own downhole technology. Weatherford acquired gasoline in 1999.

Alberto Ascari (1918–1955), the first driver to win the World Championship of Drivers twice, inspired the naming of the business.

Ascari

Klaas Zwart established Ascari Cars Ltd., a British automotive manufacturer with headquarters in Banbury, England. Zwart served as Petroline's former chairman and main owner. Petroline created and produced its own downhole technology. Weatherford acquired gasoline in 1999.

Alberto Ascari (1918–1955), the first driver to win the World Championship of Drivers twice, inspired the naming of the business.

The business declared bankruptcy in 2010. The official Ascari website was likewise taken down, and no new content has been added since 2009.

In 1994, Ascari Cars was founded in Dorset. The Ascari Ecosse, the company's first limited-edition vehicle, was introduced in 1998.

A new factory for Ascari Cars was constructed at Banbury, Oxford shire, in the year 2000. The Ascari KZ1 was developed at Banbury, where Team Ascari's racing equipment was also kept. Haas F1 Team is now residing on the property.

Before making the painful choice to file for bankruptcy in 2010, Ascari experienced significant financial losses as a result of dwindling sales of the Ascari KZ1 and the high cost of producing automobiles.


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