Another spectacular document that collects four great drivers of his time. In this photo, taken in Croatia, through these men can be counted a good number of victories in Rallies, Hill Climb and other races. On the left is Mladen Novak with Autodelta's Alfa Romeo 1300 GTA Junior, which is a chassis that belonged to Gianluigi Picchi. These cars came into use when the 2.0 liter class was phased out in the 1976 championship. In the middle are Velimir Nekic and Drago Macukic on the Abarth 1000 that bears the Stolli Racing name. This was a well-known driver who also managed a racing parts store in the capital of Trieste, in Italy. In the 70s, this car had taken center stage in Yugoslavian races, where at the end of the decade it came to compete in Group 2 with a 1.1 liter engine. On the right is Nikola Rudelic with another 1300 with whom he participated in the Yugoslavian Championship in Class 5 and was recognized as another of the great drivers of that time. There were two especially well-known 1300 chassis, the #AR776089 "Yellow Nose", destroyed by Spartaco Dini in the 1972 Monza 4 Hours and the #AR775813 "Orange Nose" chassis which is still in Italy.