Below I point to a review published in “Ruote Classiche” (the most important magazine in Italy for historic cars)":
“FIAT 1500/6C SPORT CORSA, 1945, chassis nr. 15026, original registration VR 172981, Registro FIAT Italiano Id. Card 5359.
After a long and pedantic restoration which this "one-off" example has been involved in the last four years, our marvelous italian two-seater based on a 1937 Fiat 1500/6C chassis is on the road again, as it was raced by the Bevilacqua brothers in 1945. Recently entered in the Mille Miglia 2010, this unique "barchetta" is in excellent condition and very well documented, having been homologated by the Registro Fiat Italiano and recently featured on the Italian magazine Ruoteclassiche. Fantastic design, rare steel body construction by Reda, matching numbers and proper history make this car a very important car for the real Italian Sportscars connoisseurs!”
Below I point to a review published in an Italian newspaper during the last Mille Miglia:
With the number 123 will run xxxxxxxxx and xxxxxx, aboard of Fiat 6C 1500 Sport '37. To remember Uncle Giannino, winner of two Mille Miglia in 1950 and in 1953, Matteo Marzotto, entrepreneur, president of the fashion house Vionnet, until 2008 president of Valentino SpA and, until 2012, president of ENIT (National Agency of Tourism) driving this car with his friend Silvestro Specchia. Marzotto, who took part in the Paris-Dakar in 2002 teamed with Paolo Barilla, will be navigated by Silvestro Specchia, Vice President of the Mille Miglia Club Franco Mazzotti, twice third in the Mille Miglia. Even this two-seater has already participated in the '27-'57 editions, reaching 135 km / h with its 6-cylinder in-line for a total displacement of 1,493 cc and an output of 55 hp.