did not use slick tires,
had no cigarette advertising,
was driven by a World Champion,
did not use an engine mounted behind the driver,
was not fitted with wings,
and won more than two races.
It's the Maserati 250F, the car that took Juan Manuel Fangio to his final World Championship, and to what people would describe as his greatest ever victory, with one of the drives of the century, at the 1957 German Grand Prix.