Angelo Dagrada built a number of F Junior cars in Milan during the early days of the formula, they had a very short wheelbase and were powered by a front mounted Lancia Appia V4 engine supplied by twin Weber 38 DCOs requiring a large bulge in the bodywork on the right. At the front independent links and coil springs were used with transverse leaf springs at the rear. Initially they were reasonably successful with several drivers, notably Giancarlo Baghetti who one a race at Monza, but the advent of the rear-engined British invasion saw their decline by the end of 1960.
Not unsurprisingly a Dagrada-Lancia entered at Monza in May 1964 failed to prequalify.
1964 Cesare Sforni.