There were seven Maserati brothers, born in Voghera, to Rodolfo Maserati, a train driver, Carlo, the eldest, was born in 1881.

All of the Maseratis were involved in the engineering, design, and construction of cars, except for Mario, who was a painter and is presumed to have invented the company trademark, the trident, borrowed from the statue of Neptune in the square of the same name in Bologna.

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Details: Maserati

Photographer: Tim Wallace

There were seven Maserati brothers, born in Voghera, to Rodolfo Maserati, a train driver, Carlo, the eldest, was born in 1881.

All of the Maseratis were involved in the engineering, design, and construction of cars, except for Mario, who was a painter and is presumed to have invented the company trademark, the trident, borrowed from the statue of Neptune in the square of the same name in Bologna.

Ref: AL0374A

Details: Maserati

Photographer: Tim Wallace