American auto enthusiasts may associate the letters ATS with Cadillac's smallest sedan, but Europeans will know it as Automobili Turismo e Sport. The marque was founded in 1963 by former Ferrari employees who'd had enough of old man Enzo's notoriously difficult manner, built a road car and an F1 challenger (signing Phil Hill to drive it), and then quickly disappeared again. Last year a consortium gathered to revive the marque, unveiling the ATS Sport 1000 track car a few months ago, and now they
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