SPEED READ FERRARI


SPEED READ FERRARI

PRESTON LERNER    Book Number: 87833    Product format: Paperback

Sub-titled 'The History, Technology and Design Behind Italy's Legendary Automaker', here is how to become an expert on the world's greatest marque. In specially commissioned full page colour artworks are all the road and race cars that made the Ferrari legend, a history of its world-beating racing dominance, and the racing drivers, designers and engineers behind the fabled brand. From the first complete car Enzo Ferrari constructed in 1940, the Auto Avio Construzioni 185, to masterpieces produced by Ferrari today, the author covers 50 plus aspects in these lust-inspiring road cars, dominating F1, sports and prototype race cars. There are fun facts and historical titbits such as that a month after Enzo's death, at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, race leader Ayrton Senna collided with a back marker with two laps to go, gifting Ferrari with a miraculous one-two finish. It was the only race McLaren would lose all year. In 1969, Ferrari became part of the vast Fiat conglomerate and entered the modern industrial age yet sprinkled fairy dust in the 166 MM Barchetta, the 250 GTO, and the FS 70H that's still winning Formula 1 races to this day. with races to remember, heroes behind the wheel, team players, design, the exotic and the exhilarating, and the exclusive, the book is in a big generous layout and design, one full page colour image alongside a brief text and colourful fact boxes and timeline. 160pp, large softback.
Published price: £12.99
Bibliophile price: £7.00


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ISBN 9780760360408
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