Grand Prix Ferrari

The Years of Enzo Ferrari's Power, 1948-1980

Grand Prix Ferrari
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Format: Hardback, 416 Pages
ISBN: 9781845846237
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The history of racing Ferraris is extremely complex, with a succession of brilliant, interesting, and sophisticated competition cars that have vied for supremacy on the race tracks of the world for over 60 years. In Grand Prix Ferrari, author Anthony Pritchard, a leading motor racing historian and a keen enthusiast of the marque, presents an enthralling narrative of Ferrari's racing history. With detailed model development tables, racing specifications, chassis numbers, and comprehensive race results, this account of Ferrari's formidable motor racing history is supported with 300 colour and black-and-white photographs.

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A motor racing enthusiast from his school days, the late Anthony Pritchard is recognized as the leading authority on Ferrari's racing activities. He not only attended many of the races that took place during the period covered by this book, but personally knew many of the drivers and Technical Directors responsible for Ferrari's many racing successes.

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Format: Hardback, 416 Pages
ISBN: 9781845846237
Illustrations: 340 color photos
Size: 10 in x 10 in x 1.5 in / 254 mm x 254 mm x 38.1 mm
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