Ferrari's World Champions

The Cars that Beat the World

Ferrari's World Champions
Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9788879114677
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Nineteen Formula 1 Drivers’ and Constructors’ World Championship titles from 1952 to the present day and a further fourteen sports car World Championships. Few car manufacturers can boast a roll of honor as rich as that of Ferrari, a protagonist on road and track throughout the world for over half a century. The sporting history of the Maranello marque recounted through its championship-winning cars, illustrated with hundreds of previously unpublished color and black and white photos and accompanied by a brief but authoritative text.

The author

Born in Monza, for over 40 years Enrico Mapelli has followed the vicissitudes of the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, firstly as an enthusiast and then as a journalist. He contributes to a number of local periodicals and has published books. For Giorgio Nada Editore he has written I dati della Formula Uno and Ferrari's World Champions. The cars that beat the world, as well as having contributed to many other works published by the company. He has been the speaker at the Autodromo for many events, especially historic car races including the InterEuropa Cup Formula 1 GP.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9788879114677
Illustrations: 100+ color & b-w ill
Size: 9.65 in x 10.43 in x 0.75 in / 245.11 mm x 264.92 mm x 19.05 mm

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