As a prominent expression of the highest Italian car tradition, the Lancia brand has gone through more than 110 years of history between dazzling moments of glory and disastrous falls. This volume, next to the succession of models, many of which are proposed with exclusive photographic services, reports an accurate analysis of all the events related to the brand, with a particular attention to the latest sporting glory, commented exclusively by the famous Sporting director Cesare Fiorio as well as the pilots Sandro Munari and Miki Biasion.
Led to success by the great Vincenzo Lancia, who disappeared at the age of 55, the car company was re-launched in the post-war period by his son, the engineer Gianni Lancia, with memorable models and victories in some of the most important races in the world. The book traces the whole story.
In this book the profiles of Francesco and Walter Villa, two of the five brothers of the family, and their sporting life; the story is accompanied by numerous photos, many of them never published before.
The book covers the entire history of Alfa Romeo through the analysis of the most exciting events, linked to the most famous models but also to the men - from top level managers to less known technicians - who by their decisions have influenced the fate of the factory. The work is accompanied by many illustrations granted by the Documentation Centre of Alfa Romeo in Arese and many pictures of the cars of the "Righini Collection".
The book is about the motorcycle world but especially it traces history and details of the Italian collectors and their motorcycles, from the origin to the 50s. A great photographic apparatus is included.
The book is about the automobile world but especially it traces history and details of the Italian collectors and their vehicles, from the origins up to the 50s. A great photographic apparatus is included.
The Lamborghini Miura is celebrating its 50th anniversary with the art exhibition "Speed and Colour" in the Museum of Sant’Agata Bolognese. In this book, the catalogue of all the cars exhibited and the ten paintings by Alfonso Borghi, charged to interpret the Miura and the Bull brand.