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CAR GUYS: THE CULTURE OF OWNING A CLASSIC CAR

The first photographic album by Fabrizio D’Aloisio.  Limited edition of 1000 copies.
€120.00

PIATTO GRAN PREMIO DI MONACO 16 MAGGIO 1999 "IL MITO FERRARI"

Collector's wall plate.
€40.00

PIATTO BENZ SPIDER 1902 WANDTELLER/ASSIETTE MURALE/WALL PLATE

Collector's wall plate.
€45.00

Y. PHILIPPE: IMPRESSIONEN UM DEN AUTORENNSPORT

Collectible book: some signs of age, mainly on the cover, very good inside.
€32.00

THE ROBERT FELLOWES COLLECTION GRAND PRIX 1934-1939

The book is a wonderful assortment of images from the continental grand prix of the period 1934-39. Fellowes' work remained unseen for many, many years until purchased at auction by contemporary historic collector and racer Neil Comer. The collection captures the spirit of pre-war racing and features snapshots of many of the era's gods — Nuvolari, Caracciola and Rosemeyer, as well as the fearsome racing machines produced by Auto Union and Mercedes. The quality of the photography improves throughout the book and each image is accurately and insightfully captioned by Nixon.
€99.00

PECHINO PARIGI SULLA STRADA CON L'ITALA

Photographic story of the journalist Guy Mandery through 100 beautiful full-page color pictures.
€39.00

BERNARD CAHIER: F-STOPS, PIT STOPS, LAUGHTER & TEARS - MEMOIRS OF AN AUTOMOTIVE PHOTOJOURNALIST

F-Stops, Pit Stops, Laughter and Tears is the story of Bernard Cahier’s long and fascinating journey through the automotive world of the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, focusing on the sport of motor racing. You’ll see that world as Bernard saw it—through his vast collection of photographs. You’ll also read in detail many of the stories about the friends he made along the way, including Enzo Ferrari, Carlo Abarth, Henry Ford, Huscke von Hanstein, Sir Alec Issigonis, Carol Shelby, Sergio Pininfarina, Juan Fangio, Jean Claude Killy, Zora Arkov Duntov and Bill Mitchell. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
€99.00

THE MOTORCYCLE ART OF SCOTT JACOBS

This is the complete full-color showcase of the most famous Harley artist in the world. Scott’s photo-realistic paintings of Harley-Davidson motorcycles on canvas have helped transcend the “Hog” culture and legitimize it as purebred Americana along with apple pie and baseball. Scott’s meteoric rise to the top of the art world is already legendary and chronicled in this beautifully printed, hard-bound edition. Also featured are high gloss images of cars, Indian and custom motorcycles, and some of Scott Jacobs’ favorite personal paintings.
€49.58

FERRARI DIE RENNGESCHICHTE (CON COFANETTO)

Collectible book: some signs of age on the slipcase, very good condition inside the book and the canvas cover.
€113.00 €63.00

PETER COLTRIN: RACING IN COLOR 1954-1959

This volume is an exciting new book for all Ferrari and car racing enthusiasts. Peter Coltrin was a photographer who had the privilege to work with the Prancing Horse company: in the crucial and suggestive years from 1954 to 1959 his pictures recorded for posterity the cars and the drivers of the Maranello firm. This book, enriched with stunning pictures still unpublished, transmits the reader instantly the energy and the action of the Ferrari racing team in the years when it was battling on two fronts: Formula 1 and Sport-prototype Championship. Special cloth-bound edition of 1500 Arab-numbered copies.
€90.00

WROOOM 20th. F1 & MotoGP Press Ski meeting a Madonna di Campiglio

Those who think the Formula 1 World Championship begins with the first race are wrong. Since 1991, the first meeting with the ‘circus’ is the one that is celebrated each year on the snowy ski slopes of Madonna di Campiglio for the now traditional VROOOM. This extraordinary event, which started as a sort of joke and almost by accident, today gathers journalists from all over the world, managers but especially the Scuderia Ferrari and Ducati MotoGP the drivers and riders with their respective wives and companions. To tell the story of these rather special ‘white weeks’, during which just about everything happens, is the expert eye of Ercole Colombo, one of the most celebrated Formula 1 photographers, as well as some of the most prestigious motor sport journalists. Vrooom is the chance to get to know the stars of Formula 1 and MotoGP from close-up but far away from the circuits, almost as private people.
€35.00 €12.90

WROOOM 2011: MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO – TRENTINO

Now in its 21st year, Wrooom is an inescapable date with which the Ferrari team and, for a number of years, Ducati, were the ones to open the racing year. Before becoming involved with strategies, asphalt, technicians, team personnel and drivers, they challenged the snow and ice in the unequalled scenario of Madonna di Campiglio. In 2010, Vroom also became a summer rendezvous, so this new book is about both events.
The indisputable stars of this year were Fernando Alonso and Valentino Rossi who, in a lively verbal sparring match and talking of their experiences at Wrooom, re-live their respective seasons. And all packed with spectacular pictures by that maestro of the lens, Ercole Colombo.
€35.00 €9.90

EDELBROCK MADE IN USA

The book is the story of the company’s growth from a simple shop at the rear of a gas station to an American institution. It is at the heart of the history of the earliest drag racers and land speed racers, it is woven into the early days of NASCAR, and it flourishes today in the cars owned by enthusiasts and ordinary drivers across America who boast Edelbrock equipment. It is the story of a company whose influence not only helped shape automotive performance, but also led the automotive aftermarket industry in addressing and conforming to the clean air and safety regulations that have emerged over the past 35 years. And it is the story of an iconic family business that has preserved its values and its spirit of independence, creativity, philanthropy, and fun over three generations.
€40.00

LE MANS INSTANTS - PIERRE VALLET

Photographic celebration of the great Le Mans race by the camera of Pierre Vallet. The exclusive black & white photos show details of drivers, circuits, cars, fans and much more with a nostalgic point of view. Jacky Ickx is one of the author that comments on the pictures.
€36.00 €25.00

MILLE MIGLIA A JOURNEY IN PHOTOGRAPHY

Giacomo Bretzel presents the Mille Miglia 2003 and 2004. This series of images is the fruit of 1.600 km, strapped in the back of an estate car, eye glued to the viewfinder to best capture the sensation of movement and speed. In these breathtaking vews, both space and time are traversed by magical moving machines; rays of light or phantom shadows on the photographer’s film.
€40.00

FERRARI GRAND PRIX MOMENTS: FORMULA ONE PHOTOGRAPHS 1954-1966

In 1953 Jesse Alexander left America for Europe with his young family to pursue his dream of becoming a motor racing photographer. In the next few years he became especially close to Ferrari, developing friendships with some of the team’s most illustrious drivers, particularly fellow Americans such as Dan Gurney, Richie Ginther, and Phil Hill, who won the World Championship driving for Ferrari in 1961. The photos assembled here vividly depict an era of great change and growing challenges to Ferrari in Formula 1. After scoring two championships in 1952 and 1953, Ferrari faced formidable competition from Mercedes-Benz in 1954, followed by a host of new British teams in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
€81.00 €49.90

MY LIFETIME IN MOTORSPORT S C H SAMMY DAVIS

S C H Davis, known to friends and fans as Sammy, is one of the most popular and enduring figures in the history of British motorsport, universally remembered for his heroic, glorious victory for Bentley at Le Mans in 1927 in a car that most would have considered hopelessly damaged.Born in the 1880s, he experienced and was involved in the earliest days of motoring and motorcycling before going off to the First World War in 1914. Though injured, he survived the War and in 1919 joined the staff of The Autocar. Under the pen name "Casque" he was to be the magazine’s Sports Editor until 1950.He drove Alfa Romeo, Alvis, Aston Martin, Austin, Lea Francis and many other cars at Brooklands and all the motor racing venues of the day. This activity, along with journalism, continued into the 1950s, when he also entered a number of major international rallies. Racing driver, journalist, artist and raconteur, he was one of the founders of the Veteran Car Club and - rare for an Englishman - was awarded Citizenship of Le Mans. This is his last autobiography, crowning the two volumes of his experiences that were published in 1932 and 1949. It was drafted in the 1960s, when he was in his 80s, but was never published. Now pieced together and edited, it tells the story of his whole life, from childhood to old age, with reminiscences of family, marriage, friends, colleagues and fellow racing drivers as well as stories from his long and illustrious driving career. His son Colin has contributed a brief memoir of his father.More than 140 photographs, many never previously published, shed further light on this unique personality.
€42.00 €21.00

PORTRAITS

Alexander captures the essence of his subjects in shots taken during the heat of action on the track, after the race on the podium, or in the pits. An intent, oil-covered Stirling Moss is seen taking his Mercedes through Spa’s La Source corner in 1955. Jack Brabham and Dan Gurney both appear in striking profile as they wait in their cars on the grid. Away from the track, an animated John Surtees is caught in mid-sentence as Enzo Ferrari glowers in the background. Other great personalities represented include Mario Andretti, Graham Hill, Phil Hill, Bruce McLaren, Peter Revson, and Carroll Shelby.
€74.00

THREE POINTS OF CONTACT: THE DRIVERS OF THE RACE OF CHAMPIONS

The annual Race of Champions brings together Racers from Formula One, the World Rally Championship, NASCAR, Champ Car, Motocross, and other disciplines compete in identical cars in a series of events. Renowned photographer Jeff Zwart, himself an accomplished racer, photographed the competitors from 2006 and 2007. The book’s title refers to Zwart’s dramatic portraiture concept. He photographed each racer’s eyes, hands, and feet-the three contact points a driver uses to control his vehicle. Featured here are Michael Schumacher, Sebastien Loeb, Jimmie Johnson, Tom Kristensen, and Jenson Button, among others. Commentary from each racer accompanies each photo essay.
€145.00

OUT OF THE SHADOWS: BEHIND THE SCENES OF 1960S’ MOTOR RACING

Following a trip to the Monaco Grand Prix in 1967 a chance meeting with the Advertising Manager of Agfa Gevaert gave photographer Roger Lane a unique assignment: to capture the colour and atmosphere of international motor racing, concentrating on the cars, drivers, action and behind the scenes activity. Un-restricted by the demands and deadlines of photo-journalism, Roger’s photographs capture a unique and candid view of a sport on the brink of massive and enduring change. Whether trackside or in the paddock, be it Silverstone or Monte Carlo, Roger and his camera were there to record in intimate detail not only the thrills, excitements and disappointments of perhaps the most glamorous sport in the world, but also the scenes the public never saw – the hard work, grease and grime and intense preparation that made it all possible. Danger was ever-present and Roger makes comparison with the clinical conditions of today’s highly computerised and sophisticated, yet much safer sport.
€37.00

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