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AUTOMOBILSPORT N.24: Special FORMULA 1 SEASON 1970

Number 24 of this quarterly magazine about historic motor cars with a special of 50 pages on the Formula 1 1970 Season and other interesting articles....
Manufacturer: Sportfahrer Verlag
€17.00
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Number 24 of this quarterly magazine about historic motor cars with a special of 50 pages on the Formula 1 1970 Season and other interesting articles, including: 

- The 1970 season in numbers

- A dramatic new beginning

– Entering the third decade of Formula 1 Full of surprises

– The first phase The summer of Jochen Rindt

– The second phase The reluctant chase

– The third phase Lotus 72

– The most successful Formula 1 car of the 1970s ‘I could talk to the car, and the car talked to me’

– Interview with Emerson Fittipaldi, ecc.

Products specifications
Publishing Date 2020
Text English
Binding Softbound
Pages 144
Photos hundreds COL & B/W
Size cm. 21x30
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