At the dawn of the 60s appeared on the scene of the sports car Lucky Casner, an American with a somewhat controversial temperament, a personality with a thousand faces, a seducer who had dazzled the world of motorsport with an ambitious project, that of the first racing team Camoradi created thanks to sponsorship.
A very useful guide for buying, restoring and owning of all GTI models produced from 1976 to 1991: Golf series I GTI and 16S Oettinger, Golf Cabriolet GLI, Golf series II 8S and 16S, Golf Rallye and G60.
With the World Championship for Makes reserved for cars in the Grand Touring category and the insistence of their French importer, Aston Martin’s return to racing in 1962 was self evident. The mission entrusted to the marvellous Project 212-214-215 cars was to try and follow in the footsteps of the DBR1, victorious in the 1959 Le Mans 24 Hours.
While the Project Aston Martins did not achieve their ultimate goal, their claim to fame was to have beaten the Ferrari 250 GTOs on home turf at Monza.
A complete table of wins with all results of each race of the Grand Prix drivers of formula 1 from 1950 to 2001. The first volume covers all drivers in alphabetical order from A (as Abate Carlo) up to F (as Fuschida Hiroshi). A real exhaustive and definitive work.
A complete table of wins with all results of each race of the Grand Prix drivers of formula 1 from 1950 to 2001. The first volume covers all drivers in alphabetical order from P (as PACE Carlos) up to Z (as ZUNINO Ricardo). A real exhaustive and definitive work.
This volume tells the fascinating story of a little French marque, the DB, protagonist of the rebirth of the French motorsport after the Second World War. These single-seater raced in the most important competitions of that period: from the Mille Miglia Race up to the Le Mans 24 Hour. Beautiful archival pictures complete this very interesting book.
The little single-seater called “pygmy”, have been constructed for the first time thanks to Marius and Patrick Dal Bo during the 50s and their success lasted for over 20 years. In this volume these little sportscars, that largely contributed to enrich the history of the French motorsport, are described through many archival photos and technical tables of the Formula 2 and 3 models of the 60s and 70s.