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The publication of a book by Giorgio Piola that analyses the previous Formula One season and unveils the secrets of its cars is, by now, a tradition: ...
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The publication of a book by Giorgio Piola that analyses the previous Formula One season and unveils the secrets of its cars is, by now, a tradition: 2003 is no exception. From the Ferrari F-2003 GA, which, driven by Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello, reconfirmed Maranello as world champions again, to the ever more competitive Williams-BMW – including the FW-18, which will remain a one-off prototype – and McLaren-Mercedes, to Toyota and Minardi. Illustrations – even clearer and more detailed - show the cars and their respective components: underbodies, wings, engines, steering ‘wheels’, they are all examined with unfailing accuracy. In this book, Giorgio Piola has also included an extensive section on the different teams that are gearing up to compete for the 2004 Formula One World Championship, renewing the challenge to Ferrari and its six-times world champion, Michael Schumacher.


Products specifications
Binding Softbound
Pages 116
Size cm. 24x27
Colour Pictures 350 illustrazioni
B/W Pictures 13 illustrazioni
Publishing Date 2004
Text Italian
Author Piola Giorgio
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