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50 JAHRE FORMEL 1 DIE SIEGER

The complete portraits of over 140 winners in fifty years of formula 1, presented in an alphabethical order from Michele Alboreto and Jean Alesi to Jean-Pierre Wimille.
€45.96 €14.90

EMILIO MATERASSI: UN CAMPIONE DIMENTICATO

Finally, a book dedicated to a great champion, driver of Itala, Bugatti, Talbot cars through a large amount of information taken from the original sources of the time. Included the chronological description of all the races where the driver has taken part up to the tragic accident at Monza in 1928.
€22.00

JAMES HUNT: CONTRO OGNI PREVISIONE

This book is about the 1976 season, when James got his World Championship. A very good piece of Formula 1 history.
€20.00

FARINA IL PRIMO IRIDATO

Son of Turin body stylist Giovanni Farina, who was the brother of the celebrated “Pinin”, Giuseppe Farina – alias Nino – (1906-1966) is one of the Italian great racing drivers of the past. His fast driving and elegant but still aggressive style came to light in the Thirties with Alfa Romeo at national and international levels and earned him the esteem of Tazio Nuvolari, who considered him his best “student”. After the long years of the Second World War, Farina returned to motor racing and won at the wheel of Alfa Romeos, Maseratis and Ferraris. Among his many successes, winning the first Formula One World Championship for drivers in 1950 driving an Alfa stands out. This book is the ninth in the “Racing Lives” series and is illustrated with spectacular, rare and unique pictures, the result of research carried out throughout the world.
€39.80 €19.90

ASCARI UN MITO ITALIANO

May 2005 marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Alberto Ascari and July the 80th year since his father, Antonio, lost his life in a fatal accident. Alberto was the last Italian driver to win the Formula One World Championship, which he did in 1952 and repeated the feat a year later, driving Ferraris. A tragic yet banal accident at Monza on 26 May 1955 brought Alberto Ascari’s life and career to an abrupt halt, during which he had first raced motorcycles and then cars for Maserati, Ferrari and, finally, Lancia. His father Antonio was a motor racing ace and a star of the 1924 and 1925 seasons at the wheel of the Alfa Romeo P2, in which he died at Montlhéry during the Grand Prix of France Cesare De Agostini, who had already written a biography on the two Ascaris back in 1968, has reconstructed their dramatic story with the help of new and much deeper research and gives us another, particularly absorbing portrait of the two personalities. Illustration research, which produced over 200 pictures and documents, is by Gianni Cancellieri, as is the meticulously assembled list of the two champions’ racing results. Cancellieri has also compiled a similar list of the motor racing results for the book recorded by Alberto’s son and Antonio’s grandson, Tonino. He competed in a number of minor races in the Sixties with some creditable placings, before retiring from the sport in which his father and grandfather were such stars.
€39.80 €19.90

BANDIERA A SCACCHI

Memories of a great driver from the golden age of motoring, Piero Taruffi. With foreword by Enzo Ferrari.
€80.00 €59.00

400 CAVALLI NELLA SCHIENA: LA STORIA ILLUSTRATA DEI PILOTI DI FORMULA 1

The illustrated profiles of 17 big drivers.
€70.00 €39.00

AYRTON SENNA: ALL HIS RACES

This Definitive record of Ayrton Senna’s racing life provides detailed coverage of every single race in which he completed, including Karting, Formula Ford, Formula 3 and Formula 1, in addition to one-off appearances and tests in other categories, such as the World Sports Car Championship and Indy Car.The engaging text features insightful new material drawn from interviews with many Senna’s rivals and colleagues and is accompanied by a rich array of high-quality period photographs. This lavish book provides a fitting tribute to a Formula 1 legend whose legacy today extends far beyond the world of motor racing.
€60.00 €35.00

EMERSON FITTIPALDI HEART OF A RACER

Emerson Fittipaldi, in 1972 crowned the youngest-ever F1 World Champion at the age of 25, won the title again two years later to prove that he was one of the most outstanding talents of his generation. He and his brother Wilson realised their dream of creating the first Brazilian Grand Prix car. After a brief retirement, the bold Brazilian forged a second magnificent career in IndyCar racing, in which he scored wins in ten consecutive seasons. In this latest addition to his well-received driver biography series, Karl Ludvigsen tells the whole enthralling story.
€50.00 €19.90

RICORDI DI RONNIE PETERSON

no gb
€20.00

RONNIE PETERSON SUPERSWEDE

The story of Super Swede, of his races, ambitions and his past a man much loved and feared by all other competitors drivers.
€20.00

FORMULA 1 '96 DIETRO LE QUINTE

The complete report of the 1996 Formula 1 World Championship with spectacular photographs.
€35.00

F. 1 ’98: LA PRIMA VOLTA DI HAKKINEN... E LA SFIDA CONTINUA

The complete report of the 1998 Formula 1 World Championship with spectacular photographs.
€33.57 €19.90

FERRARI F310 1996

Collectible book: some signs of age on the cover, good inside.
€14.00

FOR PRACTICE ONLY

Collectible book: many signs of age on the dust jacket (some small cuts), but good inside and the cover.
€83.00

49e GRAND PRIX AUTOMOBILE DE MONACO 1991: PROGRAMME OFFICIEL

Back in stock and reduced! Condition: good.
€25.00 €20.00

51e GRAND PRIX AUTOMOBILE DE MONACO 1993: PROGRAMME OFFICIEL

Back in stock and reduced! Condition: good.
€25.00 €20.00

50e GRAND PRIX AUTOMOBILE DE MONACO 1992: PROGRAMME OFFICIEL

Back in stock and reduced! Condition: good.
€25.00 €20.00

48e GRAND PRIX AUTOMOBILE DE MONACO 1990: PROGRAMME OFFICIEL

Back in stock and reduced! Condition: good.
€25.00 €20.00

1990 FOSTER'S AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX ADELAIDE 1-4 NOVEMBER 1990 OFFICIAL PROGRAM

Back in stock and reduced! Condition: good.
€29.00 €20.00

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